Cloud computing services – ICT Nieuws http://ictnieuws.net/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 13:51:50 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://ictnieuws.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-37-120x120.png Cloud computing services – ICT Nieuws http://ictnieuws.net/ 32 32 Data Science and Analytics for Environmental Good https://ictnieuws.net/data-science-and-analytics-for-environmental-good/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 08:32:22 +0000 https://ictnieuws.net/data-science-and-analytics-for-environmental-good/ When we think of a qualifier for the environment of our planet, the word alarming comes to mind. In the 2030 Agenda of the UN preamble, world leaders pledged to be “determined to protect the planet from degradation, including through sustainable consumption and production, sustainably managing its natural resources and taking urgent action against climate […]]]>

When we think of a qualifier for the environment of our planet, the word alarming comes to mind. In the 2030 Agenda of the UN preamble, world leaders pledged to be “determined to protect the planet from degradation, including through sustainable consumption and production, sustainably managing its natural resources and taking urgent action against climate change, so that it can support the needs of present and future generations.” The significant environmental costs associated with unprecedented global economic expansion have apparently undermined the potential for social and sustainable development. We have yet to make sufficient progress towards environmental sustainability and the promotion of environmental sustainability is necessary to make the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) more achievable and to ensure the sustainability of our planet.

Globally, there is a need to manage and prevent the increase in risks and disasters due to the effects of climate change, air, soil and water pollution, loss of biodiversity and land degradation. In the absence of reforms, the situation seems hopeless. The “world’s ability to meet human needs” is also under threat due to a major extinction crisis.

The implementation of the SDGs requires a series of data, ideas and statistics. For decision-makers to develop strategies and make important choices, information must be relevant, thorough, timely, appropriate and sufficient. While the statistical volume still needs to be solidified, data literacy needs to advance at every stage of the decision-making process. It will take a lot of coordinated work from data users and developers to explore data-driven solutions. Innovative technology to produce and use data and statistics will also be needed to overcome the multilevel challenges of sustainable development.

Data science and artificial intelligence (AI) are helping to advance important environmental projects, from monitoring the climate to protecting wildlife and connecting people with nature, even if the technology is not not the only solution to the problem.

This article will talk about how data science and AI have helped achieve environmental goals in line with the SDGs.

Building a digital twin to revolutionize climate prediction

A “digital twin” is primarily a virtual representation, in this example, of land, water, air, and life on Earth. The European Union-led Destination Earth initiative simulates human and natural activity to monitor the state of the planet. The planetary-scale numerical model will collect continuous data in real time and offer incredibly accurate predictions of climate change, planetary resources, extreme weather conditions and natural disasters, such as fires, cyclones, droughts and flooding.

Over the next seven to ten years, Destination Earth (or, DestinE) will be rolled out gradually. The aim is to give decision makers, the scientific community and other users a way to assess different scenarios and better support environmental and sustainable development strategies. The ability to predict environmental changes and assess the effects of human activities on the globe are both possible with a digital Earth.

Control pollution

Large-scale pollution is a major problem in urban areas. The Internet of Things (IoT) collects information about urban pollution from a number of sources, such as vehicle emissions, airflow direction, pollen levels, weather, volumes traffic, etc. Following the extraction of all the required data, machine learning algorithms evaluate this data and modify the appropriate prediction models based on a number of variables including season, different city topologies, etc. Using this, machine learning algorithms can provide pollution forecasts for different areas of the city, alerting city officials to the onset of a problem. Google Maps and Waze are two examples of smart transportation apps where AI is already in use. These apps use machine learning algorithms to improve navigation, promote safety, and provide information about traffic flows and congestion (eg, Nexar).

Using AI for wildlife protection, ocean cleanup and other purposes

In seconds, artificial intelligence can classify many photos. The same large-scale classification of data could require hundreds of human hours to duplicate. Future applications of AI could be made to solve thousands of environmental problems. For example, researchers can spot patterns and track changes on land surfaces, such as shrinking sea areas and ice caps, which can be used to assess future hazards. This is made possible by artificial intelligence (AI) and NASA data. Another method to anticipate, plan and prepare for future floods has been developed by the environmental organization Chesapeake Conservancy. This is a detailed map that covers 10,000 square miles between New York and southern Virginia, focusing on areas that drain into the Chesapeake Bay. This map, which was created using AI and satellite imagery, is the most accurate available for flood preparedness as it can display features as small as 3 square feet.

Disaster response and weather forecasting

Drones, rugged adaptive platforms and other instruments can be used to monitor earthquakes, floods, windstorms, sea level changes and other potential natural hazards. Through the use of automatic triggers and the availability of real-time information, this technology can help the government and relevant agencies take quick action, enabling early evacuations whenever needed. The impact of extreme weather events on infrastructure and other systems is modeled by various weather companies, technology companies like IBM and Palantir, and insurance companies using AI in conjunction with conventional modeling techniques based on physics to provide advice on disaster risk management strategies. .

