The new data center in Petah Tikva is expected to commence commercial operations during 2021. It will include dedicated hosting domains tailor-made for the specific requirements of the customer, and will offer capabilities for recovery from a failure or total breakdown and total business continuity for key organizational business procedures.
Czech defense firms won a contract to deliver the armored personnel carriers between 2021 and 2022. The Pandur II is said to have met the Indonesian military's criteria for combat-proven vehicles with high ballistic and mine resistance, floating capability, and good cross-country mobility in difficult terrain.
The newly-developed technology is based on radar that checks the patient from a safe distance and transmits the data to the doctor’s computer. It is said to determine the heartbeat, respiration rate and body temperature of patients within a few seconds.
Those in charge of cybersecurity are tasked with protecting the company from existing cyberthreats and preparing for new ones already. Companies that will align their cybersecurity to the changing business world will be more protected during the crisis and will have a significant operational and security advantages in the time after the crisis.
The platform is to provide national organizations with secure, reliable and timely data on the coronavirus epidemic in a way that protects citizen privacy. Technology partners including Google, Palantir and Microsoft will be subject to strict rules for information governance.
UK Finance said criminals are increasingly using text messages to impersonate trusted bodies in an attempt to gain access to personal data or funds. It urged consumers to remain vigilant and avoid clicking on links in any unsolicited text messages.
American federal, state and local governments are said to have started collecting and scrutinizing data from the mobile advertising industry in an effort to enforce social distancing. The reported steps come as the country struggles to contain the spread of COVID-19.
A database containing the personal information of the entire country of Georgia was posted on a hacker forum. The source of the data was not clear. The Eurasian country's Central Election Commission claimed its database was not the one that was compromised.
Security vulnerabilities of the Zoom video conferencing platform used by millions of people worldwide has sparked concern in both the public and private sectors. The company says it takes its users' privacy, trust and security very seriously and is working to ensure that users can stay operational and connected amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The company said it hopes the machine learning platform will empower thousands of people to analyze COVID-19 data and help win the war against the virus. DMway plans to train up to 100 people at a time via video link from its headquarters.