Jay Nair, Chief Operating Officer at Marlabs has been featured on Data Science Central with his new blog on Data Analytics. This is his fifth blog in this series, which talks about the difference between AI and ML.
It’s October, and for those in the field of cyber security (digital security), we know of this month as a special milestone in the eighteenth year of the twenty-first century.
IoT — a buzzword that encompasses almost every product connected to the internet or to each other. It’s become a broad term, used to probably describe any device or product that requires a connection to an office network, home or car to deliver the entirety of its feature set
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Data Loss Prevention system or DLP system is one of the most indispensable system in our IT-Industry. Most of our clients, auditors are keen to understand how we are implementing this DLP and how they will be benefitted with this. As per my personal experience I have seen many auditors/legal teams spending innumerable hours on understanding DLP. Let us discuss in brief about what DLP is and how we can implement it in the current digital transformation phase.
Today’s online adversaries possess unprecedented capabilities along with the financial backing, intelligence, and resources to conduct extremely sophisticated attacks. From state-sponsored cyber criminals to orgarnized hackers to other cyber espionage actors, the list of threat actors is large and growing.
What is driving IoT adoption in enterprises is a need for ready access to operational data along with the ability to instantly respond to operational events, thereby achieving a level of operational intelligence that is real time and boosts end-user experience.
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The hospitality sector has taken on several changes in the past. However, nothing has been nearly as transformative as the digital movement. Going from booking to on-property experience to checkout,…