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In July alone, hackers took over the twitter accounts of US politicians, stole terrabytes of coronavirus research and even infiltrated the UK’s Premier League soccer clubs. Can they cut off your electricity, too?
As the world races to find a vaccine and a treatment for Covid-19, there is seemingly no antidote in sight for the burgeoning outbreak of coronavirus conspiracy theories, hoaxes, anti-mask myths and sham cures.
The fast-growing wealth of four technology magnates provides a breathtaking measure of their companies’ economic might.
India found cybersecurity lapses at National Payments Corp in 2019, according to government document
A government audit of India's flagship payments processor last year found more than 40 security vulnerabilities including several it called "critical" and "high" risk, according to an internal government document seen by Reuters.
The proposed deal follows Tencent plan to invest around US$70bil over the next five years in new digital infrastructure. Tencent, which runs the world’s largest video games business and China’s biggest social media platform, has moved to raise fresh capital up to US$20bil.
WeChat’s new short video feature, Channels, is still in beta-mode but has already attracted 200 million users, according to WeChat head Allen Zhang. The market is currently dominated by Douyin and Kuaishou, both of which have been around for years.
The biggest US technology companies have gone on a buying spree this year, waving off intense scrutiny from competition watchdogs and critics who say they’ve bolstered their power by snatching up nascent rivals.
Managing complex digital workflows will be critical to providing employees the services and experiences needed to do their jobs seamlessly and efficiently in the next normal.
US officials and scientists have begun laying the groundwork for a more secure “virtually unhackable” Internet based on quantum computing technology.
Overstretched health services and social-distancing measures to combat coronavirus are giving a boost to telemedicine across Asia, a phenomenon likely to continue even after the pandemic has been controlled.