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IBM today announced a new strategy for the implementation of several “error mitigation” techniques designed to bring about the era of fault-tolerant quantum computers.

Up front: Anyone still clinging to the notion that quantum circuits are too noisy for useful computing is about to be disillusioned.

A decade ago, the idea of a working quantum computing system seemed far-fetched to most of us. Today, researchers around the world connect to IBM’s cloud-based quantum systems with such frequency that, according to IBM’s director of quantum infrastructure, some three billion quantum circuits are completed every day.

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IBM and other companies are already using quantum technology to do things that either couldn’t be done by classical binary computers or would take too much time or energy. But there’s still a lot of work to be done.

The dream is to create a useful, fault-tolerant quantum computer capable of demonstrating clear quantum advantage — the point where quantum processors are capable of doing things that classical ones simply cannot.

Background: Here at Neural, we identified quantum computing as the most important technology of 2022 and that’s unlikely to change as we continue the perennial march forward.

The short and long of it is that quantum computing promises to do away with our current computational limits. Rather than replacing the CPU or GPU, it’ll add the QPU (quantum processing unit) to our tool belt.

What this means is up to the individual use case. Most of us don’t need quantum computers because our day-to-day problems aren’t that difficult.

But, for industries such as banking, energy, and security, the existence of new technologies capable of solving problems more complex than today’s technology can represents a paradigm shift the likes of which we may not have seen since the advent of steam power.

If you can imagine a magical machine capable of increasing efficiency across numerous high-impact domains — it could save time, money, and energy at scales that could ultimately affect every human on Earth — then you can understand why IBM and others are so desparate on building QPUs that demonstrate quantum advantage.

The problem: Building pieces of hardware capable of manipulating quantum mechanics as a method by which to perform a computation is, as you can imagine, very hard.

IBM’s spent the past decade or so figuring out how to solve the foundational problems plaguing the field — to include the basic infrastructure, cooling, and power source requirements necessary just to get started in the labs.

Today, IBM’s quantum roadmap shows just how far the industry has come:

But to get where it’s going, we need to solve one of the few remaining foundational problems related to the development of useful quantum processors: they’re noisy as heck.

The solution: Noisy qubits are the quantum computer engineer’s current bane. Essentially, the more processing power you try to squeeze out of a quantum computer the noisier its qubits get (qubits are essentially the computer bits of quantum computing).

Until now, the bulk of the work in squelching this noise has involved scaling qubits so that the signal the scientists are trying to read is strong enough to squeeze through.

In the experimental phases, solving noisy qubits was largely a game of Wack-a-mole. As scientists came up with new techniques — many of which were pioneered in IBM laboratories — they pipelined them to researchers for novel application.

But, these days, the field has advanced quite a bit. The art of error mitigation has evolved from targeted one-off solutions to a full suite of techniques.

Per IBM:

Current quantum hardware is subject to different sources of noise, the most well-known being qubit decoherence, individual gate errors, and measurement errors. These errors limit the depth of the quantum circuit that we can implement. However, even for shallow circuits, noise can lead to faulty estimates. Fortunately, quantum error mitigation provides a collection of tools and methods that allow us to evaluate accurate expectation values from noisy, shallow depth quantum circuits, even before the introduction of fault tolerance.

In accurate years, we developed and implemented two general-purpose error mitigation methods, called zero noise extrapolation (ZNE) and probabilistic error cancellation (PEC).

Both techniques involve extremely complex applications of quantum mechanics, but they basically boil down to finding ways to eliminate or squelch the noise coming off quantum systems and/or to amplify the signal that scientists are trying to measure for quantum computations and other processes.

Neural’s take: We spoke to IBM’s director of quantum infrastructure, Jerry Chow, who seemed pretty excited about the new paradigm.

He explained that the techniques being touted in the new press release were already in production. IBM’s already demonstrated massive improvements in their ability to scale solutions, repeat cutting-edge results, and speed up classical processes using quantum hardware.

The bottom line is that quantum computers are here, and they work. Currently, it’s a bit hit or miss whether they can solve a specific problem better than classical systems, but the last remaining hard obstacle is fault-tolerance.

IBM’s new “error mitigation” strategy signals a change from the discovery phase of fault-tolerance solutions to implementation.

We tip our hats to the IBM quantum research team. Learn more here at IBM’s official blog.

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IBM Corp. beat second-quarter earnings estimates today, but shareholders were unimpressed, sending the computing giant’s shares down more than 4% in early after-hours trading.

Revenue rose 16%, to $15.54 billion in constant currency terms, and rose 9% from the $14.22 billion IBM reported in the same quarter a year ago after adjusting for the spinoff of managed infrastructure-service business Kyndryl Holdings Inc. Net income jumped 45% year-over-year, to $2.5 billion, and diluted earnings per share of $2.31 a share were up 43% from a year ago.

Analysts had expected adjusted earnings of $2.26 a share on revenue of $15.08 billion.

The strong numbers weren’t a surprise given that IBM had guided expectations toward high single-digit growth. The stock decline was attributed to a lower free cash flow forecast of $10 billion for 2022, which was below the $10 billion-to-$10.5 billion range it had initially forecast. However, free cash flow was up significantly for the first six months of the year.

It’s also possible that a report saying Apple was looking at slowing down hiring, which caused the overall market to fall slightly today, might have spilled over to other tech stocks such as IBM in the extended trading session.

Delivered on promises

On the whole, the company delivered what it said it would. Its hybrid platform and solutions category grew 9% on the back of 17% growth in its Red Hat Business. Hybrid cloud revenue rose 19%, to $21.7 billion. Transaction processing sales rose 19% and the software segment of hybrid cloud revenue grew 18%.

“This quarter says that [Chief Executive Arvind Krishna] and his team continue to get the big calls right both from a platform strategy and also from the investments and acquisitions IBM has made over the last 18 months,” said Bola Rotibi, research director for software development at CCS Insight Ltd. Despite broad fears of a downturn in the economy, “the company is bucking the expected trend and more than meeting expectations,” she said.

