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    Ideal for technical professionals who need to understand automotive cyber security evolution, this five-course program explores cyber security issues, vehicular data collection, and automotive applications of blockchain technology.
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New Cyber Security Standard Will Propel Cultural Shift in Automotive Industry

As modern vehicles grow increasingly connected, they are becoming a boon to cyber criminals in the process. According to the AV-TEST Institute, cyber attacks targeting vehicles increased to about 1.1 billion by the end of 2020, compared to roughly 65 million a decade ago.  A ...
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Four Ways to Build MLOps that Avoid “Data Drift” in Machine Learning

Organizations are increasingly adopting machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence that allows software applications to get better at predicting outcomes on their own. While these models can help businesses make better decisions, they have a major weakness. Once the data that support machine learning ...
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Four Areas to Focus Your Digital Transformation Efforts After the Pandemic 

The COVID-19 pandemic forced thousands of organizations around the world to undergo rapid digital transformation as they shifted to remote work. In the process, it upended many long-held assumptions on how businesses should operate. ​​“Digital transformation is less of a digital problem than it is ...
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IBM Report: Cost of Data Breaches Soars to All-Time High During Pandemic

Data breaches currently cost businesses an average of $4.24 million USD, according to IBM’s recently published “Cost Of Data Breach Report”—the highest recorded in the report’s 17-year history. These costs include lost business, regulatory fines, and the price of clearing hackers out of networks. Many ...
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How Will Industries Spur The Growth of Private 5G Networks

Next generation 5G wireless technology will deliver breakneck speeds. However, worldwide rollouts are moving at a less impressive pace (with the exception of East Asia). While individual consumers will likely wait at least a decade before they can access the full benefits of 5G, industries ...
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What Evolving Data Privacy Laws Mean for Organizations

The U.S. state of Colorado has joined California, Virginia, the European Union, and Brazil in passing data privacy legislation. These laws give users greater control over their data and empower them to hold organizations that violate the rules responsible. The Colorado Privacy Act (CPA), scheduled ...
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Expert Tips for Improving Remote Classroom Engagement

With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to transform how college educators teach and students learn, distance learning is becoming a new normal. Many instructors have eased this transformation with “flipped” or “asynchronous” courses, in which they behave more as coaches than instructors. Using this approach, a ...
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NIST: Recommendations for Identifying and Managing Bias in AI

Organizations that fail to prevent bias from slipping into their artificial intelligence (AI) systems may soon find themselves in regulatory trouble. As we discussed in a previous post, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced in April that private companies that sell biased AI systems can ...
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Autonomous Vehicles Standards Need Greater Focus on Vehicle-To-Vehicle (V2V) Communications

A research team from The Ohio State Center for Automotive Research (CAR) is constructing a dedicated platform for cyber security testing in an autonomous vehicle (AV). The Mobility Cyber Range (MCR) platform will be vigorously tested to pinpoint potential cyber security vulnerabilities in AVs. This ...
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