Future AI techniques could successfully develop a digital dashboard for the planet that would enable global monitoring, modeling, prediction and management of environmental processes. Monitoring deforestation, CO2 levels, sea levels, wildlife movements, illegal activities, pollution and improving the prediction of natural disasters are just a few examples.

Time and resources are running out globally, so this strategy must be implemented immediately in order to accomplish environmental improvements. Data and AI are empirically needed to bring about the changes our planet needs. For the benefit of our planet and the future quality of life, collaboration between research organizations, businesses, industries, governments and non-profit organizations around the world must be established. As Hilary Mason, data scientist and founder of Fast Forward Labs, said, “The main benefit of data is that it tells you something about the world that you didn’t know before.”

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Why are website captchas vulnerable to cyberattacks? https://ictnieuws.net/why-are-website-captchas-vulnerable-to-cyberattacks/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 13:55:31 +0000 https://ictnieuws.net/why-are-website-captchas-vulnerable-to-cyberattacks/ CAPTCHA and reCAPTCHA are common on all websites that require user interaction and the filling of online forms. Although they were a bit annoying at first, as CAPTCHA technology evolved into the Google reCAPTCHA standard, they became less numerous. The question on the table is, however, how safe are they? Can they be fooled? For […]]]>

CAPTCHA and reCAPTCHA are common on all websites that require user interaction and the filling of online forms. Although they were a bit annoying at first, as CAPTCHA technology evolved into the Google reCAPTCHA standard, they became less numerous.

The question on the table is, however, how safe are they? Can they be fooled? For many years, CAPTCHAs have been the first line of defense against spambots, fake traffic, and denial of service (DoS) attacks. Most businesses and organizations with a significant online presence these days, when threat actors successfully circumvent CAPTCHA checks, they can seriously damage the credibility of online marketing campaigns and the reputation of those organizations.

What is CAPTCHA?

In the 1950s, computer scientist Alan Turning developed a test in which a computer was challenged to exhibit human characteristics through written communication. This test laid the foundation for future computer scientists to develop and use this conceptual methodology to create the CAPTCHA.


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CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) was designed to challenge users on web forms and authentication. Malicious actors create automated applications to fill out forms and click buttons on high-speed websites. This can lead to increased costs for organizations, wasted time and budget for their sales teams.

Due to the effectiveness of this challenge response in blocking malicious spambots, CAPTCHA quickly became the preferred method for effectively dealing with spambots.

CAPTCHA generates a distorted image from the source code and presents the image to the user as a visual challenge. The user would then analyze the image and respond to the prompt by providing a plain text qualifier.

CAPTCHA vulnerabilities

What is concerning, however, is that CAPTCHA could be bypassed and become useless when exploited by malicious actors.

Click on Farms

Much like click farms, threat actors can employ real people to gain access to websites they wish to target with spam. These farms usually consist of numerous workstations or mobile devices operated by malicious actors that interact with an organization’s website to capture nonsense information. As they are real human beings, they can decipher CAPTCHAS normally.

Cross-site scripting

Using a mechanism called Cross-site scripting, hackers could gain access to your customers’ personal information. Cross-site scripting (XSS) is an attack in which a malicious script is injected into the code of a trusted website. An XSS attack is frequently initiated by sending a malicious link to a user and tricking the user into clicking it.

If the application or website does not clean its data properly, the malicious script executes the threat actor’s code on the user’s system. Therefore, the attacker can steal the active session cookie from the user and, in this case, the CAPTCHA. This type of attack can easily occur without the knowledge of the user.

Optical character recognition software

By using modern Optical Character Recognition (OCR), hackers can solve most CAPTCHA challenges presented by your website. At the start of CAPTCHA, OCR technology was not yet advanced enough to decipher the mangled text used by the challenge. In recent years, OCR technology has advanced so much that cloud-based OCR robots can easily decipher distorted text.

Because CAPTCHAs offer multiple attempts for users to complete the challenge, threat actors can run their OCR software through CAPTCHA challenges multiple times before being denied access.

Artificial intelligence engines

Some malicious actors even go so far as to resort to artificial intelligence (IA) engines. These artificial intelligence engines rely on neural models, learning to decipher CAPTCHAs as they are exposed to them.

In conclusion

While modern reCAPTCHAs use much more complex mechanisms than simply presenting a challenge to a user, many websites still haven’t upgraded to the latest technology. The Google engine behind this technology would use biometric data such as mouse movements, browser history and IP addresses to interactively check whether the “person” using the website is a human or a bot.

Businesses and organizations need to understand that threat actors become extremely cunning and that cybersecurity systems need multiple layers of security to be effective. A comprehensive security platform will help organizations detect and block malicious traffic in real time, whether the source is paid or natural, and provide greater insight into marketing analytics.