Software revenue grew 11.6% in constant currency terms, to $6.2 billion, helped by a 7% jump in sales to Kyndryl. Consulting revenue rose almost 18% in constant currency, to $4.8 billion, while infrastructure revenue grew more than 25%, to $4.2 billion, driven largely by the announcement of a new series of IBM z Systems mainframes, which delivered 69% revenue growth.

With investors on edge about the risk of recession and his potential impact on technology spending, Chief Executive Arvind Krishna (pictured) delivered an upbeat message. “There’s every reason to believe technology spending in the [business-to-business] market will continue to surpass GDP growth,” he said. “Demand for solutions remains strong. We continue to have double-digit growth in IBM consulting, broad growth in software and, with the z16 launch, strong growth in infrastructure.”

Healthy pipeline

Krishna called IBM’s current sales pipeline “pretty healthy. The second half at this point looks consistent with the first half by product line and geography,” he said. He suggested that technology spending is benefiting from its leverage in reducing costs, making the sector less vulnerable to recession. ”We see the technology as deflationary,” he said. “It acts as a counterbalance to all of the inflation and labor demographics people are facing all over the globe.”

While IBM has been criticized for spending $34 billion to buy Red Hat Inc. instead of investing in infrastructure, the deal appears to be paying off as expected, Rotibi said. Although second-quarter growth in the Red Hat business was lower than the 21% recorded in the first quarter, “all the indices show that they are getting very good value from the portfolio,” she said. Red Hat has boosted IBM’s consulting business but products like Red Hat Enterprise Linux and OpenShift have also benefited from the Big Blue sales force.

With IBM being the first major information technology provider to report results, Pund-IT Inc. Chief Analyst Charles King said the numbers bode well for reports soon to come from other firms. “The strength of IBM’s quarter could portend good news for other vendors focused on enterprises,” he said. “While those businesses aren’t immune to systemic problems, they have enough heft and buoyancy to ride out storms.”

One area that IBM has talked less and less about over the past few quarters is its public cloud business. The company no longer breaks out cloud revenues and prefers to talk instead about its hybrid business and partnerships with major public cloud providers.

Hybrid focus

“IBM’s primary focus has long been on developing and enabling hybrid cloud offerings and services; that’s what its enterprise customers want, and that’s what its solutions and consultants aim to deliver,” King said.

IBM’s recently expanded partnership with Amazon Web Services Inc. is an example of how the company has pivoted away from competing with the largest hyperscalers and now sees them as a sales channel, Rotibi said. “It is a pragmatic recognition of the footprint of the hyperscalers but also playing to IBM’s strength in the services it can build on top of the other cloud platforms, its consulting arm and infrastructure,” she said.

Krishna asserted that, now that the Kyndryl spinoff is complete, IBM is in a strong position to continue on its plan to deliver high-single-digit revenue growth percentages for the foreseeable future. Its consulting business is now focused principally on business transformation projects rather than technology implementation and the people-intensive business delivered a pretax profit margin of 9%, up 1% from last year. “Consulting is a critical part of our hybrid platform thesis,” said Chief Financial Officer James Kavanaugh.

Pund-IT’s King said IBM Consulting “is firing on all cylinders. That includes double-digit growth in its three main categories of business transformation, technology consulting and application operations as well as a notable 32% growth in hybrid cloud consulting.”

Dollar worries

With the U.S. dollar at a 20-year high against the euro and a 25-year high against the yen, analysts on the company’s earnings call directed several questions to the impact of currency fluctuations on IBM’s results.

Kavanaugh said these are unknown waters but the company is prepared. “The velocity of the [dollar’s] strengthening is the sharpest we’ve seen in over a decade; over half of currencies are down-double digits against the U.S. dollar,” he said. “This is unprecedented in rate, breadth and magnitude.”

Kavanaugh said IBM is more insulated against currency fluctuations than most companies because it has long hedged against volatility. “Hedging mitigates volatility in the near term,” he said. “It does not eliminate currency as a factor but it allows you time to address your business model for price, for source, for labor pools and for cost structures.”

The company’s people-intensive consulting business also has some built-in protections against a downturn, Kavanaugh said. “In a business where you hire tens of thousands of people, you also churn tens of thousands each year,” he said. “It gives you an automatic way to hit a pause in some of the profit controls because if you don’t see demand you can slow down your supply-side. You can get a 10% to 20% impact that you pretty quickly control.”

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Killexams : Fraud Analytics Software Market Recovery and Impact Analysis Report IBM, FICO, Oracle

New Jersey, N.J., Aug 03, 2022 Fraud Analytics software automatically monitors transactions and events in real time to detect and prevent fraudulent activities taking place in the company, on the Internet or in the store. It prevents inappropriate access to sensitive company and customer data.

Despite technological advances that facilitate payment options or access to data, growing concerns about digital fraud require the implementation of fraud detection solutions. The advancement of digital fraud, financial crime and cyber attacks is challenging the growth of several companies worldwide. The growing number of fraudulent activities combined with the increasing number of online transactions are driving the development of the market. The ever-increasing use of next-generation digital channels to interact, transact and market products and services is one of the main drivers of the growth of fraudulent activity.

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This Fraud Analytics Software research report throws light on the major market players thriving in the market; it tracks their business strategies, financial status, and upcoming products.

Some of the Top companies Influencing this Market include:IBM, FICO, Oracle, SAS Institute, Dell EMC, Fair Issac, BAE Systems, DXC Technology, SAP, ACI Worldwide, Fiserv, ThreatMetrix, NICE Systems, Experian, LexisNexis

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Firstly, this Fraud Analytics Software research report introduces the market by providing an overview which includes definition, applications, product launches, developments, challenges, and regions. The market is forecasted to reveal strong development by driven consumption in various markets. An analysis of the current market designs and other basic characteristics is provided in the Fraud Analytics Software report.

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Killexams : Explainable AI Is Trending And Here’s Why

According to the 2022 IBM Institute for Business Value study on AI Ethics in Action, building trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (AI) is perceived as a strategic differentiator and organizations are beginning to implement AI ethics mechanisms.

Seventy-five percent of respondents believe that ethics is a source of competitive differentiation. More than 67% of respondents who view AI and AI ethics as important indicate that their organizations outperform their peers in sustainability, social responsibility, and diversity and inclusion.

