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Cybersecurity heavy hitters join alliance to protect healthcare systems
The Cyber Alliance to Defend our Healthcare, which was formed by C5 Capital to bring together heavy hitters in the cybersecurity space to combat cyber attacks on healthcare systems during the COVID-19 pandemic, has today announced a host of new entrants into its ranks.
Fayette adds layer of cyber security for 911 system
Fayette County has added another layer of protection to the growing threat of potential cyberattacks. The county is prototyping a product from Cynamics that is designed to detect cyber-threats and predict attacks across a smart network.
How AI Enables Enterprises to Get the Most Out of Their Data
Recently, we took a dive into a new study from Nucleus Research on artificial intelligence and its current uses. The study uncovered a wide number of different trends, including the rush by many enterprises to adopt AI without really understanding its use cases and limitations.
Startup Cynamics seeks to detect cyber threats for local jurisdictions
Startup Cynamics soon plans to make generally available its cloud-based network-monitoring solution that uses artificial intelligence (AI) technology to detect malware and potential cyberattacks quickly, so quarantine and/or mitigation efforts can be executed before the attacks spreads broadly through a network.
Ransomware is Putting Smart City Aspirations on Notice
Municipalities and cities are heavily investing in smart network infrastructure to create an advanced interconnected future for their citizens. According to Grand View Research, smart city market size is estimated to reach $237 billion by 2025.
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On Super Tuesday, America’s voting technology will be under intense scrutiny
March 3 is Super Tuesday, when voters in 14 states will be making primary election candidate decisions. However, America’s election technology has turned out to be a vital issue itself, as many voters worry about the security of the process.
Q&A: Most city networks have weak cybersecurity measures in place
The U.S. government and major cities are bracing for an Iranian cybersecurity attack. This major cyberthreat highlights the lack of adequate cybersecurity solutions government and city networks currently have, explains Eyal Elyashiv of Cynamics.