There have been countless breaches that have occurred over the years. Some of them have been after government bodies, but in most cases, hackers have been looking to gather data on folks like me and you.
While the use of that information gathered can vary widely, stollen information from places like banks or credit bureau agencies leave hackers more room to commit identity theft. What’s worse is in those instances those hackers can continue to exploit that information and leverage it indefinitely.
There is an incredible amount of information available at our fingertips and a lot of it is thanks to businesses. While there are certainly dark elements to how information is used, businesses have assured us time and again that the information gathered is to help you experience the services to the fullest.
About a decade ago if you mentioned anything about artificial intelligence, you probably be laughed out of whatever room you were in at the time.
Back then, most peoples knowledge of AI would remind them of what they saw in films. Like Data from Star Trek or the Terminator robots from Terminator.
Today though, it’s a buzzword in both business and the industry. People have heard of it and some consider it to be a crucial part to have businesses evolve on a digital level. Those that embrace this technology are believed to be the ones who’ll capitalize the most from this shift.
But how did we get to this point? And what exactly is AI? Let’s explore that.
With mobile devices becoming the go to device for internet access, we have to address some of the issues that our computers have dealt with in the past: viruses and security threats. The big problem with this is not that many people have security in mind when they whip out their phone.