Global Ransomware Attack: Who is to be blamed?

14 Jun 2017 by Udayani Shanmugavel

The ransomware attack WannaCry recently that locked more than 200,000 computers in over 150 countries has given rise to inevitable questions about the security measures taken by organizations to protect the information they hold. In an era where information is a strategic resource, any compromise on system security can be disastrous. … Read more

Redefining Ambition: How to Escape the Under-Achievement Trap

09 Feb 2017 by Thamara Kandabadda

Who do you want to become when you grow up? We ask our children. I remember being asked this question in class many years ago. Oh wait, I was wrong. We don't ask "who do you want to become?" Instead we ask "what is your ambition?" (at least my teachers did.) This is where the problem starts. … Read more

Should economic and social rights be included in the new Sri Lankan Constitution?

25 Jan 2017 by Natasha Fernando

It is time that all rights which are important for a ‘decent standard of living’ are recognized along the lines of right to inclusive development in an era of reconciliation and the state facilitate such rights prioritizing the vulnerable people, those affected by the war and young people who are dropped out from the knowledge economy of the country. … Read more

Dear Generation Y, there’s only so much a screen can show.

13 Jan 2017 by Sulaiman Rameez

So my kind appeal to you is that in addition to the Hashtags, Trending Articles and viral videos you step out of the house and embrace what the real world is like. … Read more

Are SMEs the Solution to Youth Unemployment?

30 Nov 2016 by Janani Balasubramaniam

So, is entrepreneurship and promotion of the SME sector alone the key to resolving youth unemployment? Yes, and no. … Read more