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Cognitive computing simulates the human thought process in an artificial intelligence (cognitive) environment. Teaching a computer how to use the type of unstructured information usually employed by security analysts requires tools such as data mining, pattern recognition, human-computer interaction or natural language processing. Computerized cognitive systems expand their working database via mining, and as they […]

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If you are a Facebook user and you haven’t guessed by now that it will sometimes suggest “friends” based on the fact that you happened to be at the same place at the same time, you should know that it does. A Facebook spokesperson confirmed it to Kashmir Hill, but pointed out that “location is […]

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“It seems like there has been a change in activity,” U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Carlin told a crowd at a Center for Strategic and International Studies event. “There is a debate as to how long lasting it might be, but there has been a change”.

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The British decision to leave the European Union seems to have surprised everyone and caused knee-jerk reactions around the world. The immediate response has sent the pound tumbling and raised suggestions that Britain is now a sitting target for cyber criminals. Let’s start with the facts. Firstly, Britain is not yet leaving the EU. The […]

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In the U.S., the transportation sector is defined to include a number of sub-sectors such as aviation, highway infrastructure, maritime transportation, mass transit and passenger rail, pipeline systems, freight rail, and postal and shipping. This is an extensive network of transportation systems that span the globe, offering attackers a multitude of targets in numerous geographies. […]

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