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Go digital with blockchain technology https://ictnieuws.net/go-digital-with-blockchain-technology/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 13:30:00 +0000 https://ictnieuws.net/go-digital-with-blockchain-technology/ FUTURE sailors at the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP) will no longer need to carry their bulky certificates with them when they go to sea for their ocean-going vessels. Navigating full speed in its bid to go paperless, MAAP launched an e-wallet that would hold all of its cadets’ records, from enrollment […]]]>

FUTURE sailors at the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP) will no longer need to carry their bulky certificates with them when they go to sea for their ocean-going vessels.

Navigating full speed in its bid to go paperless, MAAP launched an e-wallet that would hold all of its cadets’ records, from enrollment to graduation, using blockchain technology.

“It’s very hard to hack. So what we’ve done is all of our cadets now their certificate will have QR codes. There’s a picture taken of [these], and they are loaded into the cadet’s e-wallet. The cadet will only show their e-wallet to show their certificates,” said Vice Admiral Eduardo Ma.R. Santos, President of MAAP and concurrent Vice President of the Associated Marine Officers and Seamen’s Union of the Philippines (Amosup) .

Adoption of the digital wallet begins this 2022-2023 academic year, Santos said shortly after the launch, which was one of the highlights of the Nautical Institute’s Philippine branch’s 50th anniversary celebration. the Nautical Institute held at the Amosup convention. Center on November 18.

“Lahat ng estudyante may e-wallet na; ilo-load na namin ‘yung mga certificates na natapos na nila. Pati COC (Certificates of Competency) at COP (Certificates of Proficiency), ikakarga na namin sa e-wallet”, a- he declared.

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This development will eliminate the need for seafarers to have their numerous documents on board or when dealing with the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) or their employment agency.

“His blockchain, wala na silang bitbit na certificates from enrollment to graduation until they become sailors and naval officer, nasa blockchain na sila; personal file na nila iyon,” Santos said.

“If Port State Control wants to see their certificates, they can scan their QR code; all records are in the e-wallet,” he added.

As far as security is concerned, cadet and seafarer staffing agencies can access their e-wallets, but they can only read the records and cannot tamper with them.

Only cadets and sailors can make changes. If the files were accidentally deleted, “can back up to MAAP server,” Santos assured.

In no time, the industry, especially Maritime Higher Education Institutions (MHEIs), is expected to embrace this pioneering MAAP initiative run by Amosup.

Santos said the e-wallet project does not require any large investment and is free for cadets.

His statement is corroborated by Captain Jitesh Jaipuriyar, MAAP’s partner and technology provider in the e-wallet initiative.

“It’s expensive because it has a lot of value, but it’s inexpensive,” Jaipuriyar said.

“In the e-wallet we just launched, it is important that we do not charge any pennies to sailors. Sailors can have the e-wallet free for life,” Jaipuriyar said.

He explained that “there is a certain amount of subscription fee for the data user, it can be shipowners or personnel companies, but seafarers don’t pay”.

Jaipuriyar, who has spent many years sailing with Filipino sailors, is proud to have pioneered the e-wallet project in the Philippines and MAAP.

“Hats off to VAdm Santos; he is our guiding pillar who is here to embrace new technologies. We need a leader like this to overcome new challenges in order to become relevant in these changing times,” he said. he declares.

Under Santos’ leadership, the country’s leading maritime institution based in Bataan is a consistent pioneer in using modern information and communications technology to improve the quality of its education and stay on par with the countries’ maritime institutions. developed.

He recently partnered with GenuineIN Technologies to begin building MAAP’s talent ecosystem that will be connected to industry stakeholders for degree exchange, student profiling, talent analytics, and eventually , recruitment.

GenuineIN Technologies, the provider of the world’s first genuine profile system with a network of credential and data authentication providers, will use artificial intelligence (AI) technology to improve the employability of graduates of the MAAP.

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Singapore police warn against FTX phishing scams https://ictnieuws.net/singapore-police-warn-against-ftx-phishing-scams/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 17:16:22 +0000 https://ictnieuws.net/singapore-police-warn-against-ftx-phishing-scams/ Singapore police have reminded investors to beware of websites that falsely claim they can help them recover assets from cryptocurrency exchange FTX, which has now ceased operations. Local news source Channel News Asia said that on November 19, police issued a warning about a website that claimed to be operated by the United States Department […]]]>

Singapore police have reminded investors to beware of websites that falsely claim they can help them recover assets from cryptocurrency exchange FTX, which has now ceased operations.

Local news source Channel News Asia said that on November 19, police issued a warning about a website that claimed to be operated by the United States Department of Justice and urged FTX users to register using their account credentials.

Customers of the site, who has not been named, are led to believe that they “could withdraw their assets after paying the legal costs”. The website is aimed at local investors who have been affected by the collapse of FTX.

Authorities said the website was a phishing scam designed to trick naïve people into divulging their personal information.

Fake online articles offering cryptocurrency auto trading systems in the country seem to have flourished lately; therefore, local authorities have warned citizens to beware of such content when browsing the Internet.

