[EXPLAINER | Cybersecurity] ‘Everyone is a probable target’: Cybersecurity for businesses big and small

Businesses regardless of size have to beef up their cybersecurity, says Angel T. Redoble, founder and chairman of the Philippine Institute of Cybersecurity Professionals (PICSPros) and first vice-president and group chief information security officer of the PLDT Group.

[EXPLAINER | Cybersecurity] Digitalizing womb-to-tomb gov’t services

Francisco Ashley L. Acedillo, president of Philippine Institute of Cybersecurity Professionals, talks to BusinessWorld reporter Patricia B. Mirasol about data privacy, data protection, and data breaches. 

[B-SIDE Podcast] Wealth lessons for high-net-worth individuals

https://open.spotify.com/episode/7GjtEAsoK9rJNA2sGQHpPj?si=12063faf5e4c4c7a Follow us on Spotify BusinessWorld B-Side The economy has faced several headwinds in recent years, from the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis, the impact of...

[B-SIDE Podcast] Rehabilitating the Cultural Center of the Philippines

Designed by National Artist for Architecture Leandro V. Locsin, the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) will be rehabilitated after 53 years. Opened on Sept. 8, 1969, the CCP, a brainchild of former first lady Imelda Marcos, in its first year mounted 195 performances, 35 of which were foreign. Long due for an overhaul, the brutalist building will embark on a rehabilitation that is expected to run for three years, beginning 2023.   

[B-SIDE Podcast] Transforming business through digitalization and innovation

https://open.spotify.com/episode/46xLEKR2HBY7EaP21Vnqpa (This B-Side episode is sponsored by Tata Consultancy Services Philippines.) Showing how digitalization has transformed from an “interesting option” to a “must have,” PricewaterhouseCooper’s latest...

[EXPLAINER | Transportation] Privatization of the EDSA Carousel

Privatizing the EDSA Carousel busway will help address the sorry state of public transportation as well as overcome the fiscal and procurement constraints faced by the government in building the required infrastructure, according to the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP).

[B-SIDE Podcast] Butt lifts, beauty standards, body dysmorphia

https://open.spotify.com/episode/4KWQYvoYtSXBJ48olHpkfO Follow us on Spotify BusinessWorld B-Side Kylie Jenner has a face that launched a thousand luscious lips and her sister Kim Kardashian has a behind that...

[B-SIDE Podcast] Architecture and computational design

https://open.spotify.com/episode/6sP53O1kOWaykbYffu49zo Follow us on Spotify BusinessWorld B-Side In this B-Side episode, Gordon Gn, an award-winning architect and the office director of architecture firm HKS Singapore, explains what computational design...

[B-SIDE Podcast] Building an esports empire

https://open.spotify.com/episode/7JTqmdoYFIl4tTcnSvSusk Follow us on Spotify BusinessWorld B-Side In the future, esports players with handles like “Eric Eruption” and “Hypebits” could be as big as sports stars like...

[B-SIDE Podcast] Deep-skilling vs ‘learning in the flow of work’

 Follow us on Spotify BusinessWorld B-Side How do we build the bank of the future? In this B-Side episode, Raghav Gupta, managing director of Coursera India and Asia...

[B-SIDE Podcast] The promise of power: Nuclear energy in the Philippines

Nuclear energy has a bad reputation in the Philippines. That the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant is unfit and unsafe is what Carlo A. Arcilla, director of the Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (PNRI), calls “the greatest piece of fake news in the history of the Philippines.”

[B-SIDE Podcast] The danger of dynasties

https://open.spotify.com/episode/5pFDwwWYyMl2AV27Ulz1zg Follow us on Spotify BusinessWorld B-Side Antonio G. M. La Viña, a constitutional law professor at the University of the Philippines, thinks that the Philippine Constitutional...
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