Bots: to Block or Not to Block? Effective Bot Management Strategy

Author(s):

Emma Yulini, Outreach Manager, Rise Digital

Bot Management - Good Bots - Malicious Bots

A significant portion of users visiting your site are not human. In 2017, more than 50% of internet traffic came from bots, and while there have been some improvements in recent years, today it’s estimated that more than 40% of all internet traffic comes from bots, and around 25% comes from malicious, bad bots. Malicious bots … Read more

The Rise of Cyber-Attacks in the Automotive Industry

Author(s):

Rina Richell, SEO Analytics Manager,

Cyber-Attacks in the Automotive Industry

Losses to the tune of billions are experienced due to the rise of cyber-attacks in the automotive industry, and they are becoming progressively worse as more auto manufacturers join the autonomy space. Industry experts argue that autonomy is the future of the automotive industry, mainly because driverless cars are safer, more comfortable, and more convenient … Read more

The Biggest 2020 Cybersecurity Threats

Author(s):

Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

2020 trends, cybersecurity threats, 2020 building blocks, 2019 to 2020 change

Cybersecurity threats, as we discussed in our recent 2019 data breach article, were a huge problem in 2019. Within the first 6 months, Forbes reported that 2019 yielded 3,800 publicly disclosed breaches, a 52% increase from 2018’s first 6 months. 2019 saw data breaches in every sector, from financial and healthcare, to government and entertainment. … Read more

Balancing Automation With Security

Author(s):

Kayla Matthews, ,

Automation cybersecurity graphic

Adding automation to your workflow can streamline tasks and boost productivity. Indeed, with advances in technology, more companies are jumping on the trend and reaping the benefits. However, adoption will undoubtedly impact your company’s security. Here are five things you should know to reduce security risks caused by automation. Prioritize Security in Automation One issue … Read more

Cybersecurity Trends in The Healthcare Industry

Author(s):

Frankie Wallace, ,

Healthcare Industry Cybersecurity

The healthcare Industry contains private and sensitive information about millions of patients in every country. Therefore, it’s no wonder that in 2017, it was the target of over 50 percent of cyber-attacks. Loaded with identity-revealing information like social security numbers, dates of birth, billing information and, of course, health insurance information, these details can be … Read more

Adaptive Robots: A New Era Has Begun

Author(s):

Pratik Gundawar, ,

Adaptive Robots

The launch of Rizon robots by Flexiv and 3-finger adaptive robot gripper by Robotiq are examples of how pervasive adaptive robots have become in today’s world. Robotics has seen tremendous growth in the past decade, coupled with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). However, we are years behind developing the self-aware sentient beings that … Read more

AI Chip Technology

Author(s):

Pratik Gundawar, ,

AI Chips, AI Chip, Blue computer interior, wires and chips

Intense Race Between Tech Giants Fuels the Growth of The Ai Chip Technology Being the most disruptive technology of our time, artificial intelligence (AI) has made its way into our day-to-day activities. From robotics to the healthcare sector and from transportation to the computing industry, AI has brought remarkable changes. In fact, the incorporation of … Read more

A Cybersecurity Drought Is Coming

Author(s):

Jan Barbosa, ,

Cybersecurity Drought. Dry Bottom Of The Lake. Dead Dry Land From Drought. Dry Fissured Drought Soil. The Concept

Yes, there is a cybersecurity drought looming over the horizon. The data coming in is alarming; according to Cybersecurity Ventures, by 2020 there could be a shortage of cybersecurity experts by up to 1.5 million, worse yet, the shortage could reach 3.5 million by 2021. How is a global economy about to connect from 20 … Read more