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Behavior stories

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Seeing Machines releases Guardian Insights Report on fleet driver behaviour
Mon, 6th Nov 2023
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cartech
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road safety
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driving
Seeing Machines has published its first Guardian Insights Report, documenting the impact of driver behaviour in fleet vehicles.
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Cybermate unveils Australia's 1st 'Psybersecurity' app for SMEs
Thu, 24th Aug 2023
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it training
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advanced persistent threat protection
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cybersecurity
Cybermate 2.0 turns the spotlight onto the human behavioural aspects of cyber risk, thus complementing traditional cybersecurity measures.
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Standing up to the ransomware issue with Artificial Intelligence
Wed, 28th Jun 2023
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ransomware
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ai
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cybersecurity
Cloud-native applications and solutions are on the rise, with ransomware simultaneously skyrocketing - and this is no coincidence.
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Digital psychotherapeutics market to be US$12.2 billion by 2033: FMI
Wed, 24th May 2023
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it in healthcare
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analyst report
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mental health
Over the next ten years, global digital psychotherapeutics demand will likely accelerate at 27.6% CAGR and surpass US$12.2 billion.
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Havas Market× names Rebecca Tos as Managing Partner
Thu, 2nd Mar 2023
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cx
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martech
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crm
Havas Media Group appoints Rebecca Tos as Managing Partner to head new Havas Market× division offering full customer journey engagement for marketers.
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Snowplow acquires Sydney-based Poplin Data, extends global customer base
Fri, 13th Jan 2023
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customers
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m&a
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r&d
Snowplow has announced the acquisition of Poplin Data, Snowplow's exclusive integration and enablement partner in Australia and New Zealand.
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Conscious Consumers : Change business behaviour through conscious spending
Mon, 11th Jul 2016
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spending
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retail
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cios
Conscious Consumers app rewards ethical spending. Help businesses that do good and earn loyalty points. Join now at www.CountMeIn.nz #EthicalConsumption.
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Cyber crime: we’re guilty too
Mon, 1st Nov 2010
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edutech
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malware
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phishing
We don’t like cyber crime, but we feel powerless to do anything about it, so generally we don’t report it. And some of the things we do online are probably illegal too, but we feel as though we can get away with it.