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Second Line of Defense for Cybersecurity: Blockchain

In the first part we covered AI as the first line of defense for cybersecurity, the goal was to keep the cyber-criminals at bay, but in case they managed to get-in and infiltrate the network we need to initiate the second line of defense; Blockchain.

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First Line of Defense for Cybersecurity: Artificial Intelligence

The year 2017 wasn't a great year for cyber-security; we saw a large number of high-profile cyber attacks; including Uber, Deloitte, Equifax and the now infamous WannaCry ransomware attack, and 2018 started with a bang too with the hacking of Winter Olympics. The frightening truth about increasingly cyber-attacks is that most businesses and the cybersecurity industry itself are not prepared. Despite the constant flow of security updates and patches, the number of attacks continues to rise.

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Looking Ahead: What’s Next for the Internet of Things

Over the past several years, the number of devices connected via Internet of Things (IoT) has grown exponentially, and it is expected that number will only continue to grow. By 2020, 50 billion connected devices are predicted to exist, thanks to the many new smart devices that have become standard tools for people and businesses to manage many of their daily tasks.

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Leveraging Technology To Develop Sustainable Smart Cities

Building sustainable smart cities require holistic infrastructure that has robust digitization, good governance, and a decent quality of life for citizens.

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The Collective Power of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in Banking

Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) will shape the future of banking by improving customer banking experience, training bank staff, and offering data visualization.

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Changing the Face of the Logistics Industry with Augmented Reality

The implementation of augmented reality (AR) in logistics can help people working in the logistics industry to be more productive, complementing the increasing performance of the machines involved.

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How Augmented Reality Will Change Digital Marketing

Although eclipsed by virtual reality (VR) among the mainstream audience, the value of augmented reality (AR) in marketing is undeniably significant. Leading businesses are already incorporating AR as part of their digital strategy to attract customers and provide them with positive experiences.

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