World First Conference Explores the Impact of Technology on Sexuality
12th IFIP TC9 Human Choice and Computers Conference Takes the Theme of “Technology and Intimacy: Choice or Coercion?”
Tuesday 28 June 2016: Robots and sexuality will come under the microscope at the 12th IFIP TC9 Human Choice and Computers (HCC12) Conference at MediaCityUK in Salford, Greater […]
IFIP President Leon Strous has highlighted the importance of collaboration to achieving success in the digital economy during an address to last month’s 78th National Convention of the Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ) in Tokyo.
Mr Strous told delegates that the increasing complexity, interdependence and cross-border nature of large-scale IT systems and infrastructures creates additional […]
Tuesday 15 March 2016: WITFOR 2016, the World Information Technology Forum focused on progressing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), has announced four keynote speakers to headline the event being held in Costa Rica this September.
Organised by the global ICT professional association, IFIP (International Federation for Information Processing), WITFOR 2016 brings together senior policy-makers, […]
Tuesday 16 February 2016: ICT professionals and government policy makers wanting to present their strategies for progressing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals at the IFIP World Information Technology Forum (WITFOR) 2016 have two weeks to submit their papers and demo proposals for review.
March 1st 2016 is the deadline for submissions, with the event scheduled […]
In this January’s issue of The Nederland’s Cyber Security Council monthly magazine, Cyber Security Read, IFIP President Leon Strous was interviewed about the increasing reliance on IT and IT workers and the need for a globally adopted professional code.
Excerpt from the original article:
“IT systems have an increasingly great inﬂuence on our life. When something goes wrong […]
IFIP reaffirmed its commitment to taking strong action in support of the Sustainable Development Goals and called for ICT professionalism to be explicitly recognised during the United Nations General Assembly High Level Meeting last month to review the implementation of the WSIS Outcomes.
Although Founding Chair of IFIP’s Global Industry Council and IFIP IP3 Vice Chair, […]
The recent high level review of the WSIS+10 outcomes by the United Nations was told that WSIS should explicitly recognize ICT Professionalism since the implementation of WSIS action lines and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requires the services of a skilled, competent, ethical, accountable, trustworthy ICT workforce.
The WSIS+10 High Level Meeting was convened by UN General […]
Global ICT community meets at the UN General Assembly in support of sustainable development
IFIP IP3 Chair Global Industry Council calls for recognition
of Professionalism in ICT
Tuesday 15 December 2015: Chair Global Industry Council and Vice-Chair of IFIP’s International Professional Practice Partnership (IP3), Stephen Ibaraki, was represented at the WSIS+10 High Level meeting, convened by UN General Assembly […]
United Nations References Importance of ICT Professionalism
in Driving Sustainability Outcomes
Global ICT Professionalism Body – IFIP IP3 – Strengthens Ties with UN General Assembly
Thursday 22 October 2015 – New York, USA: Key figures at the United Nations this week heard about the critical role information and communications technology (ICT) professionalism will play in helping to […]
IFIP IP3 Denounces Actions of Technologists Who Enabled VW DieselGate Scandal
Global ICT Professional Body Calls for Ban Against Emissions Test Cheating Software
Thursday 8 October 2015 – Daejeon, South Korea: The global body for ICT professionalism has denounced the actions of software engineers who designed and implemented the solution which allowed Volkswagen to distort the […]