VoIP.Review Team


In the dynamic landscape of tech and geopolitics, Chief Information Officers (CIOs) face crucial challenges. In 2024, CIOs can embrace Generative AI, integrating it ethically to enhance customer experiences. Holistic Diversity and sustainable practices, such as adopting green IT, become imperative. Aligning processes for scalable growth through composability and bridging vision with execution underscore the transformative role of CIOs in fostering innovation, diversity, and eco-friendly solutions.

Lina Zaboras, CEO at DIDWW, discusses the principles of progressive management. She emphasizes that successful leadership is driven by understanding motivation, setting clear goals, and fostering open communication. Great leaders are open to learning, exhibit emotional intelligence, and embrace innovation, adapting to the ever-changing business landscape.

Rising Ransomware Costs Versus Cybersecurity Countermeasures Industry reports indicate that hackers are thriving despite advancements in cyber defense. The median cost of ransomware attacks has doubled to $26,000 over the past two years, with 95% of incidents resulting in financial loss ranging from $1 to $2.25 million. Social engineering and phishing remain highly effective tactics due to the human element. Senior leadership is increasingly becoming a cybersecurity threat. Governments and law enforcement agencies are taking more decisive actions against high-profile attacks, but these measures mainly deter hackers from targeting less coordinated markets. IoT devices used in DDoS attacks have risen to 1 million, accounting for 40% of global DDoS traffic, necessitating stronger network security and awareness. Despite improved measures, hackers are expected to continue succeeding. Read the full article Viasat Selected for AFRL’s ARBALEST Program: Enhancing Tactical Space Connectivity Viasat Inc., a global communications company, has been chosen by the…