It has been just over two months since the ITU’s 2014 19th quad annual plenipotentiary (PP14) meeting concluded in Busan, South Korea. Now that the dust has settled, delegations have recovered from three weeks away from home, and countless debriefs and panels … Read more >
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Wireless display capabilities have grown leaps and bounds in recent months. To take the new cord-cutting technology to the next level, Intel partnered with LG® to release the industry’s first wireless displays supporting full 4K UHD video streaming. This industry-leading … Read more >
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By: David Hoffman, Intel’s Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy Officer Today was an important moment for privacy. President Obama visited the US Federal Trade Commission to speak about the need for privacy and security legislation to allow individuals … Read more >
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by: Dr. Claire Vishik In today’s fast-paced world, ten years is a long time, and nothing changes as fast as the technology landscape. When ENISA was formed in 2004, the importance of cybersecurity was already well understood, but the diversity … Read more >
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