By offering AWS Wavelength Zones, application developers will be able to move their compatible applications even closer to the edge of their customer base.
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NASA is sending baby bobtail squid into space.
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As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven’t covered.
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The CanadaHelps 2021 Digital Skills Survey reveals that the majority of small charities in Canada will find it difficult to continue work if they do not improve their digital capabilities.
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Welcome to Cybersecurity Today, this is the week in review edition for the 7 days ending June 4. I’m Alex Coop, editorial director for ITWorldCanada.com, and I’m filling in today for your regular host Howard Solomon. In a few minutes, Terry Cutler, CEO of Montreal’s Cyology Labs will join me to peel through some of […]
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The biggest difference in business models between mobile giants Google and Apple is that Apple sells hardware and software whereas Google sells information. So when Apple makes a big play out of protecting privacy—such as pushing back against encryp…
Read More Note to IT: Google really wants its privacy settings left alone
Over the last year, Klein said that SAP has been listening to its customers and learning how they are coping. Three key insights emerged.
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Will they, or won’t they? Business-class Apple users are waiting with bated breath in hopes the company will introduce a new breed of Macbook Pros based on M-series processors at Apple’s online WWDC event next week.Why it makes sense
Read More WWDC 2021: What we think we know about an M1X MacBook Pro
Apple only unve…
New ESET Threat Report is out – How to deal with online trolls – Teens, beware these 5 common scams
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At the peak of the pandemic, pet shelters couldn’t keep up with the demand of aspiring pet owners. But while it’s great that so many people want to adopt, pet care is not something to jump into lightly. There are myriad challenges to adding a pet to…
Read More Chewy Has Revolutionized Pet Care Customer Service
Read More New: Promote Your PCI SSC Certification with a Digital Badge
The PCI SSC offers a range of training and certification programs to support businesses in their payment security efforts. To help support the Council’s mission to educate and meet the needs of payment industry professionals, PCI S…
Posted by Anna Hupa, Marc Henson, and Martin Straka, Google VRP Team Our Abuse Bug Bounty program has proved tremendously successful in the past three years since its introduction – thanks to our incredibly engaged community of researchers. …
Read More Announcing New Abuse Research Grants Program
The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) has released a new draft project description, Migration to Post-Quantum Cryptography. Publication of this project description begins a process to further identify project requirements, scope, and …
Read More Migration to Post-Quantum Cryptography: Draft Project Description Available for Comment
The 2021 ITWC Digital Transformation Conference and Awards program features peer-to peer advice on driving innovation.
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Today is the second day of the fourteenth Workshop on Security and Human Behavior. The University of Cambridge is the host, but we’re all on Zoom.
SHB is a small, annual, invitational workshop of people studying various aspects of the human side of security, organized each year by Alessandro Acquisti, Ross Anderson, and myself. The forty or so attendees include psychologists, economists, computer security researchers, sociologists, political scientists, criminologists, neuroscientists, designers, lawyers, philosophers, anthropologists, business school professors, and a smattering of others. It’s not just an interdisciplinary event; most of the people here are individually interdisciplinary…
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Tiger Woods and Roger Federer took very different paths to the pinnacle of success in their sports. Woods was a golf prodigy who was beating adults at the game at age five and who broke 70 on a regulation golf course before he was a teenager.In cont…
Read More Why inquisitiveness matters as much as IQ
Disclosure: Nvidia is a client of the author.This week, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang met with a bunch of analysts to talk about his Computex announcements, which weren’t as noteworthy as something he said at the end of his presentation. Jensen positioned…
Read More Nvidia Omniverse: Could it make today’s videoconferencing apps obsolete?
If data is the new oil, the insights that come from analyzing it—make that loads of it—are a goal for companies hungry to satisfy customers and boost revenues. But as IT leaders know, data science is anything but exact and it requires a delicate balanc…
Read More How MassMutual uses data analytics to assess risk