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Cyber criminals also target backups with their encryption attacks. Why? Because this creates even more blackmail pressure and doubles the ransom sums.
Quantum technology made in Germany and Ireland
Unbreakable encryption and life-saving drugs developed with unprecedented precision are just a small taste of the transformative future that quantum computing promises.
Flood of data
Today’s companies are faced with a constantly growing flood of data. In addition, many are struggling with a large number of different monitoring tools in order to get to grips with these volumes of data and prepare them for well-founded decisions.
Many companies view the topic of identity management and administration (IGA) like the referee in soccer: if the referee makes the right decisions, it is hardly rewarded.
IT security researchers also threatened and harassed
In the extortion campaign against Snowflake customers, cybercriminals are demanding ransom payments of between 300,000 and 5 million US dollars from up to 10 companies. This is reported by security experts investigating the attacks.
Computer vision and the data-centric AI pipeline
Data-Centric AI (DCAI) represents a pioneering approach in AI by focusing on the quality and relevance of data to optimize machine learning models and system performance.
Controversial training of the software
The Facebook group Meta wanted to use public posts from users in Europe to train its AI models. After pressure from data protectionists, nothing will come of it for the time being.
Utilizing the growing talent pool
As hackers become more skilled, the fight against cybercrime is becoming increasingly challenging. This problem transcends industry boundaries and affects small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), large corporations and the public sector alike.
End of the 16-digit card number
Mastercard announces that it will introduce the tokenization of credit cards for online payments throughout Europe by 2030. Manually entering the 16-digit card number will then be a thing of the past.