The survey showed that 79% of CEOs are prepared to embed AI ethics into their AI practices, up from 20% in 2018, but less than a quarter of responding organizations have operationalized AI ethics. Less than 20% of respondents strongly agreed that their organization's practices and actions match (or exceed) their stated principles and values.

Peter Bernard, CEO of Datagration, says that understanding AI gives companies an advantage, but Bernard adds that explainable AI allows businesses to optimize their data.

"Not only are they able to explain and understand the AI/ML behind predictions, but when errors arise, they can understand where to go back and make improvements," said Bernard. "A deeper understanding of AI/ML allows businesses to know whether their AI/ML is making valuable predictions or whether they should be improved."

Bernard believes this can ensure incorrect data is spotted early on and stopped before decisions are made.

Avivah Litan, vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner, says that explainable AI also furthers scientific discovery as scientists and other business users can explore what the AI model does in various circumstances.

"They can work with the models directly instead of relying only on what predictions are generated given a certain set of inputs," said Litan.

But John Thomas, Vice President and Distinguished Engineer in IBM Expert Labs, says at its very basic level, explainable AI are the methods and processes for helping us understand a model's output. "In other words, it's the effort to build AI that can explain to designers and users why it made the decision it did based on the data that was put into it," said Thomas.

Thomas says there are many reasons why explainable AI is urgently needed.

"One reason is model drift. Over time as more and more data is fed into a given model, this new data can influence the model in ways you may not have intended," said Thomas. "If we can understand why an AI is making certain decisions, we can do much more to keep its outputs consistent and trustworthy over its lifecycle."

Thomas adds that at a practical level, we can use explainable AI to make models more accurate and refined in the first place. "As AI becomes more embedded in our lives in more impactful ways, [..] we're going to need not only governance and regulatory tools to protect consumers from adverse effects, we're going to need technical solutions as well," said Thomas.

"AI is becoming more pervasive, yet most organizations cannot interpret or explain what their models are doing," said Litan. "And the increasing dependence on AI escalates the impact of mis-performing AI models with severely negative consequences," said Litan.

Bernard takes it back to a practical level, saying that explainable AI [..] creates proof of what senior engineers and experts "know" intuitively and explaining the reasoning behind it simultaneously. "Explainable AI can also take commonly held beliefs and prove that the data does not back it up," said Bernard.

"Explainable AI lets us troubleshoot how an AI is making decisions and interpreting data is an extremely important tool in helping us ensure AI is helping everyone, not just a narrow few," said Thomas.

Hiring is an example of where explainable AI can help everyone.

Thomas says hiring managers deal with all kinds of hiring and talent shortages and usually get more applications than they can read thoroughly. This means there is a strong demand to be able to evaluate and screen applicants algorithmically.

"Of course, we know this can introduce bias into hiring decisions, as well as overlook a lot of people who might be compelling candidates with unconventional backgrounds," said Thomas. "Explainable AI is an ideal solution for these sorts of problems because it would allow you to understand why a model rejected a certain applicant and accepted another. It helps you make your make model better.”

Making AI trustworthy

IBM's AI Ethics survey showed that 85% of IT professionals agree that consumers are more likely to choose a company that's transparent about how its AI models are built, managed and used.

Thomas says explainable AI is absolutely a response to concerns about understanding and being able to trust AI's results.

"There's a broad consensus among people using AI that you need to take steps to explain how you're using it to customers and consumers," said Thomas. "At the same time, the field of AI Ethics as a practice is relatively new, so most companies, even large ones, don't have a Head of AI ethics, and they don't have the skills they need to build an ethics panel in-house."

Thomas believes it's essential that companies begin thinking about building those governance structures. "But there also a need for technical solutions that can help companies manage their use of AI responsibly," said Thomas.

Driven by industry, compliance or everything?

Bernard points to the oil and gas industry as why explainable AI is necessary.

"Oil and gas have [..] a level of engineering complexity, and very few industries apply engineering and data at such a deep and constant level like this industry," said Bernard. "From the reservoir to the surface, every aspect is an engineering challenge with millions of data points and different approaches."

Bernard says in this industry, operators and companies still utilize spreadsheets and other home-grown systems-built decades ago. "Utilizing ML enables them to take siloed knowledge, Excellerate it and create something transferrable across the organization, allowing consistency in decision making and process."

"When oil and gas companies can perform more efficiently, it is a win for everyone," said Bernard. "The companies see the impact in their bottom line by producing more from their existing assets, lowering environmental impact, and doing more with less manpower."

Bernard says this leads to more supply to help ease the burden on demand. "Even modest increases like 10% improvement in production can have a massive impact in supply, the more production we have [..] consumers will see relief at the pump."

But Litan says the trend toward explainable AI is mainly driven by regulatory compliance.

In a 2021 Gartner survey, AI in Organizations reported that regulatory compliance is the top reason privacy, security and risk are barriers to AI implementation.

"Regulators are demanding AI model transparency and proof that models are not generating biased decisions and unfair 'irresponsible' policies," said Litan. "AI privacy, security and/or risk management starts with AI explainability, which is a required baseline."

Litan says Gartner sees the biggest uptake of explainable AI in regulated industries like healthcare and financial services. "But we also see it increasingly with technology service providers that use AI models, notably in security or other scenarios," said Litan.

Litan adds that another reason explainable AI is trending is that organizations are unprepared to manage AI risks and often cut corners around model governance. "Organizations that adopt AI trust, risk and security management – which starts with inventorying AI models and explaining them – get better business results," adds Litan.

But IBM's Thomas doesn't think you can parse the uptake of explainable AI by industry.

"What makes a company interested in explainable AI isn't necessarily the industry they're in; they're invested in AI in the first place," said Thomas. "IT professionals at businesses deploying AI are 17% more likely to report that their business values AI explainability. Once you get beyond exploration and into the deployment phase, explaining what your models are doing and why quickly becomes very important to you."

Thomas says that IBM sees some compelling use cases in specific industries starting with medical research.

"There is a lot of excitement about the potential for AI to accelerate the pace of discovery by making medical research easier," said Thomas. "But, even if AI can do a lot of heavy lifting, there is still skepticism among doctors and researchers about the results."

