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Infosys Acquires Brilliant Basics, Adding More Digital Studios to Bowstring
Latin American Skills Development Programs are Failing to Create Good Talent
Trump Causing Negative US Perception to Spread like Wildfire in Mexico
Uber Helps Mexico Earthquake Efforts with Free Rides
Google Cultural Institute Opens Massive Online Latino Exhibit
Recap: Peru Calls for FDI to Develop Much Needed Infrastructure
Roll Video: Guyana Business Minister on the Value of BPO Job Creation
Roll Video: Qualfon President on Why Nearshore is a Client Priority
Roll Video: GO-Invest CEO Speaks to Guyana’s Lesser-Known Strengths
Voyagers: Mexican Engineer Uproots his Life to Start Afresh with Amazon in Seattle
Guatemala Tech Voyager: Connecting to People is a High-Value Attribute, Even in IT
From Puerto Rico to Canada: Scotiabank Executive Breaks Glass Ceiling of Equality
Mexico’s Naranya Hunts for Game Developers in China
Indian Outsourcing Firm Banishes Dress Code in Favor of Casual Wear
Will Miami Ever Gain Respectability as a High Tech Hub?
As Philippines Value Prop Sinks, Nearshore Steps Up, Says Atento Exec
Q&A: Sykes Exec Bullish about Brazil Presence as BPO Potential is Reinforced
Nearshore Site Selection is Now a Much Deeper Conversation Thanks to Trump
CEO View: Let’s Face It, Colombia and its Neighbors Have a Massive Problem
Accenture to Hire 1000 Technology Professionals in Brazil
Five Scenarios Where Insourcing Makes Better Sense Than Outsourcing
Tag Archives: Cybersecurity
Tag Archives: Cybersecurity
As Next-Gen Cybersecurity Outperforms Legacy, it’s Nearshore’s Time to Shine
Nearshore has a chance to bypass legacy cybersecurity and become global leaders in the discipline with next-gen technologies like AI and machine learning.
September 1, 2017
US, Brazil, Mexico Suffer Most Cyber Attacks in the Region
The United States, Mexico, and Brazil are the biggest targets for cyber attacks in the …
June 20, 2017
A Very Different Story about Cybersecurity, Advertising and Airports
Ignacio Perrone, Research Manager, Digital Transformation at Frost & Sullivan Latin America, explains the regional differences in cybersecurity awareness.
January 24, 2017
Companies Spending $1.6 Billion on Cybercrime Incidents in Mexico
According to a new report from PwC, Mexico is still in an immature state of cybersecurity due to lack of investment into cybercrime protection.
December 5, 2016
Clear and Present Danger: IT Talent Shortage is Growing More Severe
Ask any IT recruiter about the state of their industry and they’ll tell you the …
August 8, 2016
Symantec Names Brazil as Eighth-largest Global Source of Malicious Botnet Activity
Symantec's new study highlights the fact that cybercriminals are becoming increasingly more organized and trying hard to stay one-step ahead of security agencies.
June 8, 2016
Running Distributed Projects in an Insecure Digital World
Extending tech development beyond a single office should not require a new layer of cybersecurity — it should be there in the first place.
February 23, 2016
IT Execs Urge More Outsourcing – Even in Cybersecurity
Past experiences have taught companies to not outsource cybersecurity. But "this perception must change," says a new Webroot survey.
January 19, 2016
Brazil Needs To Crack Down On Cyber Crime
1,047,031 cyber hacks were reported in Brazil last year.
Brazil's growing mobile payments use makes cracking down on cybercrime even more vital, but the government's approach to regulation has been piecemeal and they have a weak track record of prosecution of this type of crime.
IT Services Could Benefit From LatAm Aerospace Aspirations – But There’s Still Work to be Done
With Mexico having established itself as a leader in the aerospace manufacturing sector with a …
March 12, 2015
Cyber Attacks and Outsourcing: Prepare for the Worst, While Hope for the Slightly Bad
The real risk of cyber attacks on critical computing infrastructure is nothing new, but the …
October 24, 2012