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Archive for November 2019

Unpatched vulnerability: the main source of data breaching

Many of the organizations suffer from data breaching almost every year, and for the past two years, the ratio is drastically increasing. These organizations are becoming victims to cyber-attacks as they lack proper security measures to counter these threats. According to the report by the Ponemon Institute, half of the organizations have faced the phase…

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What Does the Future Hold for Facial Recognition and AI Technology?

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Recently, Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology and facial recognition is becoming more fascinating for developers around the world. The cutting-edge technology such as facial recognition has broken many boundaries in the past decade – from unlocking your smartphone or prevent terrorism threats. The results are quite promising for the present and future of humanity. The best…

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How Iris Recognition offers a Hygienic, non-contact Solution for Individual identification

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For centuries, developers – whether in the technology or medical sector – have been incorporating ideas, gadgets and inventions to improve the hygienic and ethical issues in the Healthcare industry. However, it doesn’t stop there, developers have integrated these solutions for making life easier when it comes to the everyday living standards of each individual.…

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Widespread misconceptions about the paperless office

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When you hear the phrase ‘paperless office’ what do you think of? What image comes to mind? For most people, it’s the image of an office that is completely devoid of any and all forms of paper – no notebooks, no post-its, no files or folder, and no printers. People usually think that a paperless…

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PDF Passwords are Obsolete. What Now?

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There was a time when PDF password protection was the quickest and easiest way to protect your PDF file. When people wanted to protect their files, they would encrypt their PDF files using a strong password and that would be that. After all, password protection was provided by almost every PDF creation application, it was…

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Passwords and beyond

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Although we are in 2019, many of us are still unaware or completely ignore the basics of password hygiene. Splash Data, the password management specialist, released the ‘World’s Worst Passwords of the Year’ list. It contains the worst passwords that people have and the frequency with which these passwords occur. Worst Passwords Ever According to that…

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Lost in Translation – Document Privacy during Translation

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With each passing day, the physical boundaries of the world are becoming less and less important. Thanks to globalization, the playing field of businesses has grown exponentially. Now a business is not restricted to its physical boundaries. It can reach every corner of the world. It can expand as much as it wants. A business…

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Is your data as protected as you think it is?

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In this age of digital technology and advancements, there are still a lot of people that do not pay much attention to the way they surf the web at home or in the office. New ways of exploiting data are coming up every day, and if you don’t keep up with it, it could spell…

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Improving Customer Experience: Indulgence or Necessity?

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Improving a customer’s experience can either make or break a business. It can offer considerable advantages to businesses. On the flipside, an inferior or no personalized customer experience can drastically reduce the company’s name and image. It could mean the permanent loss of customer base. In a study done by Gartner, a leading research and advisory…

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