How Can Businesses Defend Themselves Against Common Cyberthreats?

TechRepublic consolidated expert advice on how businesses can defend themselves against the most common cyberthreats, including zero-days, ransomware and deepfakes.

By |2024-05-10T13:00:08+00:00May 10, 2024|ai, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, CXO, cyber security, cybersecurity, data breach, deepfakes, Hardware, International, Internet of Things, iot, ransomware, Security, social engineering, Software, supply chain, Uncategorized, zero-days|Comments Off on How Can Businesses Defend Themselves Against Common Cyberthreats?

Gartner: 4 Bleeding-Edge Technologies in Australia

Gartner recently identified emerging tech that will impact enterprise leaders in APAC. Here’s what IT leaders in Australia need to know about these innovative technologies.

The Tech Needed to Survive This Decade’s ‘Seismic’ APAC B2B Trends

From generative AI and virtual prototyping to the Internet of Things, blockchain and data analytics, Merkle has predicted that four shifts in the business-to-business market will shape tech buying appetites.

MWC Barcelona 2024: Telecom Giants Form Alliance To Promote AI Capabilities

Enterprise news highlights from Mobile World Congress 2024 include novel AI and 5G capabilities, concept laptops and phones.

By |2024-03-01T16:28:18+00:00February 27, 2024|5G, Apple, Artificial Intelligence, at&t, Cloud, dell, Edge, EU, Google, human ai, Innovation, intel, International, Internet of Things, iot, lenovo, Microsoft, mobile world congress, Mobility, motorola, mwc 2024, nokia, qualcomm, rsim, sk telecom, Uncategorized, Wearable Tech, windows|Comments Off on MWC Barcelona 2024: Telecom Giants Form Alliance To Promote AI Capabilities

Botnet Attack Targeted Routers: A Wake-Up Call for Securing Remote Employees’ Hardware

The FBI spotted this state-sponsored attack that highlights how home office setups can be overlooked when it comes to employees’ cybersecurity.

By |2024-02-09T15:44:55+00:00February 2, 2024|botnet, cisco, CXO, cybersecurity, ddos, federal bureau of investigation, Hardware, home office, Internet of Things, IT Policies, Netgear, Networking, Security, Tech & Work, u.s. department of justice, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Botnet Attack Targeted Routers: A Wake-Up Call for Securing Remote Employees’ Hardware
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