Apple has endured a few difficult months on the security front, with a trail of issues that have risked shaking user confidence.
Cybersecurity CEOs, including Simon Biddiscombe from MobileIron, look at COVID-19′s many challenges as an opportunity to see how adaptive their companies can be while looking for new ways to increase communication between employees, customers, and suppliers.
I recently sat down with the author of a new FICINT novel called Burn-In, a riveting technothriller that is not only highly entertaining but meticulously researched and presents a near-future state that is closer than you think.
The expertise, insights, and intensity it takes to excel at quality are the guardrails Industry 4.0 projects need to stay on course and deliver results.
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.