Threat actors are not only increasing the frequency of their cyberattacks, they are constantly working to evolve their techniques to capitalize on unsuspecting end users and unpatched software alike. A recent study conducted by Oracle asked policy makers, C-Suite executives about their insights regarding cyberthreats, and their opinions on how to address them.
As technology advances into new frontiers, the growing threat of job automation increases. But, what does that mean for security and security jobs?
The current methods of actively protecting a company, city, or university’s physical spaces, people, and assets are costly and largely ineffective.
According to a recent survey, 42% of working professionals are concerned that artificial intelligence (AI) is going to replace many human workers in the workplace soon. But more than 63% of those surveyed said that they are actually more concerned that human bias and prejudices such as race, religion, or demographics will corrupt the data […]
Ensuring cybersecurity of your business becomes a bigger challenge every year. Cybercriminals perform new attacks, exploit new vulnerabilities, and perform new attacks on a constant basis while regulatory institutions change and improve standards. Your task is to be fully prepared to face these challenges. So today, we gathered the top 10 cybersecurity hot topics you’d […]
Since the dawn of machinery and the first flickerings of computer technology, humanity has been obsessed with the idea of artificial intelligence – the concept that machines could one day interact, respond and think for themselves as if they were truly alive. Every year, the possibility of an “intelligent technology” future becomes more and more […]
Artificial intelligence (AI) is an interrupter that will have a major impact on the security industry when it hooks up with the analytic data generated from security devices. These physical security devices are becoming more commonly found in a variety of vertical markets.
Following the start of the New Year, every January, close to two hundred thousand people came to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, to see the latest and greatest in consumer electronics. The wide array of groundbreaking technologies introduced indicates a more connected life to come.
One trend that is poised to increase significantly in 2018 is the acceptance in the security market for the combination of human personnel and robotic guarding operations to keep people, property, and businesses safer.
The debate over the danger of impending doom from artificial intelligence (AI) rages on, but AI or machine learning is already being applied and developed across several security technologies.