‘Security in 2020 revolves around AI and counter-espionage’
What will the security landscape look like in 2020? Fortinet's FortiGuard Labs team has made some predictions about this. According to the FortiGuard Labs team, next year's security landscape will be defined by artificial intelligence (AI) and counter-espionage.
AI and counter-espionage can pla... Read more
Check Point acquires IoT security specialist Cymplify
Security company Check Point Software Technologies has acquired Cymplify for an unknown amount. Cymplify is a company that specialises in security for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Cymplify is developing a firmware analysis engine for IoT security that provides highly detailed cybersecurity pos... Read more
Palo Alto Networks brings together acquisitions in Prisma Cloud
Palo Alto Networks has taken over a lot of startups lately. The technologies of these companies are now being brought together in a new version of the cybersecurity platform Prisma Cloud.
In the new Prisma Cloud, Palo Alto Networks combines the technologies of no less than five startups that it ... Read more
AWS announces cloud machine learning updates
Amazon Web Services wants to make machine learning more accessible for developers, so the company is launching a number of updates for machine learning in the cloud. This should make it easier to add artificial intelligence (AI) predictions to applications and services.
To make machine learning ... Read more
VMware and Nokia expand interoperability testing
VMware and Nokia are expanding their collaboration to enhance interoperability between VMware's Telco Cloud platform and Nokia's software applications. This will make it easier for service providers to run virtualised and containerised network functions on VMware's cloud infrastructure.
With the... Read more
Advanced Dexphot malware infects 80,000 computers
A new type of malware has appeared on the market that has already caused quite a few casualties. The new malware is called Dexphot, and was discovered by Microsoft security researchers. The malware reached its peak in June, when it had infected almost 80,000 computers.
Dexphot has been active si... Read more
Accenture platform simulates cloud services on large scale
Accenture has launched a new software platform called myNav, which enables enterprises to simulate different cloud services and architectures on alarge scale. This allows them to optimise services for cost, existing infrastructure, and desired business goals before deciding where to use them.
A... Read more
Tensions between Google and employees increase after dismissals
Google has dismissed four employees, claiming that they violated data protection policies. Others, however, claim that the dismissals are retaliations to attempts to set up trade unions.
Google announced the dismissals in an internal e-mail called "Securing our data". This email was sent to all ... Read more
Tim Berners-Lee publishes plan to repair the internet
In the eyes of Sir Tim Berners-Lee, credited with creating the world wide web, his invention is broken. To repair it, he released a Contract for the Web. That contract consists of a set of rules and guidelines to save the Internet.
According to Berners-Lee, the web today faces multiple challeng... Read more
‘5G will handle 45 percent of global mobile data traffic by 2025’
Although 5G has yet to be rolled out in a lot of countries, several companies are already looking to the future. That future turns out to be quite appealing for the new mobile internet standard. Ericsson expect the technology to handle no less than 45 percent of the world's mobile data traffic by 2... Read more