Tendencias y Estudios / Digitalización

Cyber Resilience in the Electricity Ecosystem: Playbook for Boards and Cybersecurity Officers

Maintaining cyber resilience across the ecosystem is a challenge for all organizations and a significant priority for critical infrastructure sectors such as electricity. Furthermore, the COVID-19 crisis is having a dramatic impact on our society and has forced everyone to become heavily reliant on the internet and its digital economy.

Cybersecurity Leadership Principles: Lessons learnt during the COVID-19 pandemic to prepare for the new normal

The world is experiencing an unprecedented crisis that is causing chaos in the global economy, disrupting supply chains, and transforming society. The new reality is accelerating business model transformation at a faster pace than ever before to ensure existential survival in a crisis for which no one was prepared.

Deloitte’s 2020 GLOBAL BLOCKCHAIN SURVEY

Leaders no longer consider blockchain technology groundbreaking and merely promising. Deloitte’s 2020 Global Blockchain Survey polled a sample of nearly 1,500 senior executives and suggests that initial doubts about blockchain’s usefulness are fading as business leaders now see it as integral to organizational innovation.

Quantum Machine Learning for 6G Communication Networks: State-of-the-Art and Vision for the Future

The upcoming fifth generation (5G) of wireless networks is expected to lay a foundation of intelligent networks with the provision of some isolated artificial intelligence (AI) operations. However, fully intelligent network orchestration and management for providing innovative services will only be realized in Beyond 5G (B5G) networks.

Exploring Blockchain Technology for Government Transparency: Blockchain-Based Public Procurement to Reduce Corruption

In partnership with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Office of the Inspector General of Colombia (Procuraduría General de Colombia), the Forum has led a multistakeholder team to investigate, design and trial the use of blockchain technology for corruption-prone government processes, anchored in the use case of public procurement.

Blockchain: A revolutionary change or not?

Blockchain is the technology designed to make transactions (or data) more secure by recording the information in not just one location, but over a network of computers, making it tougher to tamper with.

Driving value and values during COVID-19

When we published Accenture’s 2020 Technology Vision report, COVID-19 was not yet a global pandemic. Now, it’s the greatest challenge the world has faced in decades. In just a few short months, it’s transformed people’s lives on an unprecedented scale, impacted every industry, and altered the course of companies’ growth. But the pandemic has not slowed innovation—it’s amplifying it to historic levels.

Building a digitally-enabled recovery

This paper offers unique insights on the impact of the coronavirus crisis on Europe’s top tech business: the telecom sector[1]. As we collectively work to re-design Europe’s vision and strategic plans for the coming years, ETNO puts forward facts, figures, analysis and ideas on how to reboot the EU socio-economic engine by leveraging telecom networks and digital services.

Redesigning Trust: Blockchain Deployment Toolkit

Any blockchain solution designed and deployed for a supply-chain business network should consider the requirements of participants’ financial reporting, internal controls, as well as their stakeholders - for any business case to be successfully addressed. When combined with more traditional forms of business bookkeeping, blockchain information can help companies support the preparation of timely and reliable financial statements.

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