Why would an employer consider biometric microchips for employees?
All professions benefit from participation in a connected world and legal is no exception, as the digitization of everything continues unabated.
The air you breathe has a direct impact on health and depending on the pollutants, a variety of health issues can result, such as respiratory ailments.
Should governments and their departments secure data better than their company counterparts? Do the same risks of cyber-attack apply to them?
As IoT grows, how should networks be configured to optimize security and functionality? The answer depends on what values your company has.
Every employee in a company, from the CEO down, must be invested in security awareness training to avoid human error and other potential incidents.
If you need some serious protection on your data, creating an immutable bucket may be your best option.
AI, in conjunction with predictive analytics and high-performance computing, is disrupting practically every industry you can imagine and healthcare is no exception, with advances in diagnostics already underway.
We need a new cybersecurity solution that can block threats, eliminate human error and adequately protect valuable data. Cognitive computing may well be the answer.
Companies that need to protect their data must take a hard line, and there is no way around it.