The Way Forward: Responsibly Deployed Facial Recognition

With the advancement of machine learning and more specifically, pattern recognition, facial recognition technology can be overlayed onto camera feeds to prompt action where appropriate. New use cases for this technology are willfully adopted on a daily basis. You can already unlock your phone and make mobile payments using your face. Fourteen international airports in the United States are using facial recognition to expedite boarding which recently helped officials board a 350 person aircraft in less than twenty minutes (half the time it usually takes). Using facial recognition at Dulles

Businesses Broke Ground on Blockchain. What Can Civic Groups Learn?

At best, blockchain has been a trial-and-error technology. For every successful cryptocurrency, there are a dozen cases like Civil, which had to cancel its initial coin offering after failing to gain traction on a plan to use blockchain to verify user-submitted news content. Although 84 percent of global companies are dabbling in the decentralized ledger

In an Experiential-Obsessed Marketplace, Surkus Uses Tech to Stand Out

Experiences have flooded the marketplace. Whether they’re investing in pop-up stores or festivals, brands have recognized the major shift happening. The IPA Bellwether Report found that in the U.K., experiential marketing was the only area to experience significant growth in spend in 2017 besides internet marketing. Similarly, EventTrack found that American consumers gravitated toward the

Why There’s a Bright Future in a Cyber Security Careers

If you’re searching for your next career a great place to look is for a job in cyber security. Why? Because the demand for cyber security experts is going up, up, up. Keeping digital assets secure is a vital skillset. As our world grows ever more dependent on the Internet and digital technology — keeping

A 60-Second Trailer of the 60-Day Report on Cybersecurity

She explained that the original design of the Internet was driven more by considerations of interoperability rather than security, and as a result we are now faced with almost insurmountable issues. Some examples include online criminals who steal our information, mass bandits who have the ability to damage portions of our internal infrastructure, and the recent ATM scam that law enforcement sources claim is one of the most frightening and well coordinated heists they’d ever seen. “In a single 30 minute period,” Hathaway said, “138 ATMs in 49 cities around the world

A 60-Second Trailer of the 60-Day Report on Cybersecurity


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