Tech Talk TV Show

Tech Talk is an Arabic TV Show dedicated to technology on Al Kahera Wal Nas (Cairo Centric) TV Channel. The Show presented by Dr. Mohamed El-Guindy More »

21st Cyber Threats and Middle East Dilemma

Advanced malware which might bypass Antivirus software are now easily developed using automated Crimeware that don’t need any programming or professional skills More »

Middle East: From Cold War to Cold Cyberwar

Since history is a mirror to the future, we will take a look at “Cold War” era and its effect on Middle East region in order to understand how “Cold Cyberwar” would affect us sooner or later. More »

UNESCO IFAP Conference

Mohamed El-Guindy represented Egypt in UNESCO International Conference on Media and Information Literacy 6-10 June 2016 More »

 

Al-Ahram ICT Magazine Ceremony

Minister of ICT Eng. Yasser Elkady attended the special ceremony of Al Ahram ICT Magazine to honor ICT professionals, writers and innovators. Dr Mohamed El Guindy the presenter of Tech Talk TV show and writer in Al Ahram ICT Magazine was honored by the Minister of ICT during the ceremony.

UNODC Regional Workshop in Italy

Dr. Mohamed El Guindy participated in the regional workshop on Use of Digital Evidence in terrorism Related Cases, in Investigation and Trial Phases. The workshop was held in Italy by the UNODC terrorism Prevention Branch with participation from high level officials from UN CTED, Egypt Ministry of Interior, Egypt Ministry of Justice, US Department of State, US Department of Justice, Italian Police, UK Police, Facebook, Apple and other participants from Middle East countries. The workshop discussed the legal and technical procedures and best practices related to Digital Evidence.

Multilingualism in cyberspace for inclusive sustainable development

The Global Expert Meeting “Multilingualism in Cyberspace for Inclusive Sustainable Development” was successfully hosted in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russian Federation, from 5 to 9 June 2017, in the framework of the IX annual International IT Forum, organized with SCO and BRICS participation with a goal to strengthen the international cooperation in the digital era and promote innovative technologies. It gathered around 2700 participants from some 46 countries, including government representatives, private companies and IT specialists.

Dr. Mohamed El-Guindy participated in the UNESCO conference and delivered a presentation titled “Arabic Language in the Age of Cyberculture”. The presentation was visual presentation to dedicated paper on the topic that will be published in the conference proceeding.  The paper described the impact of cyberspace on both language and culture and its effect on the Arabic language.

the Global Expert Meeting initiated by UNESCO’s Information for All Programme (IFAP), was the first-ever international forum to address the importance of multilingualism and linguistic diversity in the implementation of the sustainable development goals. The meeting was organized by the Russian Committee of the UNESCO Information for All Programme in cooperation with the Government of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area – Ugra, UNESCO’s Institute for Information Technologies in Education, the Commission of the Russian Federation for UNESCO and the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.

This major event gathered some 100 representatives of intergovernmental, regional and national public and private organizations, universities and research centres from the following countries: Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Central African Republic, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Egypt, France, Ghana, Georgia, Germany, India, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Moldova, The Netherlands, Norway, Palestine, Paraguay, The Philippines, Russian Federation, Romania, South Africa, Spain, Sudan, Switzerland, Syria, United Kingdom, USA and Zambia. Dr El-Guindy represented Egypt in this high level conference.

For more information, check UNESCO website

Dr. El-Guindy interview with the Russian TV