Artificial Intelligence (AI) finds anomalies autonomously and shows strategies to combat acute cyber attacks, and the combination of artificial and human intelligence improves the security level in companies.
Stephan Nolden is Director Business Development & Marketing of the Comstor Security Initiative (CSI), which he will be presenting during the Internet Security Days (ISDs) on 26-27.09. in Phantasialand, in Brühl near Cologne. In interview, he answers questions on how companies should behave before, during, and after...
Know-how for cyber security today and tomorrow – this will be conveyed by more than 30 experts at the Internet Security Days (ISDs) on 26 and 27 September 2019 in keynotes, security sessions, panel discussions, and workshops.
One in four German companies had a serious security incident last year, with 43 percent solving the problem internally. But in light of growing threats, too few companies are focusing on employee sensitization and emergency planning.
Sebastian Kurowski from the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering looks at how artificial intelligence can be used to optimize IT security risk analysis in companies, offering relevant support for ITR specialists and for strategic decision-making. Read more on dotmagazine.
From 26 to 27 September 2019, the 9th Internet Security Days (ISD) will take place near Cologne in Germany. eco – Association of the Internet Industry and heise Events are issuing a Call for Papers for experts who would like to share their insights and experiences at this event. The closing date for submissions is 24 April.
Patrick Koetter, co-author of the eco Association the whitepaper “Legitimate Use of Crypto Mining” and Leader of the eco Competence Groups Email and Anti-Abuse, explains how website owners may be able to benefit from a new revenue stream, as an alternative to online advertising.
Crypto mining could become established in future as an additional option for the financing of websites. To explain how, eco – Association of the Internet Industry has just published a whitepaper “Legitimate Use of Crypto Mining”.
Particularly in times of data theft, the GDPR, and increasing digitalization, data protection is becoming more and more important for society at large. Yannick Schneeweiss from Hornetsecurity looks at how to increase the level of data protection of online services without making them too complicated for the user.
For society to accept and use IT technologies and services, they must be secure and trustworthy. Prof. Norbert Pohlmann, Board Member for IT Security at eco Association, explores the balancing of state, community, and individual needs for cyber protection.
Without IT security and trustworthiness, sustainable digitalization does not work! dotmagazine looks at technologies and applications that promote the increased trustworthiness of digital systems.
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It may not happen often, but when it does, it is invariably unexpected: Public prosecutor investigations can affect any IT, data, and service provider. In a current set of guidelines EuroCloud, in cooperation with the German law firm Derra, Meyer & Partner Attorneys-at-Law, explains what providers need to consider in advance and what rights and obligations are associated with an actual state search.
The eco Association is handing over the reins for the ongoing design and implementation of the botfrei.de safety campaign to its member company eyeo GmbH. eco will continue to support the project and will remain a partner in the project’s strategic delivery.
Nils Kammann, Solutions Architect at Xantaro, on the hype of artificial intelligence in cyber security, an essential delineation of terminology, the challenges we face, and the need and chance for new security models.
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The web landscape has changed drastically over the years, often resulting a loss in the control of data. Kristina Vervoort, Regional Sales Director DACH for Netskope, explains how you can win back this data control with smart web security. Read more on dotmagazine.