As Indico passes 1 million events, CERN and UN host joint workshop to discuss growth of this open source platform for organising events
Representatives of CERN, the United Nations Office at Geneva and other organisations held a two-day workshop to discuss the future of Indico, a CERN-created, open source platform for organising events
ICRC and CERN cooperate on R&D in technologies for humanitarian action
Representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) came to CERN on Friday, 24 March for the first in a series of knowledge-sharing sessions on free and open source technologies
Computer Security: Upcoming password considerations
While the CERN Computer Security team does its best to identify exposed and disclosed passwords and to figure out anomalies in your login patterns, the time has come to improve even further
CERN openlab holds annual technical workshop and announces new leader
At last week’s CERN openlab technical workshop, Maria Girone was officially announced as the new head of this pioneering public–private partnership. The CERN IT department’s new roadmap for innovation was also presented.
Computer Security: Protective intelligence
For the most efficient protection of CERN – to detect an attack as effectively as possible, to be alert, prepared and ready – it’s essential to gather as much information as possible about the intentions of the malicious evil
CERN QTI launches its new series of online lectures to explore quantum science
Computer Security: Winter season, virus time – one free pill for your device
As you take measures to protect your physical well-being, maybe it’s also a good moment to think about your digital well-being?
CERN openlab CTO co-founds Swiss chapter of Women in High-Performance Computing advocacy group
Women in HPC works to reduce this gender gap in high-performance computing, or “HPC”
Computer Security: How AI are you?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is on everyone’s mind, and CERN is no exception