The good news? A tested incident response incident team can save millions. The bad news? Plenty of that.
Data residency has become the hot topic du jour as multi-national firms wake up to the reality that data privacy really does matter.
Emerging technologies—including AI, machine learning, and advanced robotics—have the potential to automate many tasks currently performed by workers. The time to prepare for these changes is now, says an Aspen Institute report.
The rapid proliferation of unsecured IoT devices is exposing the end customers of ISPs and other digital service providers to a relentless barrage of cyber attacks. Israeli startup SAM Seamless Network claims to have a solution.
Is the third time the charm for the US Internet of Things Cyber-Security Improvement Act of 2019?
Foolproof digital identity is the Holy Grail of online commerce. Is blockchain + self-sovereign identity the answer?
America’s love affair with Big Tech is clearly over and 2020 Presidential candidates are signaling that they are going to make more regulation and reform a key policy issue in their campaigns.
California’s tough new California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 is set to take effect at the beginning of 2020 and Big Tech firms are starting to panic.
The Global Cyber Alliance has just released a toolkit for small businesses and NGOs looking to protect themselves against digital threats. It comes with some big claims attached.
Accenture is now selling SynOps, a combination of AI software and services that it has already used internally to automate tasks and redeploy about 40,000 workers.
Amazon’s stunning decision to give up on New York for HQ2 is baffling and a little bit mysterious.
Millions of dollars in education funds are being diverted to dubious, unproven technologies that do little or nothing to address the root causes of school shootings. That is both a tragedy and a farce.
Mastercard and The Rockefeller Foundation are funding a new data-driven model for collaborative philanthropy to the tune of $50 million.