Thomas says explainable AI has been a powerful solution to that particular problem, allowing researchers to embrace AI modeling to help them solve healthcare-related challenges because they can refine their models, control for bias and monitor the results.

"That trust makes it much easier for them to build models more quickly and feel comfortable using them to inform their care for patients," said Thomas.

IBM worked with Highmark Health to build a model using claims data to model sepsis and COVID-19 risk. But again, Thomas adds that because it's a tool for refining and monitoring how your AI models perform, explainable AI shouldn't be restricted to any particular industry or use case.

"We have airlines who use explainable AI to ensure their AI is doing a good job predicting plane departure times. In financial services and insurance, companies are using explainable AI to make sure they are making fair decisions about loan rates and premiums," said Thomas. "This is a technical component that will be critical for anyone getting serious about using AI at scale, regardless of what industry they are in."

Guard rails for AI ethics

What does the future look like with AI ethics and explainable AI?

Thomas says the hope is that explainable AI will spread and see adoption because that will be a sign companies take trustworthy AI, both the governance and the technical components, very seriously.

He also sees explainable AI as essential guardrails for AI Ethics down the road.

"When we started putting seatbelts in cars, a lot more people started driving, but we also saw fewer and less severe accidents," said Thomas. "That's the obvious hope - that we can make the benefits of this new technology much more widely available while also taking the needed steps to ensure we are not introducing unanticipated consequences or harms."

One of the most significant factors working against the adoption of AI and its productivity gains is the genuine need to address concerns about how AI is used, what types of data are being collected about people, and whether AI will put them out of a job.

But Thomas says that worry is contrary to what’s happening today. "AI is augmenting what humans can accomplish, from helping researchers conduct studies faster to assisting bankers in designing fairer and more efficient loans to helping technicians inspect and fix equipment more quickly," said Thomas. "Explainable AI is one of the most important ways we are helping consumers understand that, so a user can say with a much greater degree of certainty that no, this AI isn't introducing bias, and here's exactly why and what this model is really doing."

One tangible example IBM uses is AI Factsheets in their IBM Cloud Pak for Data. IBM describes the factsheets as 'nutrition labels' for AI, which allows them to list the types of data and algorithms that make up a particular in the same way a food item lists its ingredients.

"To achieve trustworthy AI at scale, it takes more than one company or organization to lead the charge,” said Thomas. “AI should come from a diversity of datasets, diversity in practitioners, and a diverse partner ecosystem so that we have continuous feedback and improvement.”

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Killexams : Data-centric Security Market growth, business opportunities, share value, key insights and size estimation by 2027

"Informatica (US), IBM (US), Broadcom (US), Micro Focus (US), Varonis Systems (US), Talend (US), Orange Cyberdefense (France), Forcepoint (US), Imperva (US), NetApp (US), Infogix (US), PKWARE (US), Seclore (US), Fasoo (South Korea), Protegrity (US), Egnyte (US), Netwrix (US), Digital Guardian (US), HelpSystems (US), BigID (US), Securiti (US), SecuPi (US)."

Data-centric Security Market by Component (Software and Solutions and Professional Services), Deployment Mode (Cloud and On-premises), Organization Size, Vertical (Government and Defense, Healthcare, Telecommunications) Region - Global Forecast to 2027

MarketsandMarkets forecasts the global Data-centric Security Market size is projected to grow from an estimated value of USD 4.2 billion in 2022 to USD 12.3 billion by 2027, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 23.9% from 2022 to 2027. Increasing demand for data-centric security solutions for cloud-based data security; stringent compliances and regulations; and increasing risk on enterprise data due to exploitation of big data analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence is driving the growth of data-centric security market across the globe.

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By component, the services segment to register the highest growth rate during the forecast period

Based on component, data-centric security services have witnessed a growing demand in accurate years. The services segment includes various services that are required to deploy, execute, and maintain data-centric security platforms in organizations. Enterprises need support from service providers to enhance their data management, policy control, auditing & reporting, data protection, and for maintaining the governance over various silos. Professional service providers help enterprises in deploying data centric security software and solutions and managing all the queries in the product life cycle.

The professional services are offered through professionals, specialists, or experts to support the business. These services include consulting, designing and development and implementation, and support services. The latest techniques, strategies, and skills adopted by the professionals are said to be helping organizations in adopting data centric security features. They also offer customized implementation and risk assessment and assist with the deployment via industry-defined best practices.

With the increasing demand for data-centric security solutions in high-growth markets such as APAC and MEA, there is a significant demand for training and education services to spread awareness about various data-centric security solutions.

Based on organization size, the SMEs segment to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period

By organization size, the data centric security market is sub-segmented into large enterprises and SMEs. SMEs use data centric security solutions to reduce data fraud while enhancing the customer experience. The growing usage of mobile devices has influenced the data transfer over business networks to personal devices, such as mobile phones and laptops. Hence, this helps in increasing the fraudulent data, cyberattacks, data losses, and threat of personal data thefts. These rising security issues have made way for SMEs to focus their concerns on data centric security. Although, SMEs have to consider their limited budget, the comprehension of corporate information being an important consideration, makes them use data discovery and classification, data protection, and data governance solutions. Moreover, these solutions are available at economical pricing in the cloud deployment type. In the coming years, data centric security solutions are expected to witness high adoption among SMEs, all over the region.

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What is data-centric security?

According to MarketsandMarkets, data-centric security is the process of protecting and shielding the data itself with the help of data discovery and classification, data protection and data governance, rather than protecting data containers, or system network, and perimeter security.

Competitive overview:

The data-centric security market is led by some of the globally established players such as Informatica (US), IBM (US), Broadcom (US), Micro Focus (US), Orange Cyberdefense (France), Forcepoint (US), and others. These players have adopted various growth strategies such as partnerships, agreements, collaboration, acquisitions, and product developments to increase their market presence.

IBM is renowned for its leading solutions in the data-centric security market. Today, IBM Cloud is known as the most open, secure, and reliable public cloud for business. IBM believes in leveraging data protection capabilities to secure data, achieve continuous security for enterprise applications and workloads with built-in isolation, access management, and integrated security posture.

