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Here's just a few of the fantastic articles inside Issue 53…
Enhancing Access Controls with Artificial Intelligence – Using Multiple Algorithm Strategies
AI is not one solution but rather a choice of algorithms that require evaluation in singularity and in relation to one another to select the best formation for a particular effect. Brian Cusack reviews foundational AI algorithms, access control applications, and multimodal strategies to improve AI performances.
Unveiling the Origins of Artificial Intelligence - A View from ChatGPT
The intent of this article is to dispel some of the myths about AI, understand its origins and our Digital Forensics Magazine Editor decided to use a novel approach to generate the research for the article.
A Stark Reminder of Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities
Examining the Notorious WannaCry Ransomware Attack and Its Impact on Cybersecurity Worldwide. Suhail M looks at the origins, tactics, and aftermath of the infamous WannaCry ransomware attack that shook the cybersecurity landscape.
Plus all the regular features, news, our legal section and From The Lab...
“If the integrity and legitimacy of the UK’s regulatory system is to be preserved, the findings and recommendations in our report must be addressed by the Government, regulators and Parliament.” – Lord Hollick, Chair of the inquiry A House of […]Continue Reading
February 16th 2024 (Peasoup) With the increasing pressure many industries are coming under to reduce emissions, it seems that the heat generated by data centres is a somewhat overlooked area. However, as increasing numbers of businesses embrace more compute-intensive technology […]Continue Reading
Birmingham Crown Court, February 2, 2024. Paul Merrell, a 42-year-old resident of Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, was sentenced to 12 months in prison for advertising and selling illegal IPTV services. Alongside this sentence, the court has issued a confiscation order against Mr. Merrell, seeking […]Continue Reading
An intriguing piece drafted by the ZenShield team that will take you on a journey across the UK, revealing the modus operandi of ten distinct city-specific hacker types and providing valuable advice on how to counteract their threats “The only truly secure […]Continue Reading