How Design Thinking Can Change Cybersecurity

Design thinking teaches how to act small and fast. To build small prototypes. To refine what’s working. To break what isn’t. To embrace experimentation to prove (or disprove) ideas quickly and to constantly adjust to user feedback. Design thinking asks you to think long-term, but to then focus on quickly building small steps to reach that goal.Read more

SMEs Remain Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks

“To defend against creative, high-volume, multi-channel attacks, they require AI platform to process threat data and accelerate detection and response. However, AI platforms are too expensive for SMEs to develop, especially since they face a massive security skills shortage. Simply put— SMEs can’t do it alone,” explains Amit Roy, Executive Vice President & Regional Head EMEA, Paladion.Read more

AI in Cybersecurity: Beyond the Hype

Last week of April, I had attended the Artelligence Forum, Dubai. My mission was simple: to investigate modern Artificial Intelligence (AI) in order to separate the technology’s hype from its real-world applications.

Clearly, AI has been in the news a lot in recent years. But, truth be told, I did not take it very seriously at first.
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Challenges Remain in AI Cybersecurity and Healthcare

"We need AI in cybersecurity because the threat landscape has changed," he said at Artelligence - The Artificial Intelligence Forum 2018. "There is pressure on CEOs and IT departments to move all their operations and data to the cloud. This has brought about new threats that didn't exist before. In addition to that, there has been an increase in the number of deadly cyberattacks in recent years."Read more

Relax, AI It Isn't Really a Threat to Humans

The recent explosion in new-age technology such as artificial intelligence, which is today being integrated in systems across various industries, has raised concerns about how safe societies across the world are. However, experts at Artelligence - The Artificial Intelligence Forum 2018 pointed out that AI in itself is not a threat to humanity, rather a threat emerges when it is used for immoral purposes.Read more

Securing SMEs

SMEs must find the right partner to aid in their defense. To defend against creative, high-volume, multi-channel attacks, they require two things. First, an AI platform to process threat data and accelerate detection and response. Second, enough skilled security staff. AI platforms are too expensive for SMEs to develop, and SMEs face a massive security skills shortage. Simply put— SMEs can’t do it alone. Paladion provides SMEs with the cost-effective security resources and the sophisticated platform they require.Read more

Forbes Publishes Rajat’s Take on Blockchain’s Future |11 common myths on cryptocurrency

Blockchain often gets positioned as a technology that will change how businesses record and manage transactions. Compared to current methods, it is actually more process intensive, difficult to scale and takes more time to confirm transactions. As for security, it's mostly useful if there is a need for a secure verification and immutability of transaction records. Otherwise, use cases are limited. - Rajat Mohanty, Paladion Networksfield. - Rajat Mohanty, PaladionRead more

Forbes Talks to Rajat Mohanty on "What to Look for in a Top Tech Hire"

One key trait that I look for is how much passion candidates have for their domain. Have they gone out of the way to build skills, demonstrate expertise with projects beyond their normal work, have they kept themselves involved in the knowledge network, do they contribute to various forums in their field. - Rajat Mohanty, PaladionRead more

Forbes Talks to Vinod Vasudevan for his Success Mantra for Todays Tech Executives

Technology executives need to focus on innovation that leads to tangible business value and differentiation. They should also embrace a continuous learning curve around technologies that can fuel innovation. Insights on applying new technologies like AI, big data and robotic process automation for innovation will be key to success in a fast-changing world. - Vinod Vasudevan, PaladionRead more

Artificial Intelligence In Cybersecurity: A Paradigm Shift

On May 25, 2018, the European Union will formally enforce the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (EU-GPDR), widely considered by experts to be the most comprehensive data protection law to ever be defined. The landmark regulation supersedes the Data Protection Directive and gives EU citizens more power over their private information. Hrishikesh Sivanandhan, VP & BU Head - Consulting Services at Paladion Networks elaborates what it means for Indian businessesRead more