How AI is predicting the future of online fraud detection

Bottom line: Combining supervised and unsupervised machine learning as part of a broader artificial intelligence (AI) fraud detection strategy enables digital businesses to quickly and accurately detect automated and increasingly complex fraud attempts.

Recent research from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)

By Louis Columbus, 22 August 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Authentication, Employees, Security.

Why IT and HR can become surprising bedfellows

Advances in digital communication may have enhanced many lives - but it has also become a disruptive technology in more ways than one. Not surprisingly, the development of new communication tools is keeping pace with changes in the way people communicate, giving them a myriad of ways to get the right information in front of the right readers at the right time.

However, there has been a lot less attention given to the development of...

By Cyrus Gilbert-Rolfe, 09 August 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Employee Education, Employees, Enterprise Mobility.

Myth-busting mobile in the enterprise: Day two support is the same as other IT resources

As mobile devices have grown indispensable for enterprises, so too has their ability to disrupt mission-critical work when they malfunction or when other complications arise. The support obligations that come with mobile technology deployments are considerable.

Just because you have an in-house IT help desk team doesn’t mean you’re meeting all of those obligations. A Blue Hill Research study estimates that your IT...

By Ross Homans, 07 August 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Employees, Enterprise Mobility.

A roadmap to Zero Trust for SMBs: Keeping security solid while moving swiftly

Bottom Line:  Small businesses don’t need to sacrifice security due to budget constraints or productivity requirements – a Zero Trust roadmap can help them keep growing and stop breaches.

Having worked my way through college in a series of small businesses and having neighbors and friends who operate several today, I see how cloud, databases, and network devices save thousands of dollars, hours of tedious work, and streamline operations. Good friends running an AI startup, whose remarkable...

By Louis Columbus, 27 July 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Data Loss, Employees, Security.

Why passwords are the weakest defence in a Zero Trust world

  • 90% of security professionals have witnessed security incidents stemming from the theft of credentials, according to a recent MobileIron study conducted by IDG.
  • 86% of CIO, CISO and Security VPs would abandon password authentication if they could.
  • Another survey by EMA found that mobile devices secured by biometric authentication methods present the best option for replacing passwords.
  • There is a direct correlation between the number of times a user authenticates and the number of user access problems that need to be addressed.

These and many other fascinating insights...

By Louis Columbus, 24 July 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Employees, Security.

Protecting your organisation from phishing scams: A guide

The recent announcement of British Airways’ record-breaking £183 million GDPR fine has put phishing scams back in the spotlight, as this was an integral part of the company’s data breach. Unlike many other forms of cyberattack, phishing scams go after your customer or employee data, including credentials like passwords, financial details or sensitive personal information. This data can then be used or sold on for malicious intent, from identity theft or false transactions, to brute force or...

By Elad Schulman, 19 July 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Data Loss, Employee Education, Employees, Security.

Exploring mobility as a service - and the drivers behind it

Effective managed mobility for your enterprise is the key to getting the most out of your mobile technology spend, but what’s the best way for you to manage how you spend your budget?

If you’re a typical mid-to-large enterprise IT director, you’re probably spending a lot of time wrestling with your capital expenditure allotment or CAPEX. It’s the “traditional” way of acquiring technology for your employees, especially tablets and smartphones....

By Ross Homans, 17 July 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Employees, Enterprise Mobility.

Today’s CIO needs to learn the language of the board: The first lesson

As IT has become more integral to business the role of the CIO is changing. In fact, of all the roles within an organisation, the job of the CIO has changed the most in recent years.  And as businesses everywhere go through their own flavour of digital transformation, the role will continue to evolve.   Where once they were primarily concerned with building and delivering technology, CIOs today are likely to focus more on influencing the...

By Agata Nowakowska, 10 July 2019, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Employees.

Hiscox cyber readiness report notes air of cautious optimism among enterprises

A new report from insurer Hiscox has revealed that while the numbers for cyberattack cost and frequency continue to rise, knowledge and concern is increasing with it.

The report, which analysed 5,400 firms across seven countries, argued cyber threat has “become the unavoidable cost of doing business today.”

Looking at the top figures make for pessimistic reading. The number...

By James Bourne, 09 July 2019, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Employees, Enterprise Mobility, Security.