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15 October 2021
Most SMEs under digital attack over past year

Source: Bangkok Post Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Thailand are vulnerable to cybersecurity threats, with 65% of them suffering from attacks over the past year, while malware and phishing are the top two threats, says Cisco, a global technology company. “Thai SMEs have increased their pace of digitisation over the past 18 months. The...

15 October 2021
People-centric attitude to data safety

Article by Wichayada Amponkitviwat Source: Bangkok Post Cyber attacks and ransomware have become crimes of modern digital society. Yet, in Thailand what is of new concern is the attack on government database sources — particularly those of state hospitals. In September last year, Saraburi Hospital’s database was hacked and the attackers gained access to information...

5 Tips for an Efficient Day in Your Home Office

[ux_image id=”2240″] [gap] By Iventa The Human Management Group (Austria) Working from home hasn’t been that common in many companies until now, and many employees  aren’t well-versed. Today, more and more people are working from home, for security reasons, job mobility or family matters, and there are many distractions that can interfere with your productivity....

Remote Working – New Opportunities and Approaches for Talent Management

[ux_image id=”2235″ height=”56.25%”] [gap] By Conor Harty, Managing Director at Harty  Virtual  HR  (Ireland) No different to other countries, Ireland is experiencing the effect of the pandemic as an accelerant of the conversation around forms of work.  Two issues have emerged as potential for impact at several levels in the management of staff.  They are...

Signposting Future Skills at Siemens

[ux_image id=”2214″] [gap] Within five years, 30% of current workforce skills will be obsolete. That is the reality facing multinational, market leading technology firm, Siemens – and no doubt other firms across the globe. Following extensive and in-depth work and job analysis carried out by the firm, it realized now was the time to rethink...