The IEC advocates a holistic approach to building cyber resilience, combining best practices with testing and certification. A holistic approach incorporates people, processes and technology: the three axes of cyber security.
Flowers, chocolate and cards are among the most common gifts given on Valentine’s Day. For the more munificent, gifts can also include jewellery or dinner at the restaurant. And while these gifts adhere to a certain tradition, could they not be updated by near-replicate technologies?
World radio day is an opportunity to look at how advances in audio engineering are still shaping our lives. A revolutionary new technology called object-based audio could help people with disabilities as well as each one of us become more engaged with various media platforms.
The way we live and work continues to change with the development of innovative technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things. Business operations are increasingly complex as more data-rich systems are adopted, in order to enhance products and services.
Many governments around the world, both national and local, are grappling with creating or updating their ICT policies to cope with the new world of cloud computing. Governments and enterprises are also looking at their own procurement policies when it comes to cloud computing.
IEC and ISO share the same commitment to our Joint Technical Committee (JTC) 1 on information technologies. We understand the strategic importance of JTC 1 Standards in these times of digital transformation. With the convergence of information and operational technologies which impact