Digital politics AI, big data and the future of democracy

August 22, 2019

For billions of people, the digital transformation has brought enormous benefits and convenience. Yet, policymakers and market participants will likely only be able to understand the full economic and political implications in hindsight. This is a major challenge when it comes to addressing the risks and opportunities of technology for democratic institutions and processes. Digital technology can be used in the service of liberal or authoritarian societies, strengthening both government accountability and repressive capabilities. It has led to unprecedented access to and exchange of information, and it has amplified the spread of misinformation, echo chambers and propaganda, thereby possibly contributing to rising populism and the polarization of democratic societies.

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whitePaper | November 1, 2021

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The use of Artificial Intelligence to Combat Public Sector Fraud

whitePaper | February 21, 2020

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Connecting the Lifecycle of Construction

whitePaper | April 16, 2020

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whitePaper | July 23, 2020

LogicMonitor asked 500 global IT leaders from across the globe how their departments are evolving to maintain SLAs and business continuity amidst the 2020 global pandemic.

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whitePaper | August 1, 2020

The majority of enterprise companies have hundreds of apps deployed in the cloud, and that trend is expected to continue, according to a new survey by IDG. That said, 52% of companies find that securing those apps continues to be challenging. But that doesn’t mean that the remaining 48% are fully confident in their cloud app security or are fully aware of all of the facets of cloud security they should be considering. “Cloud security is a broad issue,” says Jim Fulton, Director, Cloud & Edge Protection Solutions for Forcepoint. “From what I’ve seen, about 10% of companies really understand all of the facets.

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WHAT’S UNDER YOUR NETWORK’S HOOD

whitePaper | August 11, 2020

Authentication technologies are front-burner tools to protect your network from COVID-19 pandemic email vulnerabilities. With attackers focusing on your users, common sense and technology go a long way. Scott Mace reports.Without letup the cyberattacks keep coming but they are not necessarily aimed at your network’s protocols or software vulnerabilities — at least, not at first. Instead, they maneuver themselves into part of your corporation’s most vulnerable infrastructure and manipulate your employees to fall for some email message that is not what it appears to be.

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