Data protection aims to ensure both personal information and business information are safe and secure. It is an aspect that requires a lot of resources and dedicated attention as the data volume and the need to store all of the amounts generated increase multi-folds day by day.
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Cyber attacks typically involve illegally accessing, altering, or deleting sensitive information to extort money from users or disrupt corporate activities. Nowadays, these attacks are increasing many folds and are becoming cleverer, making them even more challenging to detect.
Internet scams are an ever-present threat that no one is immune to. Scammers never miss a chance to attack both individuals and businesses, so you are always in danger of losing money, assets, and private information. Phishing scams started in the 90s and became a prominent issue at the beginning of the 2000s. While they are not new, these scams have become increasingly sophisticated and pose a serious threat to many businesses.
As a result of the ever-increasing amount of data, reducing the need for manual tasks in data management is a key objective every business should be pursuing. These data management best practices are used by industry-leading businesses to help increase visibility into their data and reduce costly errors.
Wonder how Netflix is able to suggest TV series that match your interests, or how Amazon recommends personalised products, thus urging you to buy more? These are all made possible thanks to Artificial Intelligence and machine learning.
Data is the lifeblood of every organisation, the valuable asset that each employee generates an endless amount of daily. Effectively collecting and analysing data can help you understand your customers better and make more informed decisions.
Scam emails. They have been a nuisance ever since the email was invented. Most scam emails are only an annoyance clogging up your inbox, but some can pose a significant threat to your personal and business data.
When people explore vast uncharted seas of the world wide web to find the content of their choice, they need to be aware, as dangers are hiding underneath of surface. For many, the statement that the internet is not a safe place comes as no surprise, but when it comes to phishing (which is a form of scam) being just careful may not always be enough.