'We are losing the cyber war' says Oracle's Larry Ellison as he introduces automated security

Tom Allen
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We will see more massive data thefts if we continue to fail to prioritise security

Automation has long been a hot button topic for the cybersecurity industry, promising automatic patching and a move away from the legacy ‘fingerprinting' style of defence. Oracle CTO Larry Ellison ...

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