The Hub Adds Irregular Personnel Activity Classification Using Deep Learning

December 16, 2016 — London, United Kingdom, December 16, 2016 –(PR.com)– Attaining the target output of any organisation, to a great extent, depends on the consistency of employees’ productivity level. This includes protecting intellectual property and identifying risky behaviour. Attacks like social engineering are not only becoming more common against enterprises and SMBs, but they’re also increasingly sophisticated. Most of these attacks use either a web based medium or a direct physical device attached to the system.Social engineering attacks typically involve some form of psychological manipulation, tricking employees into handing over confidential or sensitive data. Since social engineering involves a human element, preventing these attacks can be very tricky for enterprises. With hackers devising ever-more clever methods for fooling employees into handing over valuable company data, enterprises must use due…


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