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Leading security measures against cyber crime among Canadian companies 2017

Leading security safeguards preventing cyber crime which organizations in Canada plan to invest in over the next year as of May 2017

by J. Clement, last edited Apr 18, 2018
Leading security measures against cyber crime among Canadian companies 2017 This statistic shows the leading security safeguards prevent cyber crime which Canadian organizations plan to invest in over the next year as of May 2017. The findings show that 65 percent of Canadian organizations planned to invest in biometrics and advanced authentication in an effort to prevent cyber crime, whereas 19 percent said that they were looking to invest in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in the following year.
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Leading security safeguards preventing cyber crime which organizations in Canada plan to invest in over the next year as of May 2017

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by J. Clement, last edited Apr 18, 2018
This statistic shows the leading security safeguards prevent cyber crime which Canadian organizations plan to invest in over the next year as of May 2017. The findings show that 65 percent of Canadian organizations planned to invest in biometrics and advanced authentication in an effort to prevent cyber crime, whereas 19 percent said that they were looking to invest in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in the following year.
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