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Christopher Bailey, NuData CEO

Christopher Bailey, from CTO to CEO, but always solving problems

Christopher Bailey, NuData CEOChristopher is a problem solver. Whether it is coding, building Lego as a kid, finding the right number to finish Sudokus at home, or now solving problems in the cybersecurity space as NuData’s CEO, Bailey is always looking for the next challenge to throw himself into. He co-founded NuData with Michel Giasson in 2007. The two have been an unbeatable duo, with Giasson as CEO, focusing on growing the business and its clients, and Bailey as CTO, delivering innovative features

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Is your device as unique as you are? Spoiler: Almost.

With 97% of attacks coming from an anomalous device or network, devices have the power to uncover most of today’s threats – if used right. If you missed our device intelligence webinar (Are Devices as Unique as You Are?) read on for the key points or watch the replay here. What are the common limitations of device intel? If there was an absolute device identifier that lasted for as long as a device, we wouldn’t be talking about this today.

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RSA - NuData booth

March event madness!

RSA - NuData boothMarch has moved at a breathtaking speed. With the beginning of spring, NuData ends its busiest month that included three back-to-back conferences, keeping us on our toes but also up to date on the latest in cybersecurity.  We went from the beautiful views and unique architecture of San Francisco to the glitz and glam of Las Vegas. Here are a few things we learned on the way.  First stop: RSA  RSA is one of the largest cybersecurity conferences in the

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MRC Vegas 2019 food

What The Food at MRC Vegas 2019 Taught us About Fraud

MRC Vegas 2019 foodWith over 1,600 attendees, MRC 2019 was a hot pot of merchants, fraud problems, and innovative ideas – with a side of mouth-watering desserts. There is one thing we can all agree on after attending the MRC 2019 conference in Vegas: The time for canned solutions is long gone. Like the diverse and elaborate cuisine we enjoyed during the MRC buffet, fraud experts need to combine different security tools and flavors to meet the security requirements of constantly-evolving merchant challenges

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John hearty making an effort to pose

From Philosophy Theorist to Data Science Manager; Introducing John Hearty

John hearty making an effort to pose“Studying alone wasn’t going to cut it; the employers you really want to work for look for people who’ve gone out and do something alongside their studies”. I was one of those kids that has too many questions, so at my high school it was generally agreed that Philosophy was a good fit for me. Employability was not a factor in my decision making then! I studied Philosophy at Nottingham. Undergraduate Philosophy study was pretty much 3 years of learning

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