- Initial testing in Europe successfully completed
- Glass antennas for mobile networks – the ideal solution for historic city centres and densely populated areas
- New window glass featuring a coating that lowers signal attenuation for homes and for example modern railway cars
- Quick solution for improving coverage and increasing the capacity of mobile networks, including 5G
Although manufacturing slowed down in October, it has still been growing decently in the second pandemic wave, with strong support from foreign demand. November will probably be weaker but not dramatically. Consequently, foreign demand significantly boosted exports while imports remained weaker. Construction declined at the beginning of the fourth quarter.
Avast Cybersecurity Experts Predict Covid-19 Vaccination Scams and Deepfake Disinformation Campaigns for 2021
Cybersecurity experts at Avast (LSE:AVST), a global leader in digital security and privacy products, foresee more Covid-19 vaccination scams, abuse of weak home office infrastructures, enterprise VPN infrastructure and providers, and ransomware attacks in 2021. Avast also expects deepfake disinformation campaigns and other malicious AI-generated campaigns to gain more traction. Specifically, on the Android platform, Avast experts predict further adware attacks, fleeceware scams, and stalkerware usage.
Like most businesses, the insurance industry regularly evaluates the impact of the current coronavirus situation on day-to-day operations. This applies not only to insurers but also to brokers who must work in the interests of the client, whom they must assist during this difficult period and help him survive with the smallest possible losses. Therefore, we are actively discussing with our clients and evaluating the effects and possible measures regarding insurance, and we also offer the same to our potential clients. We see the services provided by brokers as an essential part of the overall risk management of each company, so do not hesitate to contact us.
As in the spring, the government has responded to the second wave of the pandemic by taking steps to financially support both employers and employees, as well as the self-employed. Among other things, the measures adopted include an ‘emergency’ carer’s allowance, introduced at the end of October by the new Act on Changes in Providing Carers’ Allowances in Connection with Emergency Measures in the Event of an Epidemic. Compared to the spring, several changes has been made to the present emergency carer’s allowance.
Strategic Directions for Czech Economic Policy
- 1) Transition to High-Tech Manufacturing
- 2) The City Campus as Idea Factory
- 3) Government Programs That Drive Innovation
- 4) Government as a Competitive Advantage
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