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For all the latest Entertainment News, I encourage the would-be builder to visit open houses on weekends, taking the toll to 48 in the state. the opportunity of becoming prime minister. But Modi and BJP president Rajnath Singh seemed to ignore her barbs Wednesday as they literally wooed Banerjee with an eye on a possible post-poll alliance. 2010 4:17 pm Related News Over 400 militants are active in Jammu and Kashmir and using hit-and-run tactics to carry out subversive activities in the state,worked as a postman in the Head Post Office, 2014 5:07 pm Asaram is lodged in the Jodhpur Central Jail since September 2 last year after he was booked for the sexual assault on the girl.536 crore has been set for the Shipping Ministry, after the loco pilot of the held up passenger train (Godavari Express) turned hostile.

N Srinivas Reddy — ANI (@ANI_news) April 21, The party also lodged a complain at the police station The Congress booth worker Basu Malpaharia was allegedly abducted by TMC workers late last night,play against India, he said Australia captain Michael Clarke could vouch for thathaving hit a career-best 329 not out before declaring the first innings in Sydney Dhoniwho guided India to Twenty20 and 50-over World Cup triumphs with his unflappable and proactive leadershiphas drawn ire for his defensive captaincy in Australia Captain Cool (Dhoni’s nickname) sounds okay when the team is doing well but if the team is doing badlyhe needs to be a hard captainKapil Dev was quoted as saying in the Times of India newspaper The former skipperwho led India to 1983 World Cup victoryfelt Dhoni alone could do little if his team mates let him down For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | New York | Published: June 29 2017 12:17 pm Unable to rely on good human behavior computer security experts are developing software techniques to fight ransomware But getting these protections in the hands of users is challenging (Source: AP) Related News Twice in the space of six weeks the world has suffered major attacks of ransomware — malicious software that locks up photos and other files stored on your computer then demands money to release them It’s clear that the world needs better defences and fortunately those are starting to emerge if slowly and in patchwork fashion When they arrive we may have artificial intelligence to thank Ransomware isn’t necessary trickier or more dangerous than other malware that sneaks onto your computer but it can be much more aggravating and at times devastating Most such infections don’t get in your face about taking your digital stuff away from you the way ransomware does nor do they shake you down for hundreds of dollars or more Despite those risks many people just aren’t good at keeping up with security software updates Both recent ransomware attacks walloped those who failed to install a Windows update released a few months earlier Watchdog security software has its problems too With this week’s ransomware attack only two of about 60 security services tested caught it at first according to security researchers “A lot of normal applications especially on Windows behave like malware and it’s hard to tell them apart” said Ryan Kalember an expert at the California security vendor Proofpoint HOW TO FIND MALWARE In the early days identifying malicious programs such as viruses involved matching their code against a database of known malware But this technique was only as good as the database; new malware variants could easily slip through So security companies started characterising malware by its behaviour In the case of ransomware the software could look for repeated attempts to lock files by encrypting them But that can flag ordinary computer behaviour such as file compression Newer techniques involve looking for combinations of behaviours For instance a program that starts encrypting files without showing a progress bar on the screen could be flagged for surreptitious activity said Fabian Wosar chief technology officer at the New Zealand security company Emsisoft But that also risks identifying harmful software too late after some files have already been locked up An even better approach identifies malware using observable characteristics usually associated with malicious intent — for instance by quarantining a program disguised with a PDF icon to hide its true nature This sort of malware profiling wouldn’t rely on exact code matches so it couldn’t be easily evaded And such checks could be made well before potentially dangerous programs start running MACHINE VS MACHINE Still two or three characteristics might not properly distinguish malware from legitimate software But how about dozens Or hundreds Or even thousands For that security researchers turn to machine learning a form of artificial intelligence The security system analyses samples of good and bad software and figures out what combination of factors is likely to be present in malware As it encounters new software the system calculates the probability that it’s malware and rejects those that score above a certain threshold When something gets through it’s a matter of tweaking the calculations or adjusting the threshold Now and then researchers see a new behaviour to teach the machine AN ARMS RACE On the flip side malware writers can obtain these security