When it comes to 5G, the fifth generation of wireless technology, cutting through the hype is growing increasingly difficult. Some major mobile carriers are contributing to the confusion. For instance, AT&T has started to call its 4G network "5G Evolution" when it is, in fact, not a 5G network at all.
The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) has confirmed that the State of Texas has been responding to a cyber-attack that started on the morning of August 16.
According to Risk Based Security research newly published in the 2019 MidYear QuickView Data Breach Report, the first six months of 2019 have seen more than 3,800 publicly disclosed breaches exposing an incredible 4.1 billion compromised records.
As a technology writer, I am fortunate to meet and discover influencers and companies that act as real tech disruptors. Nowigence and its CEO, Anoop Bhatia, and his team are just that. If data and information are the currencies of the 21st century, companies that can leverage AI to increase the speed and precision of the flow of information are ushering in the next industrial revolution.
The recent wave of mass shootings raises the question of whether technology, AI and IoT in particular, can be of any assistance in helping prevent such tragedies.
In the last few years, the information technology (IT) industry has seen an explosion of devices using wireless technologies, some of which have challenged the security industry like never before.
Who says a 156-year-old law can’t be relevant today?
Georgia's secretary of state certified new touchscreen voting machines as election-safe in court documents Friday, bidding to put behind the acrimonious 2018 electoral season marred by reports of malfunctioning voting equipment, hourslong wait times and criticism that the state's outdated machines were vulnerable to hacking.
Jim Kavanaugh climbs into a sleek, black-leather-interior Mercedes bus that whisks him away from his company's new headquarters in St. Louis to a squat, one-story outpost nearby. Kavanaugh is retracing the route he has traveled many times with executives from hundreds of America's largest companies, including Citigroup, Verizon and Lowe's.