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How Blockchain Will Revolutionize Cyber Security

From healthcare to supply chains, the decentralized nature of blockchain has the potential to fundamentally restructure the way organizations do business. Once fully implemented, it will also make the internet far more secure against cyber attacks – and give users greater control over their personal data. How Does Blockchain Make the Internet More Secure? Centralized […]

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More Organizations Slapped With Big Fines Under New Privacy Laws

As the 2022 Winter Olympics began, so too did increased concerns over security. While no threats have been detected so far, the FBI has warned that various cyber criminals could try to take advantage of the Olympics to “make money, sow confusion, increase their notoriety, discredit adversaries, and advance ideological goals,” Tech Radar reported.  Among […]

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Eight Digital Transformation Evolutions That Will Happen 2022

After thousands of organizations were forced to digitally transform during the COVID-19 pandemic, many leaders are wondering what’s next. While the adoption of digital transformation accelerates, the pandemic also continues to present challenges to organizations’ digital transformation plans. As such, leaders should prepare to deal with the unexpected, embrace new processes and innovations, and let […]

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Three Major Leadership “Perception Gaps” Hindering Cyber Security 

Since 2020, waves of ransomware attacks have battered both private and government sectors. To combat this, the U.S. government has released a strategy aimed at pushing federal agencies to boost their cyber security efforts.  According to CNN, the plan aims to integrate a “zero-trust” approach to cyber security, a philosophy which dictates that a network […]

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Four Ways to Ensure Your Digital Transformation’s Success in the New Year

If you thought your digital transformation was going to be a slow-moving transition, think again. According to a recent research report from Information Services Group (ISG), the COVID-19 pandemic has expedited enterprise digital transformation by three to five years. Also, it’s a major trend in modern business fueling demand for technology and service providers, reports […]

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Innovation At Work’s Top Five Reads from 2021

Climate change. The COVID-19 pandemic. Cyber security attacks. Artificial intelligence (AI) and data privacy regulations. The shift to 5G. These were all common themes in 2021, and are likely to continue affecting us well into the new year. To learn more, check out our top reads from 2021:  Four Cyber Security Resolutions to Adopt in […]

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Four Cyber Security Resolutions to Adopt in the New Year

2021 proved to be a tough year for cyber security. After a slew of ransomware attacks forced a number of companies to dole out millions of dollars, a major vulnerability has been discovered in “Log4j,” the software behind a number of popular software applications. Unlike previous attacks that primarily targeted organizations, the Log4j vulnerability poses […]

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What To Know About China’s New Data Privacy Laws

The world’s most populated country is now regulating data privacy. As of September 2021, China passed two laws that contain data processing requirements for organizations headquartered in and outside its borders: the Data Security Law (DSL) and the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL). How might these new laws impact your organization? Here’s what you need […]

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Hackers Intensify Attacks On Tech Companies and Universities  

The hacking syndicate known as Nobelium— the group behind a large number of breaches in the U.S. government and private companies this year, including the notorious SolarWinds attack— has amplified attacks on tech companies in recent months, according to cyber security experts at Microsoft. “Nobelium has been attempting to replicate the approach it has used […]

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