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The Future of Office Security – Bridging Human Skills and Tech

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While Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning bring huge benefits to the security landscape in cybersecurity, the door is wide open for physical security threats in the workplace. Workplace strategy and design are evolving alongside AI. The office of the future is designed with openness and connectivity, with open floor plans, glass walls, cafeterias, nap pods, and other amenities – and security design should evolve to bridge the human security and tech security needs accordingly.

A Smart Solution to Addressing the Cyber Security Gaps in Your Corporate Risk Plan

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A recent McAfee report revealed cybersecurity professionals showing the highest job satisfaction are those who work at organisations that leverage gamification as a training tool, and 77 per cent of senior managers agreeing their organisation’s cybersecurity would be much safer if they implemented more gamification.

Surveillance cameras will soon be unrecognisable – time for an urgent public conversation

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Face recognition highlights bigger questions around which types of surveillance cameras and systems are acceptable to society. This question is complicated by the fact that surveillance cameras are becoming more sophisticated and computerised without necessarily looking much different. There is no signage or information that tells us about their enhanced capabilities, which means the activities behind them become less transparent.

Youth’s love-hate relationship with tech in the digital age – Cyber Risk and Educational Institutions

Cyber Risk and Educational Institutions

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When digital surveillance is higher than ever, there is a hollowing out of learning, a shallowness that comes with abuses of privacy and surveillance and from a loss of cherished human contact. Kate C. Tilleczek’s studies have revealed that several youth suggested that without the phone, they lacked the confidence to solve basic problems or feared for their safety.