Big data, Bitcoins, Block-chain, cibersecurity... informatics and computers are an essential part in managing businesses, in storing information and in controlling processes and communications. Informatics and TICs are present in every sector, including the energy field.
More than 8 billion devices are connected to the Internet of Things — IoT — and this figure is set to triple in just three years. Objects will become smart and the world will undergo a fourth industrial revolution.
In a digital world, the number of cyber-attacks is on the rise. In fact, according to Kaspersky, a leading cybersecurity company, during the pandemic they increased by 25 %. As a consequence, so does concern and investment in protection systems. These attacks can compromise all kinds of information, putting companies and individuals at risk. Below, we review some of them and how to protect yourself against them.
Have you ever heard of phishing? It is a type of cyberattack that is becoming more common.
Predictive analytics uses statistical modelling techniques, big data and machine learning to extract historical data and make predictions. In the business world, it is a highly valued technique because of the benefits it can bring in terms of identifying risks and opportunities, for example. Its application ranges from e-commerce to energy, finance and insurance, among others.
In addition to the endless number of advantages it offers, the Internet also requires a series of precautions to be taken to prevent the threats hidden behind the screen.
You access services that require a password on a daily basis, including social networks, online banking, email, online stores, etc. This is why we say your passwords constitute the keys to your digital identity.