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AI (Artificial Intelligence) and Online Data Safety in 2019

Over the past few decades, artificial intelligence has evolved from a science-fiction cliche to an essential component of everyday technology. More than half a century later, we’re firmly entrenched in the age of machine learning, thanks largely to the growth of AI. This technology imitates human intelligence, enabling machines to contemplate, judge, and reach their own decisions. Until recently, that required a level of expertise only humans were capable of.

All You Need to Know About The ePrivacy Regulation

The ePrivacy Regulation will replace the ePrivacy and Electronic Communications Directive 2002, which was implemented in the UK in 2003. The fact that it is a regulation is important, as this means it will be a legal act and will be immediately enforceable in its entirety across all EU member states, as opposed to a directive, which allows states to introduce their own mechanisms, provided they match the spirit of the original directive.

13 Best Website Security Practices You Must Know in 2019

As the number of online users increases, businesses also need to establish their online presence and image. Thus, websites play a crucial role in establishing and maintaining the online presence of this business. Like the traditional business, these websites need to store extensive data about the organization – company profile, annual reports, event details, contact information, etc. But if websites does not comply with the best website security practices, misfortunes occur.

Shared Hosting Security Risks And Ways To Mitigate Them

As the technological advancements and website blogging flood the digital era, it becomes an expensive task to maintain individual hosting for each and every website. Thus, website owners/bloggers accept Shared Web Hosting as the most economical solution to carry forward their business. But little do they know that this compromise in hosting may lead to some major security concerns and pose a serious threat to their websites.

The browser is a medium to connect to the online world. In recent times, we have seen huge browsers. Possibilites of cyber attackes are going on increasing day-by-day due to which user's personal information like passwords are being stolen. Online hackers are trying to find even smallest loop holes to penetrate to user’s network and steal their data and credentials.…

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