Article on January 12, 2018

Firewalls and Antiviruses Not Sufficient to Protect Us in 2018

IoT and Artificial Intelligence (AI) among the key disruptors in IT which will demand enhanced networking security in 2018.

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Telegram Mirrored to Create Fake Apps that Serve Malware

The fake app, Teligram, features similar branding and app store listings to trick users to install malware on their device and hijack their data

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Cognitive Automation Delivering More with Intelligence and Sophistication: Option3

Business processing now requires more computational and processing capacity with the volume of data that can continues to grow

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Hackers Adopt ‘School of Fish’ Approach as They Sharpen Focus on Mid-sized Businesses

New data underscores risk facing businesses as attackers side-step traditional security prevention technology

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NetApp Guides NCDEX towards Data-driven Business Transformation

Digital transformation is the top most agenda for NCDEX

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Juniper Networks 2018 Security Predictions

We are just starting to see the impact that insecure IoT could have on larger targets

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Gemalto LTE-M Wireless Module Earns AT&T Certification

Expanding highly efficient cellular connectivity for IoT devices

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Deep Learning and Privacy Protection Lead Top Video Surveillance Trends For 2018

Deep learning video analytic algorithms have been developed into fully deployable products

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Increasing IoT Value Through Open Standards

It will highlight the challenges Communication Service Providers (CSPs) are facing

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