The short answer is "Yes." But, it's complicated. We speak with Cloudflare's CTO.
Drilling down into the implications of the SolarWinds incident - lessons to be learned...again.
A review of 'Global Initiative on Data Security' led me to an exchange with a company doing business in China. With new 5G security issues on the horizon, it's a good time to reflect on the implications of "back doors," ethical AI, and where the responsibility lies.
The Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU appear to be lurching to a close. What does that mean for the still unresolved issue of data adequacy?
Microsoft/MITRE group declares war on machine learning vulnerabilities with Adversarial ML Threat Matrix
Attacks on machine learning are far more common than many security analysts admit and most are unprepared to deal with them.
Merritt also explains how data is still incredibly difficult for the C-suite to understand - where they want a simple solution to a complex problem.
How Southampton City Council made the move to cloud ERP with Unit4.
A look into the latest developments from Arm as it tackles the cloud, carrier and enterprise business.
Suppression vs surveillance - is it healthy if COVID-19 leads the public to compromise on privacy for a greater good?
Track-and-trace apps are being rolled out in the name of suppressing and managing COVID-19, but there remains the potential for any surveillance tech to be abused. Is the public ready to compromise on privacy for the greater good?
Cybersecurity is one of the few brights spots in the IT budget. But it's not a market with strong product differentiation - despite what marketers might have you believe. How can cybersecurity startups achieve wide adoption?
Examining the results of several reports from security companies that do enterprise penetration testing.
This week - headless meets serverless, in search of frictionless - is it more than buzzword bingo? Microsoft and Twitter kick tires on TikTok, but the Trump administration has them on the clock. In your whiffs, nudists chase wild boars, while AI fails a Minority Report test.