Technology is considered as an important driver of future business. As it evolves, it is becoming ever more pervasive and the adoption is growing steadily all over the world. What will happen in the world of technology in 2019?
Facebook disclosed on Friday that hackers stole digital login codes allowing them to assume control over nearly 50 million user …
Huawei’s Mika Lauhde called for increased international cooperation between policy-makers, governments, and private organisations to build an open and collaborative cyberspace capable of fighting new threats.
One in six people check their mail inbox even while watching TV, according to Adobe’s 2018 Consumer Email Survey.
The National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR) has lauded King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa’s ratification and issuance of Law 30/2018 on Protection of Personal Data, the Bahrain News Agency reported.
Microsoft called for government regulation of facial recognition technology and for laws governing its acceptable uses.
Egypt continues to face a growing threat from cyber-attacks with malware detections in Q1 of 2018 reaching 253,995, the second highest figure in the North African region.
The Dubai Health Authority’s (DHA) Health Regulation Department has issued a circular banning all medical facilities in the emirate from filming patients during surgery.
Facebook is set to move more than 1.5 billion users out of reach of a new European privacy law, which would allow regulators to fine companies for data breaches.
A Brazil-based security firm has claimed that its futuristic artificial intelligence and camera technology could make Dubai the world’s safest smart city.