A Florida-based data broker left one of its databases unprotected. It exposed detailed profiles on hundreds of millions of Americans.
Show floor demo at the SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Annual Conference showed how blockchain, IoT and machine learning disrupt industries by enabling new customer services.
Green energy milestones in Qinghai, WeChat’s latest feature involving human DNA, and tumor recognition algorithms from Baidu are some of the top tech headlines to emerge from China this week.
Now the startup behind it claims to have the cure to rising healthcare costs, with a blend of medical advice from humans and AI.
Active defense uses decoys or bait to lure cyberattackers. Here are 5 ways you can learn from those attacks to create a better defense posture.
Its that time of year again at the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC) conference, where records are being broken, and new lists created. Lenovo now makes up 117 of the 500 most powerful…
Facebook has backtracked on its blanket ban on cryptocurrency ads, saying it will now accept them from pre-approved advertisers in certain circumstances.
Faster switches, faster storage devices, improved search and data analytics enable software defined improved access and management of data across all storage tiers and locations.
HashiCorp adds security features to Consul in a bid to take security-at-scale to a higher level of abstraction.
Campaign groups, NGOs and academics have teamed up to file a series of complaints with the EU over bulk surveillance in several countries.
A Juniper Research analyst expects at least one app built on blockchain technology to be released on iOS or Android by the end of the year.
Microsoft has published a draft policy in which the company outlines what kinds of vulnerabilities it will patch and which vulnerabilities qualify for a bug bounty.