These articles often include famous Singaporean politicians, such as Tan Chuan-jin, who is the speaker of the Singaporean parliament.

While this isn’t the first time Singapore police have issued public warnings of crypto fraud, new market advancements have made investors more vulnerable to assault than before.

One million creditors and investors are expected to have been negatively affected as a result of the FTX bankruptcy.

They could potentially lose billions of dollars as a group.

The city-state has issued several warnings to investors that digital assets are highly volatile, and it has even banned the promotion of cryptocurrencies on social media platforms.

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Analytics and Data Science News for the week of November 11; Updates to Alteryx, Aunalytics, Power BI and more https://ictnieuws.net/analytics-and-data-science-news-for-the-week-of-november-11-updates-to-alteryx-aunalytics-power-bi-and-more/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 20:45:37 +0000 https://ictnieuws.net/analytics-and-data-science-news-for-the-week-of-november-11-updates-to-alteryx-aunalytics-power-bi-and-more/ The editors of Solutions Review have curated this list of the most notable analytics and data science news for the week of November 18, 2022. Keeping tabs on all the most relevant analytics and data science news can be a daunting task. Accordingly, our editorial team aims to provide a summary of the top headlines […]]]>

The editors of Solutions Review have curated this list of the most notable analytics and data science news for the week of November 18, 2022.

Keeping tabs on all the most relevant analytics and data science news can be a daunting task. Accordingly, our editorial team aims to provide a summary of the top headlines from the past month, in this space. Solutions Review editors will curate news on vendor products, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital funding, talent acquisition, and other notable analytics and data science news stories .

Top Analytics and Data Science News for the week ending November 18, 2022

Alteryx Announces Early Access to New SaaS Design Experience

Alteryx announced early access to the easy-to-use Designer experience in Alteryx Analytics Cloud to make analytics accessible to all users. The new Designer interface will be powered by the Alteryx Analytics Cloud Platform, which means all cloud users will have access to the no-code, browser-based analytics tool, with in-database pushback processing for cloud data warehouses.

Read on to find out more.

Aunalytics Unveils Enterprise Analytics as a Managed Service for Secondary Markets

Enterprise Analytics is a managed service staffed by experts in data analytics, data engineering, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning. The new solution combines the tools and technology needed to help companies achieve their analytics goals for business success.

Read on to find out more.

Deloitte includes Sigmoid, Domino Data Lab, Incorta, DataRobot and more in the 2022 Fast 500

Now in its 28th year, the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 recognizes the most innovative and fastest growing public and private companies across North America. The awards program was created to recognize the passion and dedication needed to be an industry disruptor in the technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences, fintech and technology sectors. energy.

Read on to find out more.

KNIME announces the release of KNIME Business Hub

KNIME Business Hub provides organizations with a single environment where all data workers can securely collaborate and share best practices, as well as deploy and monitor their analytics workflows. KNIME Business Hub is available in two configurations: Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition.

Read on to find out more.

Microsoft announces support for paginated reports in Power BI Pro

Now, Microsoft Power BI customers have the ability to create and use interactive reports as well as paginated reports using Power BI Pro. The new feature will roll out gradually over the next few weeks and should be available in all regions by the end of the calendar year.

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MotherDuck raises $47.5 million for a serverless data analytics platform

Funding came from Andreessen Horowitz, Redpoint, Madrona, Amplify, and Altimeter to provide an easy-to-use serverless data analytics platform for data big and small. MotherDuck also partners with the DuckDB team to combine the elegance and speed of DuckDB with the collaboration and scalability of the cloud.

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Solutions Review Data Management and Analytics Announces Executive Roundtable Teaser for 4th Annual BI Insight Jam

Insight Jam BadgeSolutions Review reveals Philip Russom, Mark Diamond, Robert Eve, Susan Walsh – The Classification Guru, Tom Redman “the Data Doc” and David Loshin as Executive round table moderators and panelists. This year, Solutions Review is doubling down on its popular expert panel segments to meet demand for what its editors do best; bring together industry experts to publish the web’s best content for business technologists.

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TIBCO’s ibi WebFOCUS Wins Best Product at 2022 SaaS Awards for BI and Analytics

WebFOCUS is a business intelligence and analytics solution that combines data management, visual discovery, predictive analytics, and visualizations. WebFOCUS connects to an organization’s existing data and analytics stack, enabling customers to build reports, dashboards, and customer-facing applications at scale with deployments of over 25 million.

