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Over recent years, user and entity behaviour analysis (UEBA) has evolved as a new set of tools in the chief information security officer (CISO)’s armoury. So, where has it come from and how can today’s solutions help? 

A small avalanche of data from various sources (including Gartner) confirms what many of us in the cybersecurity world have believed for years: security awareness doesn’t work. I suspect that this will not come as a surprise to anyone who works in security as it is routine for employees to prioritise pretty much anything else over security when a conflict arises.

Most enterprises are flying blind with unstructured data. They don't know what they have, who is using it, why it's growing so fast, or how to be more efficient in managing it.

Transport for NSW, the agency responsible for the state's transport network, is underway with a major shift in its information management strategy, in a $A4 million migration to Micro Focus Content Manager Cloud.

Since Microsoft announced it will soon end support for Office 2013, some IT administrators are scrambling to upgrade. Others are not. IT administrators who practise software lifecycle management have already identified, scheduled and implemented necessary upgrades.

Arnold von Büren, CEO of TCG Process, is a Swiss entrepreneur with three decades of experience in capture and input management. On a visit to Australia in February, IDM asked Arnold to outline his views of the current state of Intelligent Document Processing (IDP).

As the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) continues to grow and mature, transforming the lives of more than half a million Australians, intelligent automation is shaping up as an important tool in easing the growing administrative burden. The NDIS assists Australians living with a disability to identify the support they need to achieve goals in many aspects of their lives.

Document digitisation doesn’t need to be a time-consuming and tedious task, says Scott Maurer, President OPEX International. Next generation solutions from OPEX are creating new opportunities for businesses to achieve more in less time.

Artificial intelligence (AI) tools are increasingly used at work to enhance productivity, improve decision making and reduce costs, including automating administrative tasks and monitoring security. But sharing your workplace with AI poses unique challenges, including the question – can we trust the technology?

Artificial intelligence (AI) research and deployment company OpenAI recently announced the official launch of ChatGPT, a new model for conversational AI. According to OpenAI, the dialogue provided by this platform makes it possible for ChatGPT to “answer follow-up questions, admit its mistakes, challenge incorrect premises and reject inappropriate requests.”

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