IBM caters to a wide customer base spread globally. It is actively intensifying its position in the market through the organic strategy of new product launches. The company aims at satisfying its customers as per the changing market dynamics. This ability to innovate and respond to clients with correct information at the right time has enabled IBM to grow in the market. Therefore, IBM focuses on strengthening its position through strategic organic investments and acquisitions, broadening its technical expertise, and integrating AI with its offerings. It has transformed into a more agile enterprise to drive innovation and speed and help drive productivity that supports investments for participation in markets. The strong presence across the globe is one of the key factors leading to a good market share in the data-centric security market.

Apart from large and SME players, start-ups such as SecuPi, SealPath, Nucleus Cyber, Dathena, among others are also evolving in the data-centric security market space.

Another important player in the data-centric security market space is Broadcom which is a global technology company that develops semiconductor and infrastructure software solutions. In November 2019, Broadcom acquired Symantec’s Enterprise Security business for USD 10.7 billion. Broadcom’s products in the cybersecurity space include - Integrated Cyber Defense (ICD), endpoint security, network security, identity security, API security, and information security. Broadcom has a presence across Asia Pacific, the Americas, and EMEA countries. In the data-centric security market space, its Mainframe Compliance and Data Protection solution locates and protects sensitive and PII data to identify risk and ensure compliance. It also monitors system events to identify and proactively respond to potential risks and bad actors.

According to MnM’s market evaluation framework, most vendors in the data-centric security opt for inorganic growth strategies to maintain their competitive position in the market. The number of deals including partnerships, acquisitions, collaborations, and alliances increased by around 40-45% relatively in the period of 2020-2021. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, there was a sudden decline in product launches, product enhancements, and business expansion activities. However, from 2022 onward, companies are expected to adopt organic growth strategies to provide data-centric security solutions and services to end users.

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Aug 03, 2022 (The Expresswire) -- [160 Pages Report] The cloud security market size was valued at USD 29.26 Billion in 2021, and is projected to reach USD 106.02 Billion by 2029 growing at a CAGR of 18.1% during the forecast period. The "Cloud Security" industry report contains detailed information on factors influencing demand, growth, opportunities, challenges, and restraints. It provides detailed information about the structure and prospects for global and regional industries. In addition, the report includes data on research and development, new product launches, product responses from the global and local markets by leading players. The structured analysis offers a graphical representation and a diagrammatic breakdown of the The Cloud Security Market by region.

  • Fortune Business Insights says that the market value stood at US $ 29.26 Billion in 2021
  • By 2029, the Cloud Security Market size is expected to reach US $ 1545.6 Billion
  • The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 18.1% in the forecast period (2022-2029).
  • The growth rate of the Global Cloud Security Market is 18.1%, with an estimated value of US $ 1545.6 Billion million by 2029.

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  • Trend Micro Incorporated (Tokyo, Japan)
  • Cisco Systems, Inc. (California, U.S.)
  • McAfee, Inc. (California, U.S.)
  • Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (California, U.S.)
  • Check Point Software Technologies (Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel)
  • Microsoft Corporation (Washington, U.S.)
  • IBM Corporation (New York, U.S.)
  • Splunk Inc. (California, U.S.)
  • Alphabet Inc. (California, U.S.)
  • com (Washington, U.S.)

Driving Factor:

Rising Adoption of Cloud Computing Solutions and Applications to Augment Market Growth

Factors such as the rising implementation of cloud computing towards data monitoring solutions coupled with rising demand for massive storage applications will boost the cloud security market growth during the forecast period. Additionally, the rising adoption of managed container services and solutions coupled with increasing cyber-attacks will increase the footprint of the market. Also, an ongoing trend of crypto-jacking will fuel the growth of the market towards an extended boundary.

However, budget and data privacy measures will limit the growth of the market during the forecast period.

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5.1 North America Sales, Revenue and Market Share by Country

5.1.1 North America Sales and Cloud Security Market Share by Country (2022-2029)

5.1.2 North America Revenue and Market Share by Country (2022-2029)

5.2 United States Sales and Growth Rate (2022-2029)

5.3 Canada Sales and Growth Rate (2022-2029)

5.4 Mexico Sales and Growth Rate (2022-2029)

8 South America by Country

8.1 South America Sales, Revenue and Cloud Security Market Share by Country

8.1.1 South America Sales and Market Share by Country (2022-2029)

8.1.2 South America Revenue and Market Share by Country (2022-2029)

8.2 Brazil Sales and Growth Rate (2022-2029)

8.3 Argentina Sales and Growth Rate (2022-2029)

8.4 Colombia Sales and Growth Rate (2022-2029)

9 Middle East and Africa by Countries

9.1 Moreover, Middle East and Africa Sales, Revenue and Market Share by Country

9.1.1 Middle East and Africa Sales and Market Share by Country (2022-2029)

9.1.2 Moreover, Middle East and Africa Revenue and Market Share by Country (2022-2029)

9.2 Saudi Arabia Sales and Growth Rate (2022-2029)

9.3 Moreover, Turkey Sales and Growth Rate (2022-2029)

9.4 Egypt Sales and Growth Rate (2022-2029)

9.5 Moreover, Nigeria Sales and Growth Rate (2022-2029)

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Killexams : Pyongyang's [un]H0lyGh0st. Devlopments in the criminal underworld. $10m for troll-farmer info. Hacktivism in a hybrid war.

Dateline Moscow and Kyiv: A shift in momentum during an operational pause.

Ukraine at D+155: A shift in momentum? (The CyberWire) Russia's difficulties filling its depleted ranks (down nearly 50%, the US Intelligence Community is said to have told Congress) and its inability to advance (during what looks more like exhaustion and neutralization than it does operational pause) appear to have given Ukraine an opportunity to take back the initiative in the North, East, and, especially, the South. A look at hacktivism in the Ukrainian interest.

Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 156 (Al Jazeera) As the Russia-Ukraine war enters its 156th day, we take a look at the main developments.

