Google and Cisco are developing the Cisco DS-WAN Cloud Hub with Google Cloud, what they call the tech industry’s first automated application-centric multicloud network fabric in which applications and enterprise networks can share service-level agreement settings, security policy and compliance data. The goal of the new solution is to provide predictable application performance and consistent […]
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A laptop that was recently purchased from eBay contained information used by the German military for its weapons. None of it was protected with encryption or a password.
Openpath has published its Social Distancing Index which reveals how different parts of the United States are reacting to COVID-19 and social distancing protocols. The company’s access control platform has visibility into the entry logs of over 1200 unique organizations spanning the country. The anonymized data has a wide range of industry segments including commercial […]
While Google doesn’t specifically sell users’ data, it participates in the process through real-time-bidding.
Vermont is suing the tech company for collecting photos of Vermonters without their knowledge or consent.
France’s competition regulator is fining Apple for anti-competitive behavior in the region, including working with other wholesalers to not compete against one another.
Your office is closed and your entire staff is working remotely due to COVID-19. Every morning, your employees access their home networks to log into their work applications to carry out their duties. Since every employee is connecting via their home networks, you don’t have to worry so much about your organization’s cybersecurity defenses, right? […]
Over $83 million in Department of Justice grants is available to help communities improve school security and protect students, teachers and faculty from threats of violence, according to a recent announcement from U.S. Attorney Bill Powell. “Schools should be a safe haven for students, a place to learn and grow. No child, parent, or educator should […]
Two years after the European Commission passed laws enabling the right-to-repair appliances, it’s now looking to move forward with right-to-repair laws for smartphones, Vice reports. A recent statement from the European Union details what the new legislation would hone in on, including new initiatives that would apply to smartphones: “The new Action Plan announces initiatives […]
Australia is suing Facebook for interfering with users’ privacy during the Cambridge Analytica scandal.