Ransomware is the fastest growing malware threat, targeting all types of users — from the home user to the corporate organization. Likewise, ransomware is a type of malicious software or malware that can lead to temporary or permanent loss of sensitive or proprietary information. It can also lead to disruptions in regular operations, financial losses incurred to restore corrupted systems and files, and potential harm to an organization’s reputation.
In 2020, ransomware attacks caused on average 18 days of downtime for the affected companies, while the average ransom amount was double, which amounted to $178,000 . What’s more troubling…
Texas prides itself as one of the leading energy states. However, when a series of harsh winter storms swept across the United States earlier this year, an electrical generation failure occurred across Texas. More than 4.5 million residences and businesses were left without power for days . Damages from the blackouts were estimated at $195 billion, making this the costliest disaster in Texas history . What went wrong?
In February 2011, a blizzard swept through Texas. It caused blackouts across more than 75% of the state . In Austin and San Antonio, the extreme weather condition had created icy…
Do we care about quality? As an engineer, the obvious answer: yes. But why are there still bad quality products being put out on the market?