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Cyber Surveillance: An Infringement of Fundamental Human Rights

The quintessential norm in the digitalized era is this: a user is either scrolling through social media feeds, reading an

Analysis

The G20 Digital Ministers Declaration: A Roadmap for Connected and Secure World

The Group of Twenty (G20) is the premier forum for global economic cooperation. It brings together major economies to develop

Analysis

Digitalisation and Cyber Violence

The rapid misuse of the Internet, social media, and smartphones have made cyber violence a worldwide problem. Undoubtedly it has

Feature

Startup challenges and how true/relevant are these startup challenges in the context of Bangladesh

Start-ups these days grow so rapidly that it’s difficult for them to correct course once they recognize missteps, which is

Opinion

The internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow

On the 8th of August 2013, these words came out of Bill Gates, a major player in the tech industry

Analysis

National Cyber Strategies – Critical Infrastructure Protection

Cyberspaces elicit long debates among academics and diplomatic communities. One of the major concerns is to find common ground to

Analysis

The Importance of Cyber Threat Intelligence

Gartner defines intelligence as, “evidence-based knowledge, including context, mechanisms, indicators, implications and action-oriented advice about an existing or emerging menace

Opinion

Information Revolution and Social Media Cyber-War: An Analysis

Information Technology (IT) has completely transformed the means of communication in today’s world. The digital technology related to information revolution

Feature

The Growing Need For Encryption in The Digital Age

The digital era is based on an endless supply of data. The most successful companies of the past twenty years

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Gender Gap in Cybersecurity is a Concern

Women are highly underrepresented in the field of cybersecurity. In 2017, women’s share in the U.S. cybersecurity field was 14%, compared