As NAB comes to a close for another year, aerial robotics and drones are once again a popular topic of conversation. The uptake of drone usage in content production is soaring; but it seems that even drones are susceptible to malware and bot attacks. ExchangeWire speaks with Beth Kindig (pictured below), product evangelist, Intertrust, about how the popularity of drones needs to make way for effective security measures.
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It seems that everybody is weighing in on the issue of ad blocking and the impact it’s having on the UK economy; but, with opinions ranging from the logical to the ridiculous, it is apparent that a lack of information and education is fuelling the commotion. Mikko Kotila, principal (pictured below), botlab.io, speaks exclusively to ExchangeWire about how damaging the misguided notions of ad blocking could be on the quest to find a solution.
Last week, the UK Cultural Minister John Whittingdale [...]
With malvertising reportedly rising over 300% in the last year – and with ad fraud widely reported to be at least a 10-times bigger threat than identity theft – cleaning up the next biggest cybercrime, internet advertising, should be everybody’s priority. Mikko Kotila (pictured below), principal, botlab.io, tells ExchangeWire how advertising technology is a threat to internet security and general society.
Many national economies rely on consumption as the primary driver for GDP. Production, and therefore employment, are associated with demand for products; [...]
In this week’s LATAM RoundUp brings a strong statement by Sandro Alex, congressman in Brazil, who claims that programmatic media supports cybercrime; the Brazilian delegates’ visit to London aiming to learn with the British digital market; Tremor Video launches operations in Brazil; and the development of an unified metric combining online and offline audiences.