Kirsten Doyle
2:10

TransUnion's director of analytics to share ML case study

Frans Potgieter will outline the enablers of an effective machine learning model at ITWeb AI 2019 on 20 August.

2:00

Modern customers expect extraordinary CX

Customer experience is overtaking price and product as the key brand differentiator.

2:20
Friday

Trend Micro fixes DLL hijacking vulnerability

Bad actors would have been able to to load arbitrary DLL files into the system, infecting PCs and disrupting usage.

2:50
Thursday

Cyber crime syndicates are forming closer relationships

Accenture has identified new cyber crime operating models and evolving relationships in the underground economy.

1:20

Absa case study: Infrastructure requirements for AI

Absa's head of data integration will share his insights at the upcoming ITWeb Artificial Intelligence event.

2:30

Building an AI-powered organisation

Johan Steyn, portfolio lead at IQBusiness, joins other influencers who wil be speaking at the ITWeb AI 2019 event.

3:40

Review: The Great Hack - a look inside the ‘full service propaganda machine’

This Netflix documentary is meant to scare us, and it does - for good reason.

10:50

Bringing superhuman capabilities to business

Artificial intelligence is all around us, and the businesses seeking a competitive edge are already on the path of adoption. Are you?

2:40
25 Jul

Dangerous mobile surveillance tool for Android discovered

The tool has been linked to a Russian tech firm that was sanctioned for interfering with the 2016 US presidential election.

2:40

AIOps – the ‘Google Maps’ of hybrid IT environments

Imagine you had a Google Maps-type of solution for managing your end-to-end IT operations.

2:30
23 Jul

Massive government hacks hit Bulgaria, Russia

In Bulgaria, the records of five million Bulgarians from the country's tax revenue office were compromised.

5:30
Jul 19, 2019

How much data gathering is considered theft?

Companies often hide their lack of transparency in the fine print of Ts & Cs that consumer must accept to use their products.

Kirsten Doyle
ITWeb contributor.

Kirsten Doyle is ITWeb contributor.