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TigerGraph launches new cloud graph offering with integrated data visualization and ML

Available on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and Microsoft Azure, TigerGraph Cloud now offers users a complete and streamlined approach to deploying and maintaining multiple graph database solutions with visual analysis tools and machine learning.​​

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Zenlytic Raises $5.4M in Seed Venture Capital

The round was led by Bain Capital Ventures. Other participants in the round include Primary Venture Partners, Correlation Ventures, Company Ventures, Habitat Partners and the Sequoia Scout Fund. Zenlytic is a branding tool that unifies business intelligence and product analytics in a simple, natural language interface

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Healthcare Cyber ​​Security Market to Hit $70.55 Bn by 2030, https://ictnieuws.net/healthcare-cyber-security-market-to-hit-70-55-bn-by-2030/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 10:16:25 +0000 https://ictnieuws.net/healthcare-cyber-security-market-to-hit-70-55-bn-by-2030/ Newark, Nov. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The brainy Insights estimates that the USD 15.99 billion in 2022 healthcare cyber security market will reach USD 70.55 billion by 2030. In just eight years, healthcare cyber security has moved from an uncertain, standalone niche use case to a fast-growing, high return on investment (ROI) application that […]]]>

Newark, Nov. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The brainy Insights estimates that the USD 15.99 billion in 2022 healthcare cyber security market will reach USD 70.55 billion by 2030. In just eight years, healthcare cyber security has moved from an uncertain, standalone niche use case to a fast-growing, high return on investment (ROI) application that delivers user value. These developments indicate the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI), and the market is still in its infancy.

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Key Insight of the Healthcare Cyber ​​Security Market

Asia Pacific to account for the fastest CAGR of 23.47% during the forecast period

Asia Pacific is expected to have the fastest CAGR of 23.47% in the healthcare cyber security market. Key factors favoring the growth of the healthcare cyber security market in Asia Pacific are the healthcare sector’s rising adoption and penetration of the internet. Additionally, the market expansion is fueled by the increased digitalization and acceptance of Electronic Health Records (EHRs), wireless medical devices, and telemedicine. Further, throughout the projected period, the market expansion would be aided by the rising number of cyberattacks in the area. The enhanced detection and response platform for Trend Micro Vision One was released in

February 2021 by the Japanese multinational cyber security software company Trend Micro.

However, in 2022, the healthcare cyber security market was dominated by North America. The main drivers of the market’s expansion are the existence of large corporations and the increased use of cyber security by healthcare organizations. The industry is supported by increased spending on technical development and cyber security. The advanced healthcare infrastructure is also attributed to market expansion. Another factor propelling market expansion is the advent of unique devices to protect patient data in the healthcare industry. For instance, Cisco produced its most recent “Cisco Umbrella” in 2018. It was applied at the University of Kansas Hospital to protect medical equipment and financial data from ransomware.

The malware segment accounted for the largest market share of 23.81% in 2022.

In 2022, the malware segment held a 23.81% market share, dominating the market. Healthcare institutions in the United States experienced ransomware attacks, leading to an average ransom demand of USD 169,446 and that helped criminals earn USD 15.6 million in ransom from the country’s healthcare sector in 2022. Additionally, 560 healthcare establishments were the targets of ransomware attacks by the malware strain.

The hospitals’ segment accounted for the largest market share of 27.94% in 2022.

With about 27.94% of the total revenue in 2022, the hospitals segment dominated the market. Hospitals are particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks because of the vast amounts of patient data they store. Additionally, these attacks rise when a pandemic endangers patient care and personal information. As a result, cybersecurity use will increase.

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Advancement in market

Clinical and general Internet of Things (IoT) medical devices were expanded by Mediagate. The release of an announcement that would enable accurate and thorough medical device management for cyberattack defense was seen in 2019.

Identity management is required for the management of security services. As well as cloud security in the healthcare industry, Atos unveiled its first all-inclusive cybersecurity solution. The release of this comprehensive cybersecurity solution was seen in 2019. The company asked about 300 healthcare organizations to use this cyberattack tactic.

To identify, assess, and respond to cyber security threats in both private and public hospitals, Skeye is a cybersecurity solution that GE Healthcare had previously revealed. The cyber security program was introduced in 2020. The solution offers visibility and threat resolution while assisting in preventing vulnerabilities.

Market Dynamics

Driver: Increasing demand for cyber security in the healthcare sector

Due to cyberattacks and data breaches in the healthcare industry, there has been a shift in the market for healthcare cyber security. As a consequence of significant factors such as an increase in cybercrime, a growth in healthcare spending, and a more considerable significance of cyber security in the healthcare sector, it is predicted that the market for healthcare cyber security will grow throughout the forecast period. The many global government measures to protect personal information would significantly enhance the market growth for healthcare cyber security. Security must be a top priority for all healthcare organizations, including hospitals, clinics, and pharmaceutical companies. The rise in internet and device usage in the industry is a key element driving the healthcare cyber security market. Remote access devices were used more often because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Restraint: Lack of awareness

Although it is projected that the healthcare cyber security market will grow significantly throughout the forecast period, several limitations will eventually hamper growth. Healthcare workers and others do not understand the significance of cyber security, especially regarding security software. Medical records continue to be a resource and a risk for healthcare organizations. Numerous personal information, such as social security numbers, bank account numbers, and others, are used on the black market. It is essential to stay alert to these hazards and change with technological changes.

