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What is smishing? Check out this blog to learn what it is & more!
Voting day is November 6th, read about when you can vote, election security, and what you’ll be voting on.
Cyberinsurance is on the rise as cybercrime rates are hitting an all time high, learn more about this new insurance policy in this blog.
Cybersecurity is something that can be tackled at the organizational level, but when it comes down to it, the responsibilities often stays with individuals within an organization. Learn more about this threat and solutions in this blog.
Natural disasters are harrowing for everyone involved, but new technological developments hold the potential to minimize the impact of these catastrophes.
Accuracy is important in every business. What’s different is how it’s measured, and what is important to each business. Learn different ways to assess accuracy using a school quiz metaphor in our latest blog.
China is on pace to outspend the US on research and development by the end of the year. Learn more about these figures and how Extract is leveraging AI in this blog.
Government websites have often been an eyesore, but new looks at these sites are redesigned have focused on usability and value creation for citizens as opposed to a fresh coat of paint.
A company in California is using technology to help improve the rate at which people make their court appearances. Learn more about the reminders and other benefits of this program here.
It’s unsurprising to know that Google has a good amount of data about your behaviors and preferences. What might be surprising is just how much data the firm has and the variety of sources that they collect it from. Learn more about privacy and Google in our latest blog.