Identity Theft Protection Services Market: Global Market Size, Rising Demand, Trends, Astonishing Growth, Technology And Future Opportunities, 2028

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Dec 03, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
Research Nester has released a report titled Identity Theft Protection Services Market – Global Demand Analysis & Opportunity Outlook 2028″ which also includes some of the prominent market analyzing parameters such as industry growth drivers, restraints, supply and demand risk, market attractiveness, year-on-year (Y-O-Y) growth comparisons, market share comparisons, BPS analysis, SWOT analysis and Porter’s five force model.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), in one of its statistics, stated that in the year 2019, over 20% of all the complaints received were recorded as identity thefts. Moreover, the National Crime Victimization Survey of the Bureau of Justice Statistics, in one of its statistics, stated that the average financial loss associated with identity theft cases was recorded to USD 3500.

Several end users, such as businesses, enterprise and governmental agencies are increasingly

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Analysis of the climate protection effect of green hydrogen on heavy duty vehicles — ScienceDaily

A partial transition of German road transport to hydrogen energy is among the possibilities being discussed to help meet national climate targets. A team of researchers from the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) has examined the hypothetical transition to a hydrogen-powered transport sector through several scenarios. Their conclusion: A shift towards hydrogen-powered mobility could significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and greatly improve air quality — in particular, heavy duty vehicles represent a low-hanging fruit for decarbonization of German road transport.

“Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles offer competitive advantages over battery electric vehicles regarding heavy loads, longer driving ranges and shorter fuelling times — making them particularly attractive to the heavy duty vehicle segment” explains lead author Lindsey Weger: “Moreover, transitioning heavy-duty vehicles to green hydrogen could already achieve a deep reduction in emissions — our results indicate a potential of -57 MtCO2eq annually, which translates to about a

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How Ubiq Security uses APIs to simplify data protection

As cyberthreats continue to multiply, startups with tools to protect data are in high demand. But companies are now facing the growing complexity of managing security across their various data sources.

San Diego-based Ubiq Security believes APIs could play a key role in simplifying this task. The company hopes to encourage more developers and enterprises to build security directly into applications rather than looking for other services to plug the holes.

“How do you take the messy and complicated world of encryption and distill it down to a consumable, bite-sized chunk?” asked Ubiq CEO Wias Issa. “We built an entirely API-based platform that enables any developer of any skill set to be able to integrate encryption directly into an application without having any prior cryptography experience.”

Issa is a security veteran and said companies have generally been focused on security for their data storage systems. When they start layering applications

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More efforts needed for forest protection: expert

Vietnam has abundant forest resources, but there are many ongoing problems relating to forest protection. Trieu Van Hung, Chairman of the Vietnam Forest Science Technology Association, talks to Viettimes about the issue.

Rao Trang 3 hydropower plant got hit by a landslide on October 12. VNA/VNS Photo

Given the flooding in the central region recently, it could be said that one of the reasons is the development of hydroelectricity as hydropower seems to be the cause of the decreasing forest area. What do you think?

Hydropower development is an environmental trade-off for economic development. For many years, we have often heard leaders talking about not exchanging the environment for economic development, but in fact, there is a trade-off because otherwise economic development cannot be performed. However, we cannot make any trade-offs at any cost. A trade-off with a too high price is not advisable because when it comes to the

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Apple, GroupM, others ask for tough protection for data in Google lawsuit

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Apple Inc, advertising giant GroupM and others asked the judge hearing the Justice Department’s lawsuit against Alphabet’s Google on Friday to allow them to designate certain data used by the government as “highly confidential,” to ensure that no-one from Google could see it.



a close up of a sign: FILE PHOTO: Logo of Google is seen in Davos


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FILE PHOTO: Logo of Google is seen in Davos

The Justice Department, which sued the search and advertising giant in October, put at the core of its antitrust case the billions of dollars that Google paid to be the default search engine on Apple’s iPhones, and Apple noted in its filing that sensitive data was used to write the complaint.

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The government is accusing Google of illegally using its market muscle to hobble rivals in a lawsuit that is the biggest challenge to the power and influence of Big Tech in decades.

