Large companies have learned to co-exist with security warnings, attacks and demanding regulations.
Cyberattacks are the order of the day, each time attracting more headlines and generating a real impact on the economy and our lives.
Spain has great opportunities in Latin America in terms of cybersecurity and there are lines of business of Spanish companies already established.
Latin America is the fourth-largest mobile phone market, and half of its population use the Internet.
Experts believe that organisations should learn to live with acceptable levels of digital risk.
May 12th, 2017 marks a milestone in the history of the Internet: the WannaCry cyberattack reaches more than 200,000 targets in more than 150 countries.
Interview with Luís Jiménez. Deputy Director General of the Spanish National Cryptological Centre CCN.
Interview wtth María Victoria Vega. Lawyer.
Whether originating from state or non-state groups, cyberattacks take place at borders and at a distance, making it difficult to attribute them.
For most governments, trust in the digital domain is among the priorities on their political agenda.
Information processing consists of receiving it, processing it and acting in accordance with it. Currently, IT is involved in this function.
The harmonization of legislation and the coordination of public investments would favour the growth of the sector, generating high-level jobs.
Technological dependence entails an increasing risk for companies, which have to adopt network security measures.