0 comments on “CES 2019: Key Takeaways”

CES 2019: Key Takeaways

neXt Curve attended the largest consumer electronics trade show on the planet with over 180,000 in attendance to identify the deeper technology and market trends that are driving the rapid evolution of our digital lives and are expressed in the new digitally-enabled consumer applications from smart home, 3D sound to emotionally-aware robots.

0 comments on “World Internet Conference 2018: Key Takeaways”

World Internet Conference 2018: Key Takeaways

neXt Curve attended the World Internet Conference 2018 in Wuzhen, China's premier conference on the digital economy and policy, which took place from the 6th to the 9th of November. This year's conference was sparsely attended by U.S. tech giants such as Apple and Google, but their absence didn't put a damper on the global scope of the event and its continued promotion of the Digital Silk Road.

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Mobile World Congress Americas 2018: Key Takeaways

neXt Curve attended the North American version of Mobile World Congress held in Los Angeles, California. This year, CTIA partnered with GSMA in hosting an event focused on the coming-together of the media and telecommunications industries into an important megatrend that promises to make MWCA (now Mobile World Congress Los Angeles) a special event among the Mobile World Congresses held around the world.

0 comments on “Industry Insight: What Facebook Got Wrong About Privacy And What You Should Learn From Their Mistake”

Industry Insight: What Facebook Got Wrong About Privacy And What You Should Learn From Their Mistake

While GDPR raises global concerns about enterprise use of consumer personal data, the media and consumers continue to confuse privacy with security and vice versa.  Can consumers effectively advocate for and protect their digital privacy when privacy and security are so easily and readily confused?

7 comments on “Contextually-Aware Mobile Security as a Service: The Key to IoT Security and GDPR Compliance & Readiness with Blockchain”

Contextually-Aware Mobile Security as a Service: The Key to IoT Security and GDPR Compliance & Readiness with Blockchain

Mobile carriers with Managed Security Service Providers have the opportunity to address and solve some of the challenging cybersecurity issues threatening consumers and businesses alike, such as hardware-level vulnerabilities, encryption hacks, and inter-application data breaches, that are increasing the risk to privacy protection in the world of GDPR.

0 comments on “Meltdown & Spectre – Part 3: Tackling The Great Digital Risk of Our Time”

Meltdown & Spectre – Part 3: Tackling The Great Digital Risk of Our Time

Meltdown and Spectre represent a new class of security threat that endangers our digital world at its core - the processor.  What do enterprises need to do to protect their digital businesses and their customers from Meltdown and Spectre exploits in a Privacy First world with GDPR enforced?

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