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Data Science

Big data breaches aren’t going away any time soon and the recent revelation that Russia’s criminal underworld is in possession of account data for 272.3 million people is a testament to that. Initially announced by Reuters at the start of May but constantly referred to by other media outlets ever

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Artificial IntelligenceMachine Learning

Machine-learning is all the rage in fraud detection, with industry analysts, academics, businesses and technology media examining the advantages of algorithms and big data in the fight against e-commerce fraud. Especially for fraud analysts working in companies with small budgets , machine-learning tools are seen as a cost-effective way to

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Internet of Things

More than 30 firms including Intel, BT and Vodafone recently announced they would band together to create an industry body to vet internet connected devices for security flaws. You would be forgiven for missing this news, on paper it’s not terribly exciting. However, it has important implications for the Internet

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What is your mission statement? Our mission is to create a world where consumers are part of the security solution, rather than the problem. Security should just work, without disrupting the user journey. Our behavioural biometric solution is a form of intelligent security – a multi-layered, pragmatic approach to user authentication and verification

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News

A UK independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest- ICO has brought forth the risk of using weak passwords yet again. A new Russian website has launched that allows people to watch live footage from some of the insecure cameras across the world. The website, accesses

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Texas-based tech startup Vysk Communications has developed an “Everyday Privacy Case” (EP1), which uses a combination of hardware and software to provide next-generation privacy and security against camera and photo hacking. “The more we rely on our smartphones—keeping photos, videos, text messages and sensitive information stored on devices—the more cyber

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News

Researchers at Dartmouth College have been working on a solution to work around the shortcomings of inactivity timeouts and other security risks that arise when a user does not log out. Conventional authentication methods based on passwords, tokens or fingerprints perform one-time authentication and rely on users logging out once

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We met with Joe Eandi, the CEO & Co-founder of Vorstack, at the Finovate conference in San Jose. Vorstack is the industry’s first solution that provides early warning of security threats by automatically sharing cyber-events and enabling real-time collaboration. Vorstack enables automated event and threat sharing between trusted security professionals across

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News

IT services firm, Atos, is set to purchase its French counterpart Bull in an attempt to secure its place as the top cloud computing and cybersecurity company in Europe. The deal is believed to be worth €620 million ($845 million) and is expected to close at the end of this

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Dataguise, a big data security service, has announced the Big Data Protection Partner Program (BDP3).  The program’s goal is to provide users’ big data projects with a heightened level of protection to stop the most sensitive end user information from falling into the wrong hands. A statement from co-founder and

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