Category: Law

Cybersecurity vs. cyber crimes: the global cost

Cyber technology dominates the world’s economic, commercial, political, social and personal processes. Any compromise of this technology can harm a nation’s security, wealth and social fabric. Recent events have more than proved how breached cybersecurity can affect infrastructure, political outcomes, corporate standing, and personal data globally. As cyber technology evolves and progresses, moving on from […]

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Ethical Hacking and Reverse Strategic Planning: Counting the Stakeholders, Assessing the Stakes

Brick and mortar shops, customers willing to take out spare time from their lives before shelling out any money, business partners and B2B meetings scheduled in person, the buying experience being as significant as the product itself – the world without the internet was marred with inconveniences and pronounced simplicity. The definition of business itself […]

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