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A new "unbreakable" encryption method will be keep votes safe for citizens in the Swiss canton of Geneva during the country's upcoming national elections, according to Nicolas Gisin of the University of Geneva. The city-state...
IBM has won a five-year deal, which it claims is worth $460 million, to provide Switzerland's Banque Cantonale Vaudoise with a broad range of tech services while assuming management control of the bank's internal IT...
The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, one of Switzerland's top universities, has joined forces with technology heavyweights to declare war on computer viruses and hackers. Along with IBM, Sun Microsystems Laboratories and Credit...