Google had offered to ensure that any

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Critical Infrastructure Protection Market Size, Key Technology And Industry Trends Till 2026 | Fortune Business Insights

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Nov 19, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
The global critical infrastructure protection (CIP) market is expected to grow astonishingly backed by the increasing development of smart cities. Such cities consist of cyber and physical infrastructures that enhance the overall standard of living. Security experts often use CIP solutions to protect the infrastructures from cyber-attacks. This information is given by Fortune Business Insights™ in a new report, titled, “Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Market Size, Share and COVID-19 Impact Analysis, By Component (Type, Services), By Application (Identity and Access Management, Patching and Vulnerability Management, Security Event Monitoring, Incident Response, Resilience and System Recovery, Others), By Vertical (Energy and Power, BFSI, Transportation and Logistics, Healthcare, Manufacturing and Chemical, Oil and Gas, Government and Defense, and Others) and Regional Forecast, 2020-2027.” The report further states that the critical infrastructure protection (CIP) market … Read More

Google brings new Adaptive Protection technology to its Cloud Armor network security service

Google on Wednesday announced a bevy of updates across its Network Security portfolio for Google Cloud customers. New features include enhancements to existing DDoS protections, as well as new capabilities that aim to help customers protect data and applications in the cloud. 

The most significant update is Google’s new Cloud Armor Adaptive Protection networking security technology, which leverages machine learning to protect against Layer 7 DDoS attacks. 

Cloud Armor is a distributed denial of service (DDoS) defense and web application firewall (WAF) service that relies on the same technology and infrastructure that powers Google services. Available since 2019, Cloud Armor also offers IP whitelisting and blacklisting tools and integrates with Google’s Cloud HTTP(S) Load Balancing service.

Google said its new Adaptive Protection technology within Cloud Armor uses multiple machine learning models to analyze security signals across web services to detect potential attacks. The Adaptive Protection system can detect high volume

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American Innovations Introduces New Technology Platform for Cathodic Protection

CartoPac Field Integration, an extension of the CartoPac brand AI acquired in 2019, adds to the company’s extensive suite of hardware and software platforms that deliver the most complete toolkit for Cathodic Protection professionals. The new solutions expand the company’s position as a leader for mobile enterprise data solutions for Cathodic Protection in the oil and gas pipeline industry.

See how it works and find out more at https://www.aiworldwide.com/products/cartopac-field-integration/.

“We know the workforce of pipeline operators and utilities is constantly asked to do more with less, so we challenged our product team to think big,” says AI CEO Ed Kruft. “The CartoPac Cathodic Protection software allows our customers to be more efficient and effective with the improved workflows so necessary in today’s workplace. We are excited about the future of our

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New motorcycle technology provides AI-driven protection for riders

Active safety technology and driver-assist features continue to spread across the automotive industry. It’s more likely than not that a new car sitting at a dealership features a grouping of technology as standard. However, motorcycles are a different story, and while aftermarket solutions exist to keep riders safer, RideVision hopes its technology is a game-changer.

The Israel-based company announced Monday its “collision aversion technology,” which brings a lot of familiar features found in new cars to a motorcycle in one tidy package. Alerts come via mirror-mounted LEDs and two wide-angle cameras installed at the front and rear. Together, they provide warnings for riders if a vehicle sits in their blind spot, forward collision warning, safe distance measurements and a notification for dangerous overtakes. The whole idea is to make the concept as low-key as possible for riders so they don’t detract from the riding experience. But flashing LED lights will

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Inventors design high-tech helmets for Covid protection

Yezin Al-Qaysi wearing his helmet
Yezin Al-Qaysi says that members of the public often ask about his device

For the past two months inventor Yezin Al-Qaysi has been riding the Toronto subway in Canada wearing a huge black “mad helmet”.

The hazmat (hazardous materials) helmet completely encloses his head and upper torso, and has a visor that extends all the way down to his chest.

On the back is a battery-powered fan and filter respirator system that purifies air that is sucked in, and pushes “stale” air out.

Looking like a dystopian figure straight out of an apocalyptic movie, the 32-year-old unsurprisingly gets some strong reactions.

“Somebody screamed: ‘Where did you get that!’ and many people approach me out of curiosity,” he says.

“Others are amazed.. They certainly don’t laugh, but even if they do, I cannot see their mouths because everyone is wearing masks.”

A man wearing the BioVYZR in a shop
The BioVYZR helmet can be worn when you go shopping
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