Lithuania Concludes Joint Cyber Defence Ops with US
In efforts to boost interoperability and to maximise resilience of critical networks to cyber threats, Lithuania and the US have wrapped up the joint cyber defence operation.
The first joint project with US CYBERCOM was intended to deal with cyber threats, according to a press release.
“The war against Ukraine has demonstrated that cyberattacks are an inseparable element of modern military campaigns,” said Deputy Defence Minister Margiris Abukevičius.
He explained, "We have to prepare and build up capabilities for safeguarding our key networks, during war and peace alike, in advance. The three months of the operation in Lithuania offers a wealth of intelligence and skills to all participants."
This joint operation saw the involvement of the US CYBERCOM team and specialists from the National Cyber Security Centre and the IT Service of the Defence Ministry.
TTEC is One of the Best Employers for Diversity 2022
One of the world's largest customer experience technology and service innovators has been named Forbes' Best Employers for Diversity 2022.
TTEC focuses on building vital diversity criteria into employee experience and culture through institutions like the TTEC Diversity Council. The Council's role is to drive organisational change and advancing DEI policies through the identification of best practices as well as providing advice to the senior leadership on things that matter.
Bentley University Accepts Crypto Payments for Tuition Fees
Bentley University has set itself apart in being one of the first universities in the US to offer students a new payment option which is through cryptocurrency. In a move to highlight Bentley's commitment to leading the way in early adoption of technologies, the university will be partnering with Coinbase to provide students and their families the opportunity to pay for tuition fees through Bitcoin, Ethereum, and the stablecoin USD Coin.
"Bentley University is at the forefront in preparing business leaders with the skills and knowledge to succeed in the changing world economy. We're proud to embrace this technology that our students are learning about, which will soon transform the global business landscape they're about to enter," said university President E. LaBrent Chrite.