Survey finds three-quarters of respondents faced data breaches, but majority still use same passwords on multiple accounts

A survey from the Identity Theft resource Center (TRC) found that while most consumers have been a victim of a data breach, few take strong actions to protect themselves. Less than half (48%) changed the password on a breached account and only 22% changed all their passwords.

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Study of 4K mid-sized companies reveals cyber-targeting frequency is on par with big enterprises, but without the resources and tech to respond

November 30, 2021

Attacks on mid-sized companies are up between 50-125% since 2020, with healthcare and transportation among the highest targets, according to the Coro Security Report. Their research, looking at companies that employ up to 2,500 people in retail, manufacturing, professional services, healthcare, transportation and education, found a major increase in attacks particularly in the last quarter of both 2020 and 2021. The survey concludes the urgency will increase.

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Children’s Privacy: Public Interest Education Group survey flags Smart Toys as category of concern for kids’ privacy

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Three-Quarters of Companies See AI/ML As Important Revenue Drivers: SambaNova Report

January 24, 2022

Do you miss those innocent days when every product announcement breathlessly reported the new system or feature was “AI-based”? If so, here’s a whiff of remembrance from AI infrastructure provider SambaNova Systems, who found that 78% of large companies rate AI and Machine Learning as important revenue drivers. Yet even they have a curiously mixed attitude, citing (in their press release) a NewVantage Partners study that found only a quarter of top companies have scaled AI/ML across their organization.

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