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Mobile Payment is a dream come true. Having the ability to pay bills, make transactions in person, and resolve orders online is the simplest resolution in retail. Could it all be too good to be true? The mobile payment technology is rapidly evolving, but how are the consumers to know what to do when it …

Network Security

Network Security is large at hand. Networking capabilities have evolved along with their accompanying security measures Though it comes from a very basic standpoint, such as simple passwords, we’ve found ourselves in a space of promoting specialized firewalls, 20+ digit passwords, and multi-factor authentication. Different times call for different measures, especially in the current times. …

Machine Learning

Artificial is all anyone is talking about, and it’s only a brief moment before that same attention is shifted towards machine learning as well. The idea that computers will be able to learn without prior programming, is incredible. Machine Learning promises powerful computational processing, accessible storage, and increased data volumes. Deep Learning has transcended all …

Smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Oh my! This isn’t the eighties, most workplaces today are extremely modern with their technical equipment and device queries. When dozens of employees are sharing the same network with their plethora of devices, security threats will tend to come into play, placing a set of vulnerabilities on the backs of IT …

Vendor Profile

A leading developer and manufacturer of next generation wired and wireless IP network solutions for mobile operators, residential, enterprise, and industrial markets. BEC works to provide solutions with high availability, functional reliability, secure connectivity, and top-of-class technical support lines. BEC Technologies provides customers with broadband networking solutions to IOCs, IOUs, CLECs, ISPs, and municipalities across …

Endpoint Security

Vendors and large enterprises alike will experience issues with endpoint security, due to the nature and complexity of these tasks. The continuous visibility and monitoring offered by endpoint behavior is required, because some malware can sneakily get inside. Endpoint Security has practical limitations and hackers are quick to exploit those security gaps. Vulnerable software, weak …

Schools

IoT continually reaches out to previously disconnected offline devices. Green means go for outdated objects and devices, for services and products in every industry are receiving updates and reboots to comply with smart standards. From transportation, to manufacturing, and even farming equipment, everything is logging in as online. The Healthcare Industry has made the jump, …

Blockchain

Everywhere you look, you’ll see the word, Blockchain. What’s the deal anyway? Blockchain is a decentralized financial system that is capable of recording transactions. Nobody owns the system and nobody can alter the rules. In the blockchain, there is no room for interpretation or misinterpretation. There should be a mechanism based on conditions and numbers, …

AI

Many have stated their opinions about the growth of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for this new year. With a few months under wraps, it’s fair to say that AI is taking the direction of more precisely determined decision-making capabilities, automation and streamlined data driven processes. Technologies such as analytics, AI, and the Internet of Things (IoT) …

payment security

Unfortunately, most hackers inhabit the payment processing industry. Ironically so, as consumers grow more digitally accepting as a community, hackers and viruses evolve as well. Though these cyberthreats can be terrifying, security experts have trademarked dozens of anti-virus packages and sound loopholes to help consumers out of these damaging and perhaps even life-threatening situations. 1. …