Context In Cybersecurity Let’s start simple. Context is important in the day-to-day when we’re explaining the circumstances behind a concept, situation, or product in order to be fully understood. Without context, our understanding of a…
AI will be relevant for experts to augment their capabilities (Intelligence Augmentation) rather than to replace them through complete automation (Artificial Intelligence).
The year we couldn’t wait to end has finally ended. With the clean slate 2021 has graciously brought us, the Penfield.AI team is highlighting what we consider to be the most 3 interesting trends in cybersecurity.
Google trends tells us that the global Google search for “Covid-19 vaccine” reached the maximum search interest around the world this week (Figure 1). This personal interest in vaccine developments is paralleled by the interest of malicious cyber criminals and nation-state actors, who seek to exploit vaccine procurement for information, disruption and financial gain. For perspective, Johnson & Johnson’s CISO has stated that healthcare organizations are seeing cyber-attacks from nation-state threat actors “every single minute of every single day”.
You wouldn’t be the first to wonder why we’re called Penfield.AI. If you’re familiar with Montreal, Penfield might be a recall the street, Docteur Penfield, that pulses through the city and weaves along Victorian homes. We selected this name to honour this famous Canadian doctor and scientist, paying homage to him and aligning our work as an extension of his.