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Neighborhood Watch

ProtectWise’s virtual-reality software allows companies to police their networks like cities | “You can immediately see that there’s really something funky with the traffic going on over there”

Pity security analysts. The complexity of the corporate networks they guard makes it difficult to spot a crime as it’s taking place. More often than not they’re stuck digging through digital logs trying to piece together what happened. It’s often tedious work, though the pay isn’t bad.

Imagine if cybersentinels could take to the skies to spot signs of trouble, like characters in a video game. Over in that neighborhood to the east, which is home to the accounting department,

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