• Gov-Cert: Few Hundred Devices Impacted By Ransomware

    Gov-Cert: Few Hundred Devices Impacted By Ransomware

    • 17 May 2017 9:00 AM

    Around 45 government systems came under attack in Hungary over the weekend, when a ransomware spread in 150 countries, but only a few hundred devices became infected, the Government Incident Response Team (Gov-CERT) said on Tuesday.

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  • Almost 200,000 Hardcore Gamers In Hungary - E-Sports In Figures

    Almost 200,000 Hardcore Gamers In Hungary - E-Sports In Figures

    • 11 May 2017 10:00 AM

    On an average weekday, a young Hungarian e-sport gamer spends three hours playing games, and that duration rises to five hours on weekends. 44% are or intend to become competitive players. The most popular game is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. These are the main conclusions of a survey looking into e-sports in Hungary, jointly conducted by eNET Internet Research, Esportmilla – One Million People for Hungarian E-Sports, and Esport1.

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  • New Chapter Of Quality Opens In Hungarian IT And Telecommunications Sector

    New Chapter Of Quality Opens In Hungarian IT And Telecommunications Sector

    • 11 May 2017 9:00 AM

    “The opening of the Nokia Skypark office building represents the opening of a new chapter of quality within the Hungarian information technology and telecommunications industry; the 25 thousand square metre building is the newest and one of the most modern office and research & development locations within the sector”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said at the official opening of Nokia Solutions and Network Ltd’s new building in Budapest’s 13th District in the Corvin Quarter.

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  • Pre-Paid Mobile Subscribers Face Tight Deadline For Data Reconciliation In Hungary

    Pre-Paid Mobile Subscribers Face Tight Deadline For Data Reconciliation In Hungary

    • 8 May 2017 7:06 AM

    Hungarian telecommunication companies may face a rush of activity in the coming weeks as a deadline for registering pre-paid subscribers approaches, business daily Világgazdaság said on Monday. Hungarian lawmakers tightened rules on pre-paid SIM cards last year amid concerns they could be easily resold to criminals or terrorists.

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