Opportunity: Increasing phishing incidents in the healthcare sector

The pandemic increased the number of phishing instances in the healthcare industry, and the market has grown. As more industries, including the healthcare industry, use the internet and numerous digital platforms, the demand for cybersecurity is increasing. The availability of cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions is also projected to support the market’s growth. Governments and other health organizations are making healthcare cybersecurity system investments and new initiatives. Healthcare cybersecurity is a growing market due to the increase in data breaches.

Challenge: High cost of cybersecurity solutions

The cash available to healthcare organizations is limited, and only a tiny fraction of the IT budget is designated for cybersecurity. Hospitals and other healthcare facilities prioritize operational effectiveness over cybersecurity, which leaves few safeguards for digital assets. Even when practical and effective solutions are considered, the cost of cybersecurity solutions remains a significant obstacle to expanding the healthcare cybersecurity market.

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Some of the major players operating in the healthcare cyber security market are:

• IBM
• Symantec
• MacAfee
• Kaspersky
• Northrop Grumman
• Fortinet Inc.
• Cisco
• Trend Micro
• Imperva Inc.
• Lockheed Martin
• Medigate Ltd.
• FireEye
• Intel

Key Segments cover in the market:

By Type of Threat:

• DDoS
• Spyware
• Malware
• Lost or Stolen Devices
• Advanced Persistent Threat
• Others

By End Use:

• Medical Devices
• Hospitals
• Pharma & Chemicals
• Health Insurance
• Others

By Region

• North America (US, Canada, Mexico)
• Europe (Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, Rest of Europe)
• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, Rest of APAC)
• South America (Brazil and the Rest of South America)
• The Middle East and Africa (UAE, South Africa, Rest of MEA)

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The market is analyzed based on value (USD Billion). All the segments have been analyzed worldwide, regional, and country basis. The study includes the analysis of more than 30 countries for each part. The report analyzes driving factors, opportunities, restraints, and challenges for gaining critical insight into the market. The study includes porter’s five forces model, attractiveness analysis, product analysis, supply, and demand analysis, competitor position grid analysis, distribution, and marketing channels analysis.

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Decoding the potential of blockchain technology in the cold supply chain network https://ictnieuws.net/decoding-the-potential-of-blockchain-technology-in-the-cold-supply-chain-network/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 15:39:24 +0000 https://ictnieuws.net/decoding-the-potential-of-blockchain-technology-in-the-cold-supply-chain-network/ Over the past few years, blockchain has evolved beyond the initial cryptocurrency and NFTs and is now finding applications in business verticals, particularly banking, healthcare, governance, and several enterprise solutions. automation related to Big Data. The cold supply chain is one of the latest sectors to find an application for blockchain technology and is already […]]]>

Over the past few years, blockchain has evolved beyond the initial cryptocurrency and NFTs and is now finding applications in business verticals, particularly banking, healthcare, governance, and several enterprise solutions. automation related to Big Data. The cold supply chain is one of the latest sectors to find an application for blockchain technology and is already showing promising results! With the growing need to create uninterrupted temperature-controlled cold chains, it is imperative that modern solutions leveraging smart technological innovations are applied to eliminate margins of error and reduce losses.

With the concept of a decentralized ledger made up of encrypted blocks, blockchain provides businesses with a transparent and secure platform to manage and track inventory throughout the supply chain. And digitally programmed smart contracts automatically enact or document relevant events when specific conditions are met, giving supply chain actors a way to collaborate and share information (and money) more efficiently. Given the importance of constant temperature control and monitoring in cold supply chain networks, blockchain can prove to be a game changer. Here are the key benefits of blockchain. adoption of blockchain technology for cold supply chains:

Credibility Guarantee: Transparency is at the very heart of a blockchain-enabled cold supply chain and not only monitors temperature checks and records failures in real time, but also builds a sustainable system that facilitates decentralization and transparency of all data, helping to build a robust network. This is particularly advantageous in the case of pharmaceutical supply chains where many fake drugs, vaccines and counterfeit pharmaceutical supplies tend to pass manual checks. The blockchain not only eliminates them, but also identifies the exact source and thus creates transparency and credibility.

Quality assurance: One of the main advantages of adopting Blockchain technology is the precise traceability of the process, which means that the exact movement of goods can be traced from start to finish, thus ensuring credibility and quality assurance across the entire food supply. chain. Typically, conventional cold supply chains are flawed in keeping records and identifying the source of a problem, in the event of a crisis. So when food products are damaged or vaccines and drugs are rendered ineffective due to inadequate temperature control, it can become difficult for companies to decipher failures due to poor record keeping and methods. conventional traceability. Additionally, the process can take weeks and further affect a larger number of products or lots, rendering the supply chain inefficient during that time. Improved traceability thanks to the blockchain makes it easier to identify and eliminate inefficiencies, manipulations, human errors or any other unfortunate incident, in record time, thus reducing losses.

