If cybersecurity is not at the top of your corporate agenda, then it should be. This year alone, organizations in both public and private sectors have lost enormous amounts to cybercriminals, whether publicized or hushed. Just this week, news broke that up to 1500 businesses in the US suffered a combination supply chain and ransomware attack.
Quomodo Social sat down with Danjuma Atta, our country manager and all-around IT guru, to give us a historical overview of cybersecurity and address some of the matters arising.
QS: Where would you say we are today in the cybersecurity conversation, especially in the…
With the emergence of COVID-19, 2020 presented unexpected shocks to every system. We are learning to adapt, as the human species has always done, to new behaviors, patterns, and practices. Certain attitudes — for example, digital transformation — have accelerated. On the flip side of things, COVID-19 has created new opportunities (particularly in tech) alongside the great challenge it poses to us. We sat down with Agatha Nzekwe, our Chief Operations Officer, to take stock of 2020 and look ahead to what 2021 holds.
QUOMODO SOCIAL: Hello Agatha. So, what is your summation of 2020 in the general business space?
This interview was originally published on the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
On this day every year, the United Nations and UNESCO partners with institutions and civil society organizations worldwide to celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The day focuses on promoting full and equal access to and participation of women and girls in Science.
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