Category: Cybersecurity

ChatGPT: A curveball for cybersecurity

Many of you will by now have heard of ChatGPT. It’s an interactive and incredibly powerful machine learning tool that can generate human-like responses across a wide range of topics. Every innovation, though, has its pros and cons. While ChatGPT was coded with good intentions, let’s explore how the tool could be problematic from a cybersecurity standpoint.

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10 Myths in Cybersecurity – Cybersecurity Month Edition

Cybersecurity has emerged as the business imperative in the modern digital world. Regardless of their business nature, size, and industry, global organizations have started investing heavily in cyber defense and training. However, despite the growing emphasis on securing business, several myths and misconceptions about cybersecurity prevent companies from building a robust cybersecurity posture.

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Positive first steps with EU IP Action Plan

With most of the world immersed in the distractions and challenges of Covid-19, vaccines, US presential election outcomes and more, you’d be excused for not being fully up to speed on the inner workings of intellectual property (IP) frameworks within the European Union. However, there are some important policy and legislative changes underway right now which are likely to have a significant long-term impact on the pay media landscape. Let’s take a deeper dive.

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Distractions, threats and reassurances in the COVID-19 era

Whether it is mullet-haired Joe Exotic and his antics in “Tiger King”, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo providing almost presidential daily press conferences or Bill Gates outlining what we are all up against during this global Covid-19 pandemic, various forms of distraction appear to be the norm. But assessing the threats and providing reassurance are the driving motives.

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