Improved efficiency: With increased traceability and transparency, it is possible to not only eliminate inaccuracies and errors, but also remove reliance on manual processes. Although digitized supply chains manage large and sophisticated databases, the process can often be overloaded due to intermediaries. Using blockchain can help enable smart contracts that help eliminate dependencies on manual documentation, improving end-to-end efficiency with digital records.

Bettor ROI: With effective traceability and transparency that helps eliminate operational inefficiencies, blockchain helps reduce losses resulting from damaged products, thereby improving profitability. Additionally, with blockchain, businesses would be able to establish higher product quality, over a longer period of time, which would result in a higher return on investment.

Improved customer experience: Along with better product quality through efficient cold storage and transport, blockchain also helps ensure consistency, timely deliveries, better costs and hence improved products. Plus, with live tracking and timely updates, capturing important product information, inventory management, and customer feedback, it’s also helpful in creating effective customer engagement that can drive to improving customer satisfaction. IoT and PLC-driven efficiency: In addition to driving efficiency, profitability and improved customer experience, blockchain also enables logistics and supply chain experts to adopt the IoT-driven technology innovations and automation across the network. From smarter storage and inventory management, to data-driven predictive analytics and smart last-mile deliveries via temperature-controlled devices, to real-time tracking, integration of blockchain technology into devices across the world. Internet of Things (IoT) can transform the face of end-to-end cold storage.

While blockchain initially gained popularity primarily to remove dependencies on centralized third-party entities and bring transparency, it has now become synonymous with excellence. Even as we struggle to contain the huge logistical costs and massive food waste due to inadequate cold storage and transport infrastructure, India’s dream of becoming a $5 trillion economy by 2024 would be difficult. to achieve without a strong technology-driven transformation. However, basic challenges such as the cost of implementing blockchain and the lack of integrated platforms and networks that can work to create a holistic impact on improving cold supply chains, are important aspects. to work on.

Despite these challenges, with data-driven insights and integration with AI, IoT and other emerging technologies, blockchain is emerging as a powerful enabler for building robust cold supply chain networks, effective and truly uninterrupted, across time and geography. And it is high time we embraced it, so that we can truly emerge as a global economic power.



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Apply Now for Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity Courses at IIIT, Kottayam https://ictnieuws.net/apply-now-for-artificial-intelligence-and-cybersecurity-courses-at-iiit-kottayam/ Sun, 13 Nov 2022 06:21:45 +0000 https://ictnieuws.net/apply-now-for-artificial-intelligence-and-cybersecurity-courses-at-iiit-kottayam/ The Indian Institute of Information Technology, Kottayam, which has equal status with a university, has applied for admission to the MTech and PhD programs. MTech programs are intended for salaried professionals. The courses are in three highly sought after areas and have good prospects. » Artificial Intelligence and Data Science “Cyber ​​Security » Computer Science […]]]>

The Indian Institute of Information Technology, Kottayam, which has equal status with a university, has applied for admission to the MTech and PhD programs. MTech programs are intended for salaried professionals. The courses are in three highly sought after areas and have good prospects.

» Artificial Intelligence and Data Science

“Cyber ​​Security

» Computer Science and Engineering with specialization in Big Data and Machine Learning.

Conditions of admission

A success in BTech in one of the disciplines with 50% marks, BE, AMIE or MCA or CS/IT/Maths. The candidate must be employed in an industrial establishment or in the academic sector.

The maximum number of places is 60 with a minimum of 20 places in each branch of study. Applicants are allowed to complete the course in 3-5 years as per their convenience. It is also possible to take the course as an integrated doctoral programme.

The candidate’s experience in the relevant field obtained after the qualifying course will also be considered for admission. The deadline for receipt of applications is November 30.

The application fee is Rs 500. The fee is Rs 250 for women and applicants from Scheduled Castes/Tribes.

Those who qualify in the preliminary round of selection will have to undergo a written test and an interview from December 9 to 18. The selection list will be published on December 21 and classes will begin on January 6.

In order to pass the course, candidates will need to complete 32 course credits and 28 project credits. For each theoretical/laboratory course and project credit, Rs 12,000 and Rs 5,000 shall be paid respectively.

The approximate fee to complete 60 credits in six semesters is Rs 5.40 lakh.

Classes, virtual lab sessions and mid-term exams will take place entirely online. However, the exam at the end of a semester and the final project exam will be conducted at the off-campus center in Thiruvananthapuram or at centers such as Bengaluru, Pune, Hyderabad, Prayagraj and Delhi if there are sufficient numbers of students.

Address
Indian Institute of Information Technology
Valavoor, Pala
Kottayam District
Kerala – 686635

Phone: 0482-2202161
Email: pgacademics@iiitkottayam.ac.in

Doctoral program
Those interested in doing a PhD in Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communications Engineering, and Computational Mathematics can submit their application online by November 23.

The application fee is Rs 1,000. It is Rs 500 for women and candidates from scheduled castes/tribes.

The four categories of students in the program are scholarship recipients (full-time), sponsored (full-time), self-funded (full-time), and external enrollees.