Russia-Ukraine war latest: what we know on day 156 of the invasion (the Guardian) Ukraine steps up campaign to retake Russian-controlled regions in south; Kyiv accuses Russia of a war crime over the deaths of more than 40 prisoners of war

Ukraine steps up counteroffensive against Russian forces (Al Jazeera) Ukrainian officials say campaign to retake parts of Kherson, Zaporizhia oblasts has begun, urging civilians to leave.

Russia-Ukraine war: Zelenskiy says grain exports ready to start; Kyiv and Moscow both launch investigations into PoW deaths – live (the Guardian) Ukraine’s president says Black Sea ports ready to export grain; Kyiv calls on world leaders to condemn Russia over attack that led to death of 40 PoWs

Ukraine could be turning the tide of war again as Russian advances stall (Washington Post) Russian advances in Ukraine have slowed almost to a standstill as newly delivered Western weapons help Ukrainian forces reclaim much of the advantage they had lost in accurate months, opening a window of opportunity to turn the tide of the war in their favor again.

Ukraine war: Russian Kalibr cruise missiles strike military base near Kyiv (The Telegraph) Russian forces have struck a military base north of the capital Kyiv, Ukraine has said in a rare admission of a successful attack by Moscow on its military infrastructure.

Northern Ukraine Comes Under Burst of Russian Attacks Far From Front Lines (Wall Street Journal) Missiles and rockets rained down on northern Ukraine, marking the first time in weeks that the Kyiv region, far from the fighting in the country’s east and south, has been hit.

Ukraine war: West's modern weapons halt Russia's advance in Donbas (BBC News) Ukrainian soldiers credit the arrival of modern Western weapons for a sharp fall in Russia's attacks.

‘Half of Russian troops’ sent into Ukraine have been killed or injured (The Telegraph) According to US intelligence, casualties have rocketed to more than 75,000 – a loss equivalent to almost the entire British Army

Russia, Ukraine trade blame for deadly attack on POW prison (AP NEWS) Russia and Ukraine accused each other Friday of shelling a prison in a separatist region of eastern Ukraine, an attack that reportedly killed dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war who were captured after the fall of a key southern city in May.

The Kremlin’s Plans to Annex Southeastern Ukraine Go into Effect (Wilson Center) After five months of all-out war, the Kremlin appears to have refined its plans for the future of the temporarily occupied territories in southeastern Ukraine.

Climbing the escalation ladder in Ukraine: A menu of options for the West (Atlantic Council) Our experts have assembled a list of possible policy responses the West ought to consider if Russia escalates its war against Ukraine.

Cascading Impacts of the War in Ukraine: Mental, Maternal, and Newborn Health (New Security Beat) This article was originally published as part of the summer 2022 issue of the Wilson Quarterly: Ripples of War.Ukraine and its people will feel the effects of the Russian invasion for years to [...]

Long Read: Russian Youth against War (Wilson Center) Young Russians strongly oppose the war in Ukraine. It is increasingly clear to them that the war is stealing their future and was started only to keep Vladimir Putin, his friends, and their heirs in power for as long as possible.

WSJ News Exclusive | New Group to Promote Open-Source Intelligence, Seen as Vital in Ukraine War (Wall Street Journal) A group of ex-U.S. national security officials has formed a professional association to promote the tradecraft of ‘open-source’ intelligence, the analysis of publicly available data that has helped Western powers understand and track Russia’s war on Ukraine.

Why Russia’s War in Ukraine Is a Genocide (Foreign Affairs) It’s not just a land grab, but a bid to expunge a nation.

Putin believed his own propaganda and fatally underestimated Ukraine (Atlantic Council) Russian President Vladimir Putin likes to pose as an unrivalled expert on Ukrainian history and identity politics. However, it is now apparent that his understanding of Ukraine has been hopelessly distorted by the wishful thinking of his own propaganda. When the Russian dictator gave the order to invade Ukraine five months ago, he seems to have genuinely believed his army would be met with cakes and flowers by a grateful population. Instead, he has plunged Russia into a disastrous war and turned his country’s closest neighbour into an implacable enemy.

Long Read: Russian Youth against War (Wilson Center) Young Russians strongly oppose the war in Ukraine. It is increasingly clear to them that the war is stealing their future and was started only to keep Vladimir Putin, his friends, and their heirs in power for as long as possible.

The Paradoxes of Escalation in Ukraine (Foreign Affairs) Slowly but surely, Russia and the West are drawing their redlines.

Climbing the escalation ladder in Ukraine: A menu of options for the West (Atlantic Council) Our experts have assembled a list of possible policy responses the West ought to consider if Russia escalates its war against Ukraine.

Can Putin Survive? (Foreign Affairs) The lessons of the Soviet collapse.

Is Viktor Orban right about the Ukraine war? (The Telegraph) The Hungarian leader's call for peace may make sense for Hungary now - but long-term it would cripple his country and the West

Putin 'embarrassed' as hackers launch cyber war on Russian President over Ukraine invasion (Express.co.uk) HACKERS are targeting and "embarrassing" Vladimir Putin in a bid to crush the Russian cybersecurity regime as it continues to wage its illegal war on Ukraine.

Is Anonymous Rewriting the Rules of Cyberwarfare? Timeline of Their Attacks Against the Russian Government (Website Planet) Jeremiah Fowler, together with the Website Planet research team, took an in depth look at how the hacker collective has changed the landscape of what

Ukraine’s tech excellence is playing a vital role in the war against Russia (Atlantic Council) Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is now in its sixth month with no end in sight to what is already Europe’s largest conflict since WWII. In the months following the outbreak of hostilities on February 24, the courage of the Ukrainian nation has earned admiration around the world. Many international observers are encountering Ukraine for the first time and are learning that in addition to their remarkable resilience, Ukrainians are also extremely innovative with high levels of digital literacy.

Russia’s pulling the plug on space cooperation. Should the world be worried? (Atlantic Council) Our experts break down Moscow’s extraplanetary plans after it pulls out of the International Space Station.

Crops ‘Stored Everywhere’: Ukraine’s Harvest Piles Up (New York Times) Farmers who have lived under the risk of Russian missile attacks have their doubts about an international agreement to ease a blockade on grain shipments through the Black Sea.

