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Cognitive computing simulates the human thought process in an artificial intelligence (cognitive) environment. Teaching a computer how to use the type of unstructured information usually employed by security analysts requires tools such as data mining, pattern recognition, human-computer interaction or natural language processing. Computerized cognitive systems expand their working database via mining, and as they […]

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Email security is a major concern in enterprises where transmission and storing of email is snooped by the hackers. The only way to strengthen is to follow the best security practices with respect to the service providers. In the enterprise, every email that is sent/received and stored and which contains sensitive information about businesses is […]

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On the morning of 26th June, news of a phishing campaign hit the Israeli media. Thousands of Facebook users complained that they had been infected by a virus through their accounts after they received a message from a Facebook friend claiming they had mentioned them in a comment. Kaspersky Lab decided to investigate. We quickly […]

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Microsoft has scheduled the release of Windows 10 Anniversary Update for August 2. Aside from new and/or improved tools to aid with productivity, gaming, device set-up, and a better, more efficient and helpful Edge browser, this Anniversary Update also brings improved security features. Read More

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Everyone will ask whodunnit, but how can an organization put that information to practical use during disaster recovery and planning for the future? In normal life crises, the jump to assess blame is often the emotional reaction, but rarely the appropriate reaction. Assessing blame for who hit you with a cyber-attack, however — if not […]

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