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There is no denying that data is invaluable. It underpins everything we do, especially being in the digital age. If anything happens to any of our servers we use backup copies to restore lost data. We use data to make decisions; some simple and others life changing e.g. using data to develop cures for illnesses. […]

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Some good election security news for a change: France is dropping its plans for remote Internet voting, because it’s concerned about hacking.

As a commentator adds, “The French prior experience with electronic internal party primary elections for selecting leaders or candidates didn’t go very well.”

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The U.S. Department of Justice yesterday argued that it should not have to reveal the maker of a tool used last year to crack an alleged terrorist’s iPhone or disclose how much it paid for the hacking job, court documents showed. That tool was used last year by the FBI to access a password-protected iPhone […]

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Salesforce is getting into the computer vision business with a new tool designed to let users easily train a custom image recognition system. Einstein Vision, as it’s known, allows users to upload sets of images and classify them in a series of categories. After that, the system will create a recognizer based on machine learning […]

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