A team of @Unisys_Security experts – headed by our Chief Trust Officer Tom Patterson – was lucky enough to support the recent launch of The NewStatesman’s latest cyber security report: The NewStatesman Spotlight™ on Cyber Security – Disrupting Diplomacy.
Cyber security is rapidly becoming one of the most pressing issues in the world
of aviation. Much of the infrastructure for the industry has transitioned online
and into the cloud, making it an easy target for hackers and opportunists, as
many high-profile (and rather terrifying) recent examples have shown.
In 2003 Mark Zuckerberg got into his university’s private data network. Doing so was effectively against the rules. As was using the images and information he found to create a website that, in time, would become one of the world’s largest companies.
After officially announcing our partnership with LogRhythm in July, things are moving from strength to strength. Since the decision to standardise on LogRhythm we have signed our first client in Latin America and have a strong pipeline of organisations looking to take advantage of our combined services.
Compared to many other sectors, transport and cargo has what could charitably be called a conservative approach to technology investment. It can certainly be said that the industry is several steps behind many others in terms of using technology to increase efficiencies and reduce costs.
The pharmaceutical industry is fast evolving. At one end, pharma companies are seeking to reduce R&D costs. On the other, patients are demanding more personalised care. And on top of that, regulators are becoming increasingly stringent with their compliance requirements.
Technological innovations have transformed people's expectations of the customer experience. With just a few taps on the Uber mobile app, consumers can have a taxi collect them from wherever they are, watch it on the app head towards them and pay without needing cash.