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What bots can learn from customer service agents

Technology is one of the few things in life we expect to just work. This is especially true when it comes to artificial intelligence (AI), which is a driving force behind today’s digital transformation. According to recent KPMG research, enterprises will spend an estimated £177 billion on intelligent automation technologies by 2025, with 49% of companies putting it to use in just three years. And that’s for good reason. By Ryan Lester, Director of Customer Engagement Technologies at LogMeIn.

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Botnets and machine learning: a story of “hide and seek”

Malware authors have always been trying to update their software and evolve their techniques in order to take advantage of new technologies and bypass security measures. By Leonidas Plagakis, Security Engineer, RiverSafe.

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Five top tips for small businesses adopting encryption

Becrypt has been in the disk encryption business for more than 15 years and have carried out extensive work with governments and large enterprises. Today, a lot of what we're doing is working with small businesses, typically organisations that are looking at adding encryption for the first time, driven by regulation such as GDPR, and those that require encryption as part of the privacy enforcing mechanisms. By Bernard Parsons, CEO, Becrypt.

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CloudClient – Origins of a Zero Trust Network deployment for UK Government

Whilst the concept of Zero Trust (ZT) networks is gaining broad popularity and acclaim, elements of the approach have been quietly adopted and applied within some sensitive government IT environments. By Bernard Parsons, CEO, Becrypt.

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Cyber security predictions for 2019

Corporate Cybersecurity is a huge concern for both customers and business owners alike with the number of attacks keep growing month on month. 2018 has seen a multitude of hacks and breaches coming from a wide array attack vectors. Companies have been left with data losses, stolen customer information and compromised networks. Big business just hasn’t been able to respond to the challenge fast enough, resulting in successful hacks that have resulted in data loss, and malicious cybersecurity rela...

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Four cyber security challenges that critical infrastructures are facing

Last year, Russia started a widespread cyber-attack targeting critical infrastructures around the world, including tens of thousands of devices in British homes. So back in April, the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), the FBI and the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released a joint alert, warning that the Russian Government had carried out an attack targeting millions of computer routers, firewalls and other networking equipment used by infrastructure operators, government age...

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Ferrari: A New Perspective on Cybersecurity

Ferrari took a strategic decision to choose Kaspersky Lab as their IT Security provider. They wanted to introduce more stringent IT security measures, both to protect their core business and to ensure an increase in safety. Find out more in this exclusive video.

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