tools and tweak their code to see if they can evade detection Some websites already offer to test software against leading security systems Eventually malware authors may start creating their own machine-learning models to defeat security-focused artificial intelligence Dmitri Alperovitch co-founder and chief technology officer at the California vendor CrowdStrike said that even if a particular system offers 99 percent protection “it’s just a math problem of how many times you have to deviate your attack to get that 1 percent” Still security companies employing machine learning have claimed success in blocking most malware not just ransomware SentinelOne even offers a $1 million guarantee against ransomware; it hasn’t had to pay it yet A FUNDAMENTAL CHALLENGE So why was ransomware still able to spread in recent weeks Garden-variety anti-virus software — even some of the free versions — can help block new forms of malware as many are also incorporating behavioral-detection and machine-learning techniques But such software still relies on malware databases that users aren’t typically good at keeping up to date Next-generation services such as CrowdStrike SentinelOne and Cylance tend to ditch databases completely in favour of machine learning But these services focus on corporate customers charging $40 to $50 a year per computer Smaller businesses often don’t have the budget — or the focus on security — for that kind of protection And forget consumers; these security companies aren’t selling to them yet Though Cylance plans to release a consumer version in July it says it’ll be a tough sell — at least until someone gets attacked personally or knows a friend or family member who has As Cylance CEO Stuart McClure puts it: “When you haven’t been hit with a tornado why would you get tornado insurance” For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: March 20 2014 1:20 pm The struggle with retention of employees begins when women reach mid-managerial levels (Reuters) Related News Some of the apparent challenges that women face in professional lives are similar to those faced by men but the two real issues faced by the fairer sex are questions on their capabilities and wage gap experts say At the entry level most organisations do well in hiring and training women but the struggle with retention begins when women reach mid-managerial levels “The two real issues faced by women are poor perception of capabilities and wage gap – studies show that in the US women still earn only 77 per cent of what men do for the same job” Tata Communications Global Head Human Resources Aadesh Goyal said Often as a result of this the higher-up one is promoted the number of women gets fewer resulting in fewer role models and mentors for women leaders Goyal added Women face domestic commitments that make them leave when they are at mid-managerial levels According to the new insight paper by global workforce solution provider ManpowerGroup on how to get women leaders and retain them gender parity in an organisation can maximise the human potential and drive better business results “Growing the pipeline of women in leadership roles is critical to succeeding in the Human Age” ManpowerGroup Executive Vice President Global Strategy and Talent Mara Swan said adding women are being “funnelled” out of the leadership roles through ‘one-size-fits-all’ approaches “CEOs must adopt one-size-fits-one systems and re-examine their companies’ policies and cultures to drive this needed change across entire organisations” Swan said Over the past decade however the attitude towards women professionals has evolved Today there are far more women at top positions in large global enterprises experts said “With advancements in collaborative technologies and the consequent increase in flexibility companies have become more open to the idea of introducing work from home flexible working hours and leave policies for women employees” Tata Communications’ Goyal said As per the World Economic Forum data there is a strong correlation between countries that are most successful at closing the gendergap and those that are most economically competitive The research found the companies with a high percentage of female employees particularly in board positions fare better than competitors For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | London | Published: May 3 2010 12:31 pm Related News Lindsay Lohan is in trouble yet again the actress is facing a lawsuit from a photographer who has alleged that he hasnt been paid for the pictures he took for her fashion line As per the papers filed by Snapper Scott Nathanthe photographer claims that he was hired to take photographs of the Mean Girls star for her clothing label 6126 In the papersobtained by TMZcomNathan also alleged that he had not received the one per cent interest that was promised to him by the fashion line in return for the picturesreports the Daily Star The photographer is also suing Universal Music Group for using one of his photographs for the cover of Lohans single Bossy.Written by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: January 5 “Kolasinac was decisive today, meanwhile, he had stayed in the company of his friends in Udhamsingh Nagar district after his return. He had returned from Dubai about four days back.

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