With a few exceptions (such as spearphishing), cyberattacks are, by nature, brutally opportunistic and random.
Rumors of the death of working from the office are much exaggerated. And that’s good news for the commercial real estate sector.
Israel-based tech firm Sonarax has launched a sound-based contact-tracing app, claiming it offers improved performance and security over the contact-tracing protocols developed by Google and Apple.
Last month during ESPN’s hit documentary series The Last Dance, State Farm debuted a TV commercial that has become one of the most widely discussed ads in recent memory.
It’s insanely popular with the security community, but secure messaging app Signal has not yet reached the dizzy heights of its closest competitor WhatsApp’s 2 billion users.
Supply chain – it’s a term and topic that is now discussed around dinner tables as families and friends discuss and debate COVID-19’s spotlight on the US dependence on other countries to provide the essential products and materials we need in time of crisis.
I have the good fortune of interviewing more than 100 CIOs on the record every year. Near the conclusion of most conversations, I will ask them what trends excite them as they look to the future.
Organizations conducting research into COVID-19 may be targeted by computer hackers linked to the Chinese government, according to the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security.
The coronavirus is laying the groundwork for a massive cyberattack. Experts say we’ll see the largest cyberattack in HISTORY within the next six months.