Understanding the risk potential is important, as is knowing how to combat it and how to make sure there's a top-down approach for instituting cyber and social media hygiene policies.
The volatility resulting from a single individual's tweets points to a larger problem that should worry everyone, not just investors, concerned with the long-term health and integrity of our markets.
Blockchain holds the solution to many of the problems that make accounting a dreaded and mystifying science.
Because blockchain transactions are anonymous and processed by a distributed network of many computers, users no longer need to cede control of their data to a central authority.
Decentralization promises to open up almost unlimited new possibilities for the way people access and use financial systems.
Crossing "red lines," such as engaging in fraud, is not permissible and can (and does), attract swift enforcement actions.
COVID-19 has shone a spotlight on pervasive inequities.
Using technology to digitally connect buyers and sellers can make supplier finance simple and readily available by overcoming many of the challenges that traditional supplier finance has today.
One key question taxpayers should ask is if they can collectively rein in such mergers which can harm national security and waste billions of dollars.
Network segmentation is a technique long used at the enterprise level that can also be applied to the home in a way that's affordable and fairly easy.
It’s clear both European businesses and Europe’s political classes see Uganda as important.
Sub-Saharan Africa is home to over 1 billion people. Yet according to a report published by the World Bank last year, the percentage of people enrolled in tertiary education is just 9.4%, compared to a global average of 38%.
The blockchain is a more efficient and secure way of accounting.
Over the course of the past two decade s, a series of seismic shifts in the political, cultural and media landscapes have made it necessary for leading companies and high net worth individuals to radically reconsider their approach to managing their own reputations.
Every piece of information is a potential intelligence source, but it's not just coming from the content you share.
By knowing what to watch out for and making sure you're following security best practices, you can keep yourself – and your funds – safe
For organizations of all sizes and across all industries, the cybersecurity skills gap continues to pose challenges – and the pandemic's effect on the economy is compounding the skills gap.
Buses and trains, normally filled to capacity, became shadows of themselves during the pandemic.
While multinational e-commerce brands and streaming giants have been able to adapt to the challenges of the pandemic, many smaller, local businesses lack the digital infrastructure to be as flexible.
If event sales companies such as Ticketmaster can use AI to thwart bots trying to buy Rolling Stones tickets, why can't AI defend the next vaccine shipments and appointments too?
While Trump is out of the White House and even out of sight on social media, Trumpism is still alive and well as evident in the GOP members of Congress who remain loyal to him.
The constant battle to keep ahead of the mutations has exposed a major gap in the global system to combat the virus.
We seem to recognize, on some level, that our well-being as a society relies on leaders who are not just dynamic, forceful and charismatic but who also embody moral virtues.
A quarter of nonprofits do not have a strategic plan in place that unifies the board, staff and donors around key decisions.
Boosting trial diversity will tangibly improve the health of minority Americans.
The best days for American researchers may be ahead of us.
You can follow these cyber hygiene security practices to make sure you don't get scammed and that your hard-earned money is going to the right place.
To beat COVID-19 and to prevent new pandemics, the world needs a boots-on-the-ground strategy of detection and prevention in all the regions of the globe, including the poor as well as the rich.
The U.S. has shown that it can be a leader in the AV space, but Biden's relationship with China will be critical to ensure that the country remains at the head of the pack.
The Most Favored Nation rule would require U.S. drug manufacturers to price certain Medicare drugs no higher than the lowest price in other rich countries, where the government acts as a monopsonist or single buyer and effectively sets prices.