Millions of people around the world are working from home, many of them for the first time, as more and more countries go into lockdown over COVID-19. But as remote working increases, so too does the security risk to sensitive data, systems and networks.
One of the bread and butter objectives of IEC standardization is helping the electrotechnical industries to deal with electro magnetic (EM) interference and to build electro magnetic compatibility (EMC) into various electrical and electronic (EE) devices. One of the key IEC Technical
The International Commission on Non‐Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) says there is no scientific evidence that 5G radiation poses a threat to human health. The finding comes in the ICNIRP’s updated guidelines for protection against harmful effects of radiofrequency fields
Advances in technology, such as artificial intelligence, could help to provide solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic. Using AI tools such as machine learning and data analytics, researchers can help to track outbreaks, detect illness and eventually secure a treatment.
The circular economy calls for a paradigm shift in production and consumption across society. Continual cycles recover and restore products, components and materials through strategies such as reuse, repair, remanufacture and, ultimately, recycling.
One of the longest serving expert groups in the joint technical committee set up by IEC and ISO develops standards for software products and systems. The experts in JTC 1/SC 7 produce generic standards that are technology agnostic and independent of the application domain.