behavioural analysis


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behavioural analysis

applied behaviour analysis application of the principles of operant conditioning to the treatment of behavioural problems. experimental analysis ofbehaviour application of the principles of operant conditioning to the study of behaviour. See also conditioning.
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Against this backdrop, Mr Sweeney says that companies that use online banking services should install behavioural analysis security technology to add an intelligent layer of technology to interpret their data and protect their systems against e-banking cybercrime and any other form of unknown security threats.
World's Largest Online Skill Games Company Proactively Guards against Attacks Through Behavioural Analysis
Consultation on the closure of the Applied Behavioural Analysis centre at Westwood Primary School, Buckley, is set to begin after approval from Flintshire Council's executive committee.
SHE is a member of the Behavioural Analysis Unit of the FBI.
Tier-3, the behavioural analysis IT security specialist, says reports recruitment sites are being used by hackers to infect users with malware reflect the increasingly devious approach hackers are taking.
Tier-3 said companies should consider installing multiple layers of defence, including behavioural analysis technology which seeks out abnormal patterns of hardware change or network activity.
Geoff Sweeney, CTO of behavioural analysis IT security software specialist Tier-3, said that this type of hacking demonstrates the high levels of security risk involved when transmitting information across the Internet.
Geoff Sweeney, co-founder and CTO of behavioural analysis software company Tier-3, described the new features as a dangerous new step in virus coding.
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