A Gamified Way of Improving Security 

In this TechTalk, Monica will take you through the challenges teams have when handling security activities, and how we can help them accomplish these tasks by automating and by using gamification.

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Cyber security is no longer a male-dominated industry. More and more women are entering this vital discipline that protects people and their data from cyber attackers. In part one of this two-part series, get to know some of the talented women working with cyber security at Visma

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AI has been a buzzword for quite some time. And as a professional in the field, you may have gotten the question: “Can’t we just use some AI?” In this article, you’ll get the needed support to explain why AI is or is not a good solution, through a framework to anchor your arguments. We call it the AI Evaluation Loop.