The Top 14 Cyber Aware Countries #infographic #Cybersecurity

With Britain opting out of the Union, the question of data security regulation is creating a pandemonium as to how the state will respond to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The point of this issue, data protection regulation, is the point of departure of the report from ABI Research and the International Telecommunication Union.

In 2015, hundreds of countries were ranked according to cybersecurity preparedness. In the Global Cybersecurity Index report, one thing stood out: cybersecurity receives a dearth of attention from national government, way less than what it needs to have.

No wonder, in recent months we’ve witnessed some data security problems that different countries struggled with: Commission on Election website in the Philippines was hacked; Bangladesh Bank lost $81 million from hacks, and a decade worth of data from the US Air Force was lost—albeit recovered.

Here’s an infographic by Turrem Data, a UK-based data protection provider, that takes a look at how different nation states are performing on protecting their government and citizens from cyber-attacks and data breaches. This is both a warning and a challenge for the international community.

Here’s an infographic by Turrem Data, a UK-based data protection provider, that takes a look at how different nation states are performing on protecting their government and citizens from cyber-attacks and data breaches. This is both a warning and a challenge for the international community.

An Infographic by turremdata.com.

A Shortcut to Deciding Where to Study Abroad #infographic #studyabroad

Study abroad is an unforgettable experience. Everybody says that. However, your personal study abroad experience may be totally ruined if you fail to choose the right place. Just consider this — imagine you are a vegetarian student who comes to study in a country where most people are crazy about meat. Although it may seem not important (“Whatever, I will eat what I want anyway”), it is. Definitely, it is. When you travel to another country, you emerge into the local culture. And if you are somewhat different or have opposite views, it can be pretty challenging to enjoy your experience.

Here comes the solution:
Smart.Study has conducted a deep research and found out the best places to visit (or avoid) taking into consideration ways of life, views, and other motives of students. Make sure to check our list and find your dream study abroad destination.

So, let’s start right away.

An Infographic by Smart.Study.

NHS and the European Union: The Facts After Brexit #infographic #Brexit #NHS #UK

The UK opted to leave the EU by majority of 52% on June 23rd. The potential consequences of Brexit are still being debated and will be for at least the next two years, the minimum period needed for negotiations between the UK and other EU member states to come to a conclusion.

Although the “Leave” campaign persistently claimed that the NHS would be in a better position outside the EU, recent stats and figures show that the impact of Brexit could result in a loss of public services of £36bn a year, which could leave a big black hole in NHS funding.

It is impossible to say how the National Health Service will fare if the UK pushes through its separation from the EU. This is why we decided to collect this set of data from different sources in order to provide a clear and neutral breakdown of the key facts of the relationship between the NHS and the EU.

MEDIGO - NHS and the European Union: The Facts

An infographic by medigo.com