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Healthcare on the Edge

hacker:HUNTER goes into Season 2 with a look at how cybercriminals attacked healthcare during the pandemic

The next episode of hacker:HUNTER reveals the shocking surge in cyberattacks on healthcare during the Covid-19 global pandemic. We take our audience on the frontlines of targeted cyberattacks on the vaccine researchers, hospitals and World Health Organisation who have reported a fivefold increase in attacks on its systems since March.

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One Year Tomorrow Unlocked

Numerous hours of planning, countless night shifts, and a massive amount of coffee chugged down – then, it was finally time!

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AND WE WERE LIVE!

Today, one year ago the Tomorrow Unlocked project went online. We were more than excited to create this new hub for technology culture and building a community of scientists, tech experts, enthusiasts, and artists. Now looking back at a year, which couldn't have gone by quicker, we still have to grasp the achievements we and our community managed to accomplish. By working with incredible people and creating diverse content we published more than 252 content pieces on the Tomorrow Unlocked website and generated more than 500.000 hours watch time on our Youtube Channel.
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Apart but connected

How does social distancing affect our mental health and which technologies may keep us sane in this situation?

Social Distancing is one of the big topics these days. You have to stay at least 1.5 meters away from others, don't gather in groups, and stay out of crowded places as much as possible. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention practicing social distancing is one of the best ways to slow down the spread of a virus. Although this protects us and others from infections it can get hard sometimes. Spouses have to see each other most of the time and people who live alone do not have the opportunity to get physical contact with friends or family, which may lead to loneliness and depression.


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