New Cisco Network Can Recognize Intent, Mitigate Threats

| August 16, 2017

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Today’s topics include Cisco Systems’ launch of its groundbreaking networking system, Google’s new job search service, Lenovo’s unveiling of the world’s largest Intel-based supercomputer and a milestone in the number of mobile users worldwide.

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HYPR Corp.

With millions of users deployed across the Global 2000, HYPR is the first Decentralized Authentication Platform designed to eliminate credential reuse, fraud and phishing for consumers and employees across the enterprise.When passwords are stored inside the enterprise, they create a single point of failure. Centralized passwords are the primary target for hackers and have remained the #1 cause of mass breaches, credential reuse, fraud and phishing attacks.

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HYPR Corp.

With millions of users deployed across the Global 2000, HYPR is the first Decentralized Authentication Platform designed to eliminate credential reuse, fraud and phishing for consumers and employees across the enterprise.When passwords are stored inside the enterprise, they create a single point of failure. Centralized passwords are the primary target for hackers and have remained the #1 cause of mass breaches, credential reuse, fraud and phishing attacks.

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