Smart cities had been booming before the pandemic, but it COVID-19 has nevertheless served as a catalyst, shifting priorities in the sector.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has many use cases, including cybersecurity. However, securing AI systems themselves has to be a priority.
Professor Daniel Mittleman explains how researchers will have to take new approaches to secure Terahertz frequencies in communications
Two out of three organisations plan to deploy AI for cybersecurity this year according to Capgemini. There are undeniable concerns, though.
When data breaches are increasingly common, destructive and costly, 'trustworthy' communications and cloud are becoming more significant. Is "secure 5G" start-up Exium feeding on hype or offering something new?
What can be done to secure the networks and systems that citizens, companies, and states rely on now and in the future? Here are three of the most interesting recent pieces of thought leadership.
A consortium of European companies and organisations comment on the proposed EU Data Governance Act, outlining recommendations to improve a governance framework that will provide true control over personal, business and public data.
6G is expected to arrive at some time around 2030. What will the world look like then? What will we actually need 6G to do in the context into which it’s born? Especially after 2020’s disruptions, 6GWorld™ pulled together a variety of predictions on five key topics to give you some insights on what’s to come.