In today's hyper-connected world, telecommunication service providers play a pivotal role in ensuring seamless communication, data transfer and collaboration for businesses. But the evolving threat landscape of cybersecurity continues to pose significant challenges, which Ian Keller discusses.
Sam Altman's abrupt exit from OpenAI has sent shockwaves rippling through Silicon Valley over this weekend, but of a variety very different than those that emanated from the recent collapses of FTX and SVB. Altman spent the last six years building a transformational technology.
Winter in London features Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland, Christmas lights galore, and the return of the Black Hat Europe cybersecurity conference, featuring briefings on everything from quantum cryptography and router pwning to dissecting iOS zero-days and training generative AI to attack.
Most healthcare organizations allocate 6% or less of their information technology budget for cybersecurity, putting them at a disadvantage in their security defenses and for competitive hiring, according to a recent survey by the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society.
It looks as if Carbon Black's days as part of Broadcom are numbered. Broadcom CEO Hock Tan told staff at newly acquired VMware in both an email and town hall meeting that he plans to "review strategic alternatives." The move comes just four years after VMware purchased Carbon Black for $2.1 billion.
In recent years, the adoption of public cloud infrastructures has surged, providing organizations with unparalleled flexibility and scalability. But this shift has also introduced a new set of challenges when it comes to protecting web applications and APIs that are hosted on these platforms.