2019 Global Health Care Outlook

January 8, 2019

Global health care spending continues to increase dramatically. is projected to reach $10.059 trillion by 2022. Factors impacting health care costs. life expectancy continues to climb—number of people aged over 65 globally is more than 668 million, or 11.6%, of the total global population. winning the fight against communicable diseases. non-communicable diseases (NCDs)—most prominently, cancer, heart disease, and diabetes—continue to grow.

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White Ops

White Ops launched from stealth mode in 2013 when we uncovered the problem of ad fraud. We were the first company to receive MRC-accreditation for digital ad fraud detection. With ANA, we created the industry’s first and most ground-breaking reports on digital ad fraud in 2014 and 2015. We have been strongly funded by cybersecurity firms that realize the unique capabilities of our fraud detection and prevention technologies. Ultimately, we are using our technology to protect ordinary people from malware.

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Infographic: Is Your Software Vulnerable to Cybercrime

Infographic | February 13, 2020

Third-party support and self-maintenance can’t protect youthe real solution is at the source. Don’t be fooled by third-party support providers and self-maintenance security methods. Security patching is essential for securing enterprise software, including Oracle’s. If you don’t own the code, you can’t access or update it. That leaves your software open to attack and your business open to risk.

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Cyber Security Safety Infographic

Infographic | November 29, 2021

There is an absolute need for cyber security. The key difference, however, is that there are some organizations who have more than enough resources and the latest technology to protect themselves against attacks while others don't even know about the existence of a threat. That's where a statistical infographic comes in to serve as a guide. It educates people about the current cyber security landscape and what needs to be done in order to protect their assets.

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Is your Cybersecurity fit for the future?

Infographic | January 28, 2020

A multi-layered approach works together to not only provide EDR capabilities but also to deliver the strong data and cybersecurity that the NHS aspires to. This is proactive cybersecurity protection that is fit for the future.

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Cybercrime By The Numbers

Infographic | January 3, 2020

Malware, ransomware, data breaches, and phishing are top of mind for most companies. As users, devices, applications, and data continue to move outside of the traditional enterprise perimeter and zone of control, attack surfaces will only expand. So, what are the realities of falling prey to a cyber attack?

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IT Audit-IT Security Infographic

Infographic | December 5, 2019

Cyber security has become a prevalent issue facing most organizations—one that companies recognize as an enterprise-wide issue requiring thoughtful attention. Investments in controls are necessary to protect organizations from increasingly sophisticated and widely available attack methods. Intentional attacks, breaches and incidents can have damaging consequences.

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Active directory IT security infographic

Infographic | January 24, 2020

Active Directory is a great technology. In fact I can’t image life without it. It’s pretty easy to set up, with every Microsoft Server release it gains additional options that make life for IT easier. Did you know that only 5% of 1000 fortune companies don’t use AD to organize their environment?

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White Ops

White Ops launched from stealth mode in 2013 when we uncovered the problem of ad fraud. We were the first company to receive MRC-accreditation for digital ad fraud detection. With ANA, we created the industry’s first and most ground-breaking reports on digital ad fraud in 2014 and 2015. We have been strongly funded by cybersecurity firms that realize the unique capabilities of our fraud detection and prevention technologies. Ultimately, we are using our technology to protect ordinary people from malware.

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