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Chatbot Created By 14-Year-Old Shows (a lot of) Promise

1 year ago

Some chatbots have been more successful than others but one, in particular, stands out and it has been created by a 14-year-old!

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New Security Centre Could Boost UK’s Cyber Defences

1 year ago

Recently there has been much concern around UK’s cyber defence in light of an increase in state-sponsored hacks, an issue which has fast become a major talking point amongst security experts.

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Google’s Intrusive Interstitials Penalty Is Now Live

1 year ago

​Google have started the New Year off with a brand new algorithm change designed to give penalties to websites which use intrusive interstitials on mobile devices.

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Ransom Ranked As Top Motive Behind Cyber-Attacks

1 year ago

Most of us are looking to move on and forget what happened in 2016 for many different reasons. However, something that cannot be ignored was the explosive rise in cyber-attacks throughout the year.

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A Bright Future For Voice Recognition

1 year ago

Voice recognition is being utilised in many different forms in automotive, telecoms, insurance and banking industries and it can range from biometric security to helpful chatbots.

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Bluetooth 5 Will Enable "Seamless" IoT Experiences

1 year ago

It has been more than 20 years since Bluetooth technology was first developed and today it can be seen in every gadget on the market offering low-cost, low-powered wireless connectivity to the masses. The next generation Bluetooth 5 looks very promising and will no doubt become a key component in IoT device

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Yahoo Suffers Biggest Data Breach In History

2 years ago

Earlier this year Yahoo admitted that their systems suffered a data breach in 2014 which resulted in 500 million user accounts being stolen.

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The Rise of Biometric Banking

2 years ago

As consumers are becoming more aware of personal fraud protection there has been an increase in demand for banks to provide sophisticated security such as biometric verification to access their accounts. It seems that recent cyber-theft cases have brought the need for such defences to the forefront.

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TalkTalk's Router Hack Highlights Worldwide Issue

2 years ago

​After last year’s TalkTalk data breach that allowed a 17-year-old hacker to steal 157,000 customers’ personal details, the business received a hefty fine of £400,000 in October for implementing poor website security. Now, just when TalkTalk thought they were safe, another cyber-attack has struck them by surprise.

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VR Technology In The Public Sector

2 years ago

Not only can VR be used for entertainment, but it can also be utilised by private and public sector organisations for many different purposes it would seem. While virtual reality (VR) technology was originally introduced to the market through the gaming market it is now being tested in uncharted waters including public sector services such as healthcare and education.

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