With increasing digital adoption comes the risk of protecting valuable assets that are now being stored on the cloud and analysed by edge computing systems. We are all aware of how data science is one of the hottest buzzwords in the tech domain and associated jobs are some of the most desirable. This is due to the fact that as automation gets more intelligent to handle complex tasks and smart gadgets make everyday lives easier, they generate vast amounts of user data that can be used by companies to understand their customers better and extend improved services. To analyse the raw data that’s being collected and extract actionable insights from them, sophisticated algorithms have to be developed which can make sense of information, convert them to popular formats and present them across a wide range of interfaces. This is where data scientists make a difference and so do professionals skilled in cybersecurity.
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