Organizations can spend a lot of money on cybersecurity, where the people, processes and tools all need to work together. Cyber threats are constantly changing, which means toolsets are changing as well, and cyber professionals need constant training. They also need ample time to participate in cyber communities where information about ever-more sophisticated threats is shared. More...

Open Innovation 2.0 (OI2.0) is a new paradigm where government, industry, academia and citizens work together to co-create the future and drive structural changes far beyond the scope of what any one organization or person could do alone. It is about sharing ideas, results and intellectual creativity to maximize economic and social impact. More...

Graphical displays of data have been with us since the 1700s, according to visualization guru Edward Tufte. People are visual creatures, so if we want to really understand a set of data, it’s of great value to be able to see points of comparison, say in a timeline, graph or diagram. This is even more critical as the volume of data gets bigger and the nature of the data becomes more varied. More...

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