It will take some time for all the dust to settle on last week’s judgment of the EU Court of Justice in the Privacy Shield case about data transfers to the U.S.
Not all cyberattacks focus on data theft. Sometimes the intent is “to achieve destruction of the physical world through digital means,” Chinese tech giant Tencent warns.
Last week, the EU Court of Justice struck down the EU-US Privacy Shield agreement. This agreement was the mechanism under which US companies were able to process and use privacy-related data since a similar ruling in 2015 with respect to the old Safe Harbor mechanism.
Bottom Line: Defining the perfect mix of cloud apps, platforms and secured endpoints to create compelling online learning experiences customizable to students’ learning strengths is how schools are overcoming the challenge of virtual teaching.
Microsoft has just ramped things up a notch as it looks to take on Chrome in the browser wars, with a bunch of new features arriving as part of the latest Edge update.
Bottom Line: Shattering the false sense of security in tech, the recent Twitter hack blended altruism, fame, greed, social engineering via SIM swapping and insider threats to steal $120,000 from victims when the economic and political damage could have been far worse.
Google Meet has just announced an update which will mean that Zoombombing is history. It’s been confirmed that it will be rolled out to G Suite for Education customers and was announced in the G Suite Updates blog and picked up by Damien Wilde at 9to5Google.
Shortly after the coronavirus shutdowns began in March 2020, businesses and people across the country started using Zoom for remote working, video meetings, and keeping up with family and friends.
Cybersecurity is now a war of attrition. Companies face new threats every day, and it is impossible to keep up with the frequency and volume of vulnerabilities that profoundly impact a company’s IT hygiene.
A company is a lot like an ecosystem. There are a lot of working parts that create and sustain a delicate environment. Multiple departments keep the entire system working like clockwork.
Bottom Line: DevOps and security teams need to leave one-time gating inspections in the past and pursue a more collaborative real-time framework to achieve their shared compliance, security and time-to-market goals.
Cloud computing is a wonderful tool for business at any time. Organisations that haven’t embraced it already are likely to have it on their roadmap.
As perhaps the most valid Zoom competitor in the video conferencing market, Microsoft Teams has had a busy few months of new feature releases. Today, Microsoft has really outdone itself after announcing a tidal wave of new Teams features set to launch this year.
The Importance Of Keeping The Supply Chain Of Ideas Open: A Reflection Of Why Export Restrictions On AI Models Stifle Innovation
This concept of keeping supply chains open made me revisit the beginning of 2020, when the Trump Administration imposed new export controls on AI software, an area I am deeply invested in and have spent years building.
Smart Cybersecurity is a logical reaction to try to manage risk by lessening security gaps often posed by reliance on manual processes that are impacted by a continual cybersecurity skills shortage and the administrative burdens of data security management.
Trickbot has been a notorious, prevalent, and highly dangerous malware strain ever since it burst onto the threat radar in 2016. The successor to Dyer, a banking Trojan of some repute, Trickbot has relentlessly evolved courtesy of it being modular in nature.