04 May 2021
Current research into post-quantum cryptography will enable conventional computers to withstand future attacks by powerful quantum computers, and lead to the development of cutting-edge security solutions that will guarantee the security of critical data and keep citizens and nations safe.
29 April 2021
Immersed as we are in the third decade of the 21st century, certain technologies are becoming indispensable for the comfort and quality of life of the everyday citizen. Among all of them, the wearable (small, portable devices that we carry with us and that have different applications), whose take off began in 2014, and those related to contactless payment, which has accelerated significantly with the arrival of the pandemic and the consequent social distance, stand out.
26 April 2021
It has been 100 years since Albert Einstein unveiled his general theory of relativity. We all know E=MC2, but how have his discoveries affected our everyday lives?
22 April 2021
Many Industrial IoT devices are designed to run unattended for years. But not if the devices’ batteries are flat. IoT energy consumption matters. In this exclusive interview, specialist Qoitech explains how to create a ‘low power mindset’
09 April 2021
With the IoT accelerating the pace at which our lives and businesses become dependent on digital infrastructure, we examine the growing threat from cybercrime.
08 April 2021
Blockchain technology is a digital record that allows you to store and exchange data in a secure and unforgeable way. This registry is decentralised, there is no central pilot or control system, and it is distributed, shared by all users.
18 March 2021
Aline Gouget, Thales' Director and Senior Advanced Cryptography expert, shares her insights on post-quantum security
01 March 2021
Behind the Covid-19 pandemic lurks another affliction, less deadly but just as insidious: the spread of “ransomware” attacks, which have hit hospitals in several countries since the health crisis began.
26 February 2021
UNECE WP29 Automotive Cybersecurity Regulation explained