The selection will be made on the basis of a written test and an interview. Classes will start on January 4. The semester tuition fee is Rs 22,000. There will be other fees as well. Hostel facility is available.
Log on to the website https://phdr.iiitkottayam.ac.in for eligibility requirements and other details.
The helpline is: 0482-2202162. phdprogramme@iiitkottayam.ac.in

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No, Aptos Blockchain is not hacked https://ictnieuws.net/no-aptos-blockchain-is-not-hacked/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 16:46:38 +0000 https://ictnieuws.net/no-aptos-blockchain-is-not-hacked/ Vladislav Sopov A scammer launched a phishing website that targets users of “Solana killer” Aptos (APT) Contents “Solana killer” Aptos is not broke: Do not fall for this scam New blockchains targeted by dozens of scam campaigns The Revoke.cash service is designed to help cryptocurrency users withdraw authorization for transactions (or allocations) on major on-chain […]]]>
Vladislav Sopov

A scammer launched a phishing website that targets users of “Solana killer” Aptos (APT)

Contents

  • “Solana killer” Aptos is not broke: Do not fall for this scam
  • New blockchains targeted by dozens of scam campaigns

The Revoke.cash service is designed to help cryptocurrency users withdraw authorization for transactions (or allocations) on major on-chain services. Here’s how criminals try to scam crypto users with a copy of this service.

“Solana killer” Aptos is not broke: Do not fall for this scam

Today, November 12, 2022, fraudsters launched a Twitter campaign focused on the community of the new Aptos blockchain (APT). APT holders are advised to check if the “attackers” have access to their wallets.

Scammers launched a phishing copy of the Revoke Cash service
Picture via Twitter

Needless to say, the Aptos blockchain (APT) has never been hacked. Also, despite supporting more than 30 networks, the Revoke.cash service does not yet support the Aptos (APT) blockchain.

To confuse APT holders, scammers have launched a website that closely mirrors the design of the legitimate service and its corresponding Twitter account. The fraudsters created similar names for the website and the Twitter account: they used e instead of e, and a instead of y.

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According to data from public whois services, the fraudulent website has been running for at least 24 hours and was registered through an anonymous US registrar.

New blockchains targeted by dozens of scam campaigns

Typically, these websites are designed to steal passwords and key phrases from blockchain accounts as well as spread Trojans and other malware.

As such, it is best to avoid any interaction with clone websites, let alone share any personal data or blockchain account details with them.

As previously reported by U.Today, next-gen blockchains like Aptos (APT), Sui Network and others are being targeted by aggressive scams.

Fake airdrop campaigns are the most common type of scam here. Inspired by the success of airdrop recipients Optimism (OP) and Aptos (APT), users seek similar opportunities and fall victim to scammers.

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Position as Director of the Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (IDSAI) at the UNIVERSITY OF EXETER https://ictnieuws.net/position-as-director-of-the-institute-for-data-science-and-artificial-intelligence-idsai-at-the-university-of-exeter/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 14:31:13 +0000 https://ictnieuws.net/position-as-director-of-the-institute-for-data-science-and-artificial-intelligence-idsai-at-the-university-of-exeter/ Director of the Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (IDSAI) The University of Exeter is one of the best universities in the world. It is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of Britain’s top research-intensive universities, having ranked among the top 150 universities in the world and the top 15 UK universities in […]]]>

Director of the Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (IDSAI)

The University of Exeter is one of the best universities in the world. It is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of Britain’s top research-intensive universities, having ranked among the top 150 universities in the world and the top 15 UK universities in prestigious global and national rankings. Our success is built on strong foundations of leadership, governance and management, and a top-notch partnership with our students.

Launched in October 2021, our new 2030 Strategy aims to use our outstanding education and research to create a sustainable, healthy and socially just future. Our shared purpose and vision will continually drive us forward to make a difference for people, our communities, our partners and the world around us.

Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (IDSAI)

The Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (IDSAI) at the University of Exeter provides a hub for data-intensive science and artificial intelligence (AI) activities. The Institute’s vision is to develop new approaches to querying and understanding data, and then to innovatively apply these cutting-edge data science methodologies to a multitude of questions in modern society.

IDSAI is a truly interdisciplinary institute, seeking to harness rapid advances in computing power, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data science to connect interdisciplinary researchers from all faculties, departments and Exeter Institutes, to conduct exciting new research and tackle some of the greatest challenges facing humanity. The university is a partner of the Alan Turing National Institute, allowing it to contribute to and benefit from the very latest developments in data science and artificial intelligence.

We are seeking to appoint a new Director, to provide the continued academic and managerial direction of IDSAI. This appointment is a unique opportunity for an outstanding and visionary researcher to join the University of Exeter and contribute to the development and delivery of an ambitious research and translation programme. The new Director will have the opportunity to help shape the Institute’s strategic direction and further develop the University’s growing profile in the field of data science and artificial intelligence.

About you

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