Tag: CYBERSECURITY

Advances In AI-based Cybersecurity

The cybersecurity industry is one of the pioneers in the application of artificial intelligence. It has been used for years in attack detection and virus scanners. However, unanswered questions regarding security, data protection, and liability risks keep many companies and authorities from using AI in practice. It is often difficult for user organizations to assess […]

Physical Protections That Can Prevent Cybersecurity Risks

The physical security of our devices aims to keep our information safe by incorporating a series of protection measures that go beyond installing an antivirus. From keeping our computers under surveillance to establishing protections against access to information by third parties, in the following article, we will delve into this field of cybersecurity and its […]

Who Is Legally Responsible For Cybersecurity?

During the most recent months, we have seen an immense increment in teleworking in all zones, alongside the removal from some video conferencing applications and community-oriented work,, for example, Zoom. This has put the attention of cybersecurity on the telecommuter, and on such applications. Zoom, the video conferencing application we referenced, went from supporting somewhere […]

FORMJACKING: A NEW THREAT TO THE SECURITY OF YOUR ONLINE STORE

Do you sell on the Internet? Beware of the dangers of Formjacking that could compromise the personal data you store about your customers and jeopardize the security and reputation of your online store. Learn more about this new cybersecurity threat in this post. What is Formjacking When we talk about Formjacking we are referring to […]

Tips For Our Privacy When Adopting New Technologies

The new technologies, the emerging are those that introduce something new, never seen or known technology but, so far, had no practical application. In other words, the new technologies are not the internet, nor the smartphone, nor the whole set of technologies that have been with us for a decade or two but are still […]

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