Ukraine to double energy exports amid Russian gas cuts to Europe (Fox Business) Ukraine will double its energy exports to Europe as EU nations cope with an energy standoff with Russia amid an international gas crisis.

Russian economy ‘crippled at every level’ despite Putin’s propaganda (The Telegraph) Country in ‘dire straits’ as exodus of Western firms knocks out 40pc of GDP

Isolation complication? US finds it's hard to shun Russia (AP NEWS) The Biden administration likes to say Russia has become isolated internationally because of its invasion of Ukraine . Yet Moscow's top officials have hardly been cloistered in the Kremlin.

‘Merchant of Death’ offered up by US in exchange for jailed citizens held in Russia (The Telegraph) Viktor Bout has been in US custody for 10 years for running a major arms smuggling operation

Russia has slowed flows of gas to Europe to a trickle - and the energy crisis could drag on until 2025, Goldman Sachs says (Markets Insider) Natural gas prices finally eased Thursday but have soared 145% since the start of June - and the crisis could continue for years, strategists said.

If Putin is using gas prices to fight Europe, how can it fight back? (the Guardian) Analysis: in this massive hybrid war, Europe is preparing its defences before winter and hoping sanctions bite

Attacks, Threats, and Vulnerabilities

How Threat Actors Are Adapting to a Post-Macro World (Proofpoint) In response to Microsoft’s announcements that it would block macros by default in Microsoft Office applications, threat actors began adopting new tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs).

CISA Releases Log4Shell-Related MAR (CISA) From May through June 2022, CISA responded to an organization that was compromised by an exploitation of an unpatched and unmitigated Log4Shell vulnerability in a VMware Horizon server. CISA analyzed five malware samples obtained from the organization’s network and released a Malware Analysis Report of the findings. Users and administrators are encouraged to review MAR 10386789-1.v1 for more information. For more information on Log4Shell, see:

MAR-10386789-1.v1 – Log4Shell (CISA) Since December 2021, multiple threat actor groups have exploited Log4Shell on unpatched, public-facing VMware Horizon and Unified Access Gateway (UAG) servers. From May through June 2022, CISA provided remote incident support at an organization where CISA observed suspected Log4Shell PowerShell downloads. During remote support, CISA confirmed the organization was compromised by malicious cyber actors who exploited Log4Shell in a VMware Horizon server that did not have patches or workarounds applied. CISA analyzed five malware samples obtained from the organization’s network: two malicious PowerShell files, two Extensible Markup Language (XML) files, and a 64-bit compiled Python Portable Executable (PE) file.

Threat Advisory: Hackers Are Selling Access to MSPs (Huntress) We’re currently monitoring a situation that entails a hacker selling access to an MSP with access to 50+ customers, totaling 1,000+ servers.

Experts warn of hacker claiming access to 50 U.S. companies through breached MSP (The Record by Recorded Future) Experts have raised alarms about a post on a hacker forum by someone claiming to have access to 50 different U.S. companies through an unknown managed service provider.

Exploit of Log4Shell Vulnerability Leads to Compromise of Major South American Vaccine Distributor (SecurityScorecard) Exploit of Log4Shell Vulnerability Leads to Compromise of Major South American Vaccine Distributor

Exploitation of accurate Confluence Vulnerability Underway (SecurityWeek) Security researchers are already seeing the accurate Questions for Confluence hardcoded password vulnerability being exploited in attacks.

Moxa NPort Device Flaws Can Expose Critical Infrastructure to Disruptive Attacks (SecurityWeek) Vulnerabilities found in Moxa’s NPort devices could allow attackers to cause significant disruption, including in critical infrastructure organizations.

Nuki Smart Lock Vulnerabilities Allow Hackers to Open Doors (SecurityWeek) NCC Group security researchers have identified 11 vulnerabilities impacting Nuki smart lock products, including some that allow attackers to open doors.

Vulnerability in Dahua’s ONVIF Implementation Threatens IP Camera Security (Nozomi Networks) Nozomi Networks Labs publishes a vulnerability in Dahua's ONVIF standard implementation, which can be abused to take over IP cameras.

Protestware on the rise: Why developers are sabotaging their own code (TechCrunch) A wave of software developers have self-sabotaged their code to protest big corporations to Russia's war in Ukraine.

Italian Insurer's Data Breach Uncovered Sensitive Staff Documents (Website Planet) Italian Insurer's Data Breach Uncovered Sensitive Staff Documents Vittoria Assicurazioni's open buckets exposed hundreds of thousands of files contai

Security Patches, Mitigations, and Software Updates

Google announces new Play Store policies around intrusive ads, impersonation and more (TechCrunch) Google announced new Play Store policies for developers on Wednesday that aim to address issues with intrusive ads, alarms, VPNs and impersonation of brands and other apps. The company said these policies will go into effect during different timeframes so developers have ample time to make changes …

Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation Engineering Software (Update B) (CISA) 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CVSS v3 8.3 ATTENTION: Exploitable remotely Vendor: Mitsubishi Electric Equipment: Mitsubishi Electric, Multiple Factory Automation Engineering Software products Vulnerability: Permission Issues 2.

Mitsubishi Electric FA Engineering Software (CISA) 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CVSS v3 5.5 ATTENTION: Low attack complexity Vendor: Mitsubishi Electric Equipment: FA Engineering Software Vulnerabilities: Out-of-bounds Read, Integer Underflow 2. RISK EVALUATION Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities may cause a denial-of-service condition.

Rockwell Products Impacted by Chromium Type Confusion (CISA) 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CVSS v3 4.0 ATTENTION: Low attack complexity/public exploits are available Vendor: Rockwell Automation Equipment: FactoryTalk Software, Enhanced HIM for PowerFlex, Connected Components Workbench Vulnerability: Type Confusion 2. RISK EVALUATION Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could cause a denial-of-service condition.

2022 ForgeRock Consumer Identity Breach Report (ForgeRock) ForgeRock’s Consumer Identity Breach Report found that unauthorized access was the leading cause of breaches, accounting for 50% of all records compromised during 2021. To learn about the current threat landscape, obtain the report.

