Technology Trends

Defeating Cyber Attacks on Your Business Will Require Humans and Automation

To defeat cyber crime, humans and robots are going to have to learn to work together. A new McAfee report released today sees a best case scenario where human “threat hunters” team with automation and machine learning technology to fight back against digital thieves. The Need for Cybersecurity Automation The report — Disrupting the Disruptors, Art or Science? — makes it clear …

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Wix Releases Code – A New Custom Design Feature for Web Developers

Wix (NASDAQ:WIX) just released a brand new coding tool for businesses and individuals seeing to create their own custom websites and web applications. The new feature is called Code. And with it, you can create your own custom elements to build the exact website you envision for your business. A Look at Wix Code Code includes several new features that …

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Microsoft Says This Magic Ring Could Make Passwords Obsolete

Could the days of requiring passwords to log on to operating systems be over? According to Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) they could be. Leveraging Windows Hello, technology that recognizes you instantly via a fingerprint reader or a device’s camera, Microsoft is taking online security a step even further by working with Token. Token Ring will Replace Passwords Token is a biometric identity …

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Only 1 in 4 Small Businesses Well Prepared for Cyber Attack

Only a quarter of small businesses feel they are “well prepared” for a cyber-attack on their company. This is according to a recent survey on IT risks organizations face during their everyday work by Netwrix Corporation, provider of a visibility platform for data security and risk mitigation in hybrid environments. Small Businesses Not Feeling Prepared for a Cyber Attack According …

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Top 5 Reasons to Protect Your Site Against DDoS Attacks with Incapsula

Sponsored Post Online security continues to be a concern for all organizations. Not only is it top of mind for WebOps teams to keep their websites protected, but it’s important for their customers to feel safe as well. A distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack can make websites unavailable triggering many additional issues. By flooding your online resources, a DDoS …

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