Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, January 7th-11th, 2019. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
With such a gap in skills for technological positions such as IT, it comes down to educating a younger class of potential employees. STEM in K-12 could be the solution to closing the skills gap for good.
An ethical hacker explains how the cybersecurity concerns of access control technology are often overlooked, and why that’s so dangerous for organizations.
Host Jonathan Blackwood talks to Zohar Pinhasi of MonsterCloud about cybersecurity technologies, strategies, dangers, and more.
So many companies are undergoing their own version of a digital transformation, and the phrase has become a buzz word. Like many buzz words, there is confusion about what a digital transformation means, and how to do it.
While potential rise of the quantum internet seems to promise airtight security, scientists are still working out if we actually need it.
The newest artificial intelligence is able to replicate the human face with few errors, creating photos that look like they were taken of actual human.
SpaceX recently received a multi-million dollar contract from the Air Force to experiment with connectivity and communication options via satellite constellations in space.
Mazebolt publishes state of DDoS protection report; identifies leading mitigation vendors and their effectiveness.