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Digital poverty and digital capital
COVID-19 has underlined the importance of access to and comfort with technology. Dave Donaghy FRSA argues that addressing this means thinking of both digital poverty and digital capital and explores the impacts of these and what could be done.
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The advent of global pandemic has not only changed the way we work, writes Paolo Passeri, Cyber Intelligence Principal for Netskope, but means we must change the way we think about and maintain security.