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Cyberattacks Are Likely To Get More Severe

Cyberattacks Are Likely To Get More Severe

It is unlikely that cyberattacks - many of which are state sponsored - will become more benign as time passes. Rather, it is more likely that cyberattacks - particularly the ransomware variety - become more severe with each successive attack. This week's REvil attack is a perfect example. So much of our enterprise technology is … Continue reading Cyberattacks Are Likely To Get More Severe

AI, ML, Autos, CEOs and Inflation

AI, ML, Autos, CEOs and Inflation

Google is using Machine Learning to design the layout of its next-gen TPU chips. Learn more HERE.Speaking of AI and ML, SS&C Technologies (SSNC) achieved a milestone with its relatively new AI-powered Singularity platform this week. Singularity now boasts more than 50 clients. Read the release HERE. A behavioral change is required to fight cyberattacks. … Continue reading AI, ML, Autos, CEOs and Inflation

The Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack Exposes A Significant Economic and National Security Risk

The Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack Exposes A Significant Economic and National Security Risk

We have written numerous articles about the risks associated with legacy technologies from a cybersecurity perspective. It seems Colonial Pipeline got off easy in its recent ransomware cyberattack. The economic and national security impact would have been significant if an enemy state decided to corrupt Colonial's systems in such a manner so as to prevent … Continue reading The Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack Exposes A Significant Economic and National Security Risk