The State of Vulnerability Intelligence: 2022 Midyear Edition (Flashpoint) The State of Vulnerability Intelligence report empowers organizations to focus on what matters most, helping them to keep workloads manageable.

Software Supply Chain Risk (Coalfire) Coalfire, in conjunction with survey partner Cyber Risk Alliance, has developed our latest report to advance the cybersecurity community by researching and analyzing the risks currently facing the software supply chain.

Cyberattacks on satellites may only be getting more worrisome (Washington Post) Space is a burgeoning battleground for cyberattacks

It’s Not Just Loot Boxes: Predatory Monetization Is Everywhere (Wired) The UK recently declined to regulate prize draws as a form of gambling, but does it matter? The industry has moved on to more problematic ways to make money.

Marketplace

Cyber insurance is on the rise, and organizational security postures must follow suit (VentureBeat) When it comes to cyber insurance, much like other types of insurance, organizations should know what to look for — as well as what is expected of them. 

Cyber Insurance Price Hike Hits Local Governments Hard (Pew Trusts) Some rates have more than doubled, and many insurers require new security protections.

Cybersecurity Growth Investment Flat, M&A Activity Strong for 2022 (SecurityWeek) While global markets have suffered, sales of cybersecurity software have remained strong. VC investment in cybersecurity has adapted to the world economy rather than stalled.

Decentralized data platform Space and Time raises $10 million in seed round (The Block) Funds raised in the Framework Ventures-led round will be used to expand Space and Time's engineering team and decentralized network.

ThreatX Recognized as a demo Vendor in the 2022 Gartner® Hype Cycle™ for Application Security (Business Wire) ThreatX today announced the company has been acknowledged twice as a demo Vendor in the Gartner Hype Cycle for Application Security, 2022 report.

Axis Named Most Innovative Security Services Company at 2022 Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Awards (PR Newswire) Axis announced today that it has been named Most Innovative Security Services Company at the 2022 Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Awards...

Gartner Magic Quadrant PAM | Delinea Positioned as a Leader (Delinea) Download a complimentary copy of Gartner’s 2020 report on the PAM market and vendors to see why Delinea is recognized as a leader.

Axonius Appoints Tom Kennedy as Vice President of Axonius Federal Systems (Axonius) Axonius today announced it has appointed Tom Kennedy as its Vice President of Axonius Federal Systems LLC, the company’s government-focused subsidiary.

Products, Services, and Solutions

Fastly Partners with HUMAN Security to Protect Customers from Bot Attacks and Fraud (Business Wire) Fastly Partners with HUMAN Security to Protect Customers from Bot Attacks and Fraud

Everything Blockchain Inc. Launches EB Control (Business Wire) Everything Blockchain Inc., (OTCMKTS: OBTX), a technology company that enables real-world use of blockchain to solve critical business issues, today a

Technologies, Techniques, and Standards

Cyber grades bring down agencies’ scores in FITARA 14 (Federal News Network) The 14th version of the FITARA scorecard shows one agency increased their score, while eight earned lower scores, mostly due to cybersecurity shortcomings.

Legislation, Policy, and Regulation

EU to Open San Francisco Office Focused on Tech Regulation (Wall Street Journal) The European Commission is opening a San Francisco office, an effort to Excellerate trans-Atlantic tech policy relations after years of tension between European regulators and U.S. tech firms.

Why Indonesia Has Embraced Huawei (Foreign Policy) If the U.S. wants to compete with China in developing countries, our research shows it needs to offer tangible assistance in response to real needs.

Victim of Private Spyware Warns It Can be Used Against US (SecurityWeek) Months after her father was lured back to Rwanda under false pretenses and jailed, Carine Kanimba discovered her own phone had been hacked using private spyware.

House Passes Cybersecurity Bills Focusing on Energy Sector, Information Sharing (SecurityWeek) The House has passed two cybersecurity bills: the Energy Cybersecurity University Leadership Act and the RANSOMWARE Act.

House Passes Chips Act to Boost U.S. Semiconductor Production (Wall Street Journal) The $280 billion bill passed despite a late push by Republican leaders to block the legislation over a separate Democratic spending proposal.

CHIPS Act clears Congress, ensuring $52 billion boost to US foundries (The Verge) The vote was the long-awaited bill’s final hurdle before Biden.

Congressional Democrats Introduce Net Neutrality Bill (CNET) Senate and House Democrats introduce a bill to reinstate Obama-era net neutrality rules and to supply the FCC authority over broadband networks.

Top White House cyber official says Congress should push for digital security mandates (The Record by Recorded Future) A senior White House official on Thursday said Congress could do more to set basic cybersecurity standards for critical infrastructure sectors to better protect them against digital threats.

Litigation, Investigation, and Law Enforcement

Police to share coding of AN0M app used in Operation Ironside arrests (ABC) Experts for alleged criminals charged in one of Australia's biggest criminal sting operations will be given access to the coding of a messaging app built by the Australian Federal Police to catch those allegedly involved in organised crime.

Rewards for Justice – Reward Offer for Information on Russian Interference in U.S. Elections (United States Department of State) The U.S. Department of State’s Rewards for Justice (RFJ) program, administered by the Diplomatic Security Service, is offering a reward of up to $10 million for information on foreign interference in U.S. elections. The reward offer seeks information leading to the identification or location of any foreign person, including a foreign entity, who knowingly engaged […]

Crackdown on BEC Schemes: 100 Arrested in Europe, Man Charged in US (SecurityWeek) Authorities in Europe announce the arrests of 100 individuals for invoice fraud as the US indicts a Florida man for role in BEC scheme.

U.S. Justice Department probing cyber breach of federal court records system (Reuters) The U.S. Justice Department is investigating a cyber breach involving the federal court records management system, the department's top national security attorney told lawmakers on Thursday.

US DoJ probing 'incredibly significant' breach of federal records (Computing) The breach dates back to early 2020

Justice Department investigating data breach of federal court system (POLITICO) House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerrold Nadler described a "system security failure" of the U.S. Courts' document management system.

France Closes 'Cookies' Case Against Facebook (SecurityWeek) French privacy regulators on Thursday closed a case against Facebook after determining the US tech giant had changed the way it collected user data to comply with the law.

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