Getting an Education in the Age of COVID-19

September 25, 2020

In a matter of months, the novel coronavirus has swept across the globe and entirely up-ended our understanding of normality. Now, as the virus continues to rage and signs of a second surge are emerging even before the first has ended, we’re rethinking everything we’d assumed and hoped for at...

How Social Media Is Changing Our World

June 17, 2020

Social media platforms started out humbly, existing simply as a way to connect with old friends, share photographs and inform your social network of changes in your life. However, as social media continues to grow, the effect and influence it has on the world at large are undeniably far more...

No, 5G Didn’t Cause the Coronavirus Pandemic

May 11, 2020

What a strange, twisted time we’re all experiencing at the moment. It would be bad enough if all we had to contend with was a novel virus, a lockdown and a projected 12 to 18-month wait for a vaccine. Unfortunately, there are those among us who are indulging in the spread of...

Finding Work in the Middle of a Pandemic

April 28, 2020

It seems that the impacts of COVID-19 have reached nearly every part of the globe. Schools have closed, businesses have shuttered and economies ground to a halt. In the US, 26 million have filed for unemployment benefits since the outbreak of the pandemic. A survey found that 99% of doctors in the...

For Cybercriminals, a Global Pandemic Presents an Opportunity

April 17, 2020

Today, cybercriminals are increasingly taking advantage of the COVID-19 outbreak to exploit the vulnerable in the vastly ungoverned cyberspace, leading to a transnational threat. Much like the coronavirus, cybercrime doesn’t discriminate. What are some of the biggest cyber threats related to the...