How 6G can help deal with cyberattacks

Emerging tech like ML and AI will need robust cybersecurity to enable widespread adoption. Here's how 6G can make them more secure.

Start with “why” when building your data-first modernisation strategy

Companies first need to figure out the purpose behind their data-first modernisation efforts, and the rest will follow.

How CIOs can make their supply chains more intelligent

Here's how industrial edge computing can help IT decision makers build smarter, better supply chains for their organisations.

Better apps for tomorrow start with multi-model databases today

Businesses have moved to multi-model databases in developing their applications. Here are several reasons why.

Why cloud backups are the solution to ransomware

Having cloud backups would enable an organisation to recover from a ransomware attack with minimal downtime. Here's why.

Ransomware is not new, so why are businesses still falling for it?

Here are several things that businesses can do to improve their cyber hygiene and minimise the impact of ransomware.

Why authenticity is the next big thing in managing threats

Using AI in an authentic manner is necessary in managing the risk of cyberthreats. Here are a few things that leaders should consider.

A distrustful digital supply chain is one that stays safe

Having a digital supply chain is a boon for businesses, but it comes with cybersecurity risks. Here are a few ways to mitigate them.

Securing IT, OT, IoT, and IoMT in healthcare

Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) devices can pose healthcare risks. Here's what you should know and how you can secure them.

What can security teams learn from the Uber breach?

Here are the steps that occurred in the Uber data breach last September, and how such attacks can be mitigated.
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AI, ML in cybersecurity can be two-edged: Exclusive Networks CEO

We spoke with Exclusive Networks' Jesper Trolle on how enterprises can harness AI and ML to defend against hackers.