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The need to know: IoT security

The need to know: IoT security

Welcome to the digital world, where cellphones hold your entire life in its database, tablets have become the new spiral notebooks, and contactless transactions make your day-to-day norms feel like futuristic experiences. The Internet of Things (IoT) has genuinely taken the cyberworld by storm, simplifying and connecting everything in its path.

Your company phone may be more at risk of a cybersecurity breach thanks to WFH

Your company phone may be more at risk of a cybersecurity breach thanks to WFH

Nearly half of businesses say work-from-home policies have hurt their cybersecurity practices, according to Verizon’s 2021 Mobile Security Index, published Tuesday. The report includes findings from a survey of 856 professionals responsible for buying, managing and securing mobile and internet of things (IOT) devices for companies.

3 Top Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Buy Right Now

3 Top Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Buy Right Now

Every so often, a new technology comes along that fundamentally changes the world. Consider the discovery of electricity, the invention of the automobile, and the creation of the internet — all three sparked dramatic transformations, boosting productivity and efficiency across industries.

Retail Cybersecurity: How to Protect Your Customer Data

Retail Cybersecurity: How to Protect Your Customer Data

In the early days of the pandemic, many retailers quickly launched e-commerce stores for the first time. Others expanded their offerings, such as adding online ordering with curbside pick-up. Within only a few months, the pandemic accelerated the shift to e-commerce stores by five years. This points to the need for increased retail cybersecurity. 

Artificial Intelligence: Leveling The Business Playing Field

Artificial Intelligence: Leveling The Business Playing Field

The economic crisis caused by Covid-19 forced organizations to grapple with an entirely new set of challenges. And while no business was — or is — immune, the burden fell disproportionately on startups and small businesses.

Cybersecurity Threats: The Daunting Challenge Of Securing The Internet Of Things

Cybersecurity Threats: The Daunting Challenge Of Securing The Internet Of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) broadly refers to devices and equipment that are readable, recognizable, locatable, addressable and/or controllable via the internet. This incorporates physical objects communicating with each other including machine to machine, and machine to people. It encompasses everything from edge computing devices to home appliances, from wearable technology to cars. IoT represents the melding of the physical world and the digital world.

76% Of Enterprises Prioritize AI & Machine Learning In 2021 IT Budgets

76% Of Enterprises Prioritize AI & Machine Learning In 2021 IT Budgets

43% of enterprises say their AI and Machine Learning (ML) initiatives matter “more than we thought,” with one in four saying AI and ML should have been their top priority sooner.
50% of enterprises plan to spend more on AI and ML this year, with 20% saying they will be significantly increasing their budgets.

Five Emerging Internet Of Things Trends For 2021

Five Emerging Internet Of Things Trends For 2021

2020 has proven to be a tumultuous year for everyone, and the technology industry is no different. Tech companies have scrambled to provide innovations that help us continue to function as a society given all the adjustments we’ve been forced to make.

Getting Past Cybersecurity In IoT Devices And Exploring Their Performance

Getting Past Cybersecurity In IoT Devices And Exploring Their Performance

Cybersecurity – A plethora of newspaper and digital articles and blogs continue to underscore one key aspect of cybersecurity: Criminals are invading our home IoT devices and spying on us, demanding ransom and destroying our privacy.

Four Ways To Think About The Cloud For Business In 2021

Four Ways To Think About The Cloud For Business In 2021

As we evolve our expectations regarding our current-day tech culture, “the cloud” is a term used by tech and nontech communities alike. Hearing the boomer and Gen Z generations both speak fluently about a concept that felt far-reaching not so long ago is a true testament to the accelerated pace our technology sector is experiencing. In the eyes of the consumer, the ability to back up to and access the cloud has become a must-have add-on to any of our gadgets. Storing pictures, music and documents has become the norm.