Fast-growing companies face security challenges in overwhelmed HR departments, with a myriad of challenges that didn’t affect them as much when they were smaller – creating pressure which can potentially open up cyber security vulnerabilities while staff are distracted by the various administrative and compliance tasks associated with onboarding and offboarding employees.
Global analytics firm SAS sees online crime as a big data problem and says more data helps assess threats, while analytics can be applied to solve these concerns.
A survey from analytics software firm SAS and the Global Association of Risk Professionals has found 81% of risk professionals already see the value of artificial intelligence while more than half the surveyed firms feel they lack the skills needed to implement or maintain it.
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