The new Internet generation – Web3 – is opening up countless exciting opportunities. However, opportunities often come with risks. So, how does Web3 fare from a cybersecurity perspective? This story has the answer.
Web3 is the scene’s hype – and DMEXCO 2022 is also embracing it. In collaboration with w3.fund, the first-ever w3.vision will be held this year as an exclusive deep dive into Web3. We spoke to w3.fund’s Henrik Bredenbals ahead of the event.
The world of work is being recharged: a new, representative online survey conducted by Civey on behalf of DMEXCO, Europe’s leading digital marketing and tech event, found that 61 percent of companies from a wide range of industries now offer the option to work from home or remotely. A fifth of the approximately 1,000 HR managers surveyed said that their company even allows a four-day week.
Marketers swear by third-party cookies, yet the privacy community has issued a warning. Google is therefore working on a successor to this technology, optimized in terms of data protection regulations. However, the deadline for the end of third-party cookies has now been postponed.
Web3 – everyone’s talking about the Internet’s next stage of evolution. The new net generation will be amazing, but also significantly more complicated. Here, we explain the most important Web3 terms to make the journey less bumpy.