Data Breaches, Compromised Credentials, and Ransomware are Among CIOs and CTOs Top Concerns

POSTED BY: IAN CHANT / 24 March 2017

New IEEE Cybersecurity Vulnerability Navigator highlights these and other threats

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The IEEE Internet of Things Journal Started With a Conversation About Bread

POSTED BY: JOHN VIG / 23 March 2017
A group of friends came up with an idea for a successful product over dinner

Rocket Man Gregory Olsen Kicks Off IEEE Global Leaders Series

POSTED BY: KATHY PRETZ / 21 March 2017
The space tourist helps the IEEE Foundation raise awareness of its philanthropic projects

Problems Ahead for Engineering in the United Kingdom Eight Months After Brexit

POSTED BY: RON SCHNEIDERMAN / 17 March 2017
Talent shortage and research funding are among the top issues

Three Common Pitfalls of Entrepreneurship and How to Avoid Them

POSTED BY: DEVON RYAN / 17 March 2017
What I learned from starting my own business

How Changes to U.S. Immigration Policy and H-1B Visas Could Impact Engineering Education

POSTED BY: PRACHI PATEL / 16 March 2017
Two engineering school deans reflect on the consequences new policies might have on enrollment and classroom diversity

Mobile World Congress Features Rescue Drones, Self-Driving Race Cars, and Mixed Reality

POSTED BY: KEVIN CURRAN / 15 March 2017
IEEE senior member gives his top picks of new products from the showroom floor

Startups in India Are Now Getting Support from High-Tech Companies and Venture Capital Firms

POSTED BY: RON SCNEIDERMAN / 13 March 2017
Bosch, IBM, and Infosys are providing funding and mentorship opportunities

Three Life-Changing Technologies at the 2017 Assistive Technology Conference

POSTED BY: AMANDA DAVIS / 10 March 2017
The event featured a variety of gadgets designed for people with disabilities

Three ‘New Collar Jobs’ in the Age of Automation

POSTED BY: MONICA ROZENFELD / 10 March 2017
IBM CEO coins the phrase for well-paying positions in emerging tech fields that don’t require a bachelor’s degree