The past decade has seen a wave of changes in cybersecurity.
The more data on the Internet, the more vulnerable it is, but at the same time it is protected by new and growing security strategies. What exactly has changed in the past 10 years and what can we expect by 2030? More attacks and different forms of them? New social networks rich in user data, which will therefore be a greater target for criminals? likely. The more important question is whether we will be prepared for new threats.
Due to the recent crisis, remote work has been rapidly adopted in many companies around the world. For some, this was a boon as it lowered costs in certain business sectors. In addition, the new form of business has allowed companies to ignore geographic restrictions. By looking for the best workforce, they can now start looking beyond national borders.
With the new way of working, new problems also emerged. Many companies were not ready for the rapid transition to home offices, either at the level of infrastructure, at the cultural level, or at the level of the company’s business policy. Even before the pandemic began, many companies had flawed cybersecurity policies in place. These gaps have been deepened by telecommuting. As a result, these companies become easy targets for online attackers.
The pandemic has accelerated the shift to platforms that operate on a model of mistrust. Good ZTA platforms integrate security features in a way that users have no choice but to operate in a more secure manner. No source in the zero-trust model is trusted by default. The model assumes that future attackers are both inside and outside the network. But how does ZTA work?
What is the difference between LCD, LED, QLED, and OLED displays?
Although everything looks very similar, there are significant differences between them. What is the best display technology and why?
Buying a TV in 2022 is still very stressful. TV manufacturers use many terms like HDR, Ultra HD 4K, HDMI 2.1, Dolby Atmos, and Dolby Vision, making it very difficult for users to decide what they need and what is worth their money. Recently, you will come across two terms that are prevalent in the field of TVs – QLED and OLED. Although the difference is only in one letter, the two techniques they describe are quite different.
If you are also confused by all these TV terms, we will help you understand what all these different terms mean below.
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