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Tracking behaviour to protect entities

All sectors will depend on high levels of connectivity, from education to manufacturing to financial management. With every action being digitised, the potential for cyber threats grows

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Cyber threat | Digitisation | education

Pranjal Sharma 



Pranjal Sharma

Enterprises and organisations are at constant war against cyber threats. The potential data breach points in the employees’, vendors’ and clients’ ecosystem have exploded. This has made the earlier systems of information and data security redundant.

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First Published: Mon, May 03 2021. 02:41 IST

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