Month: November 2021

Hear from CIOs, CTOs, and other C-level and senior execs on data and AI strategies at the Future of Work Summit this January 12, 2022. Learn more Amazon today announced Amazon Web Services (AWS) IoT TwinMaker, a new service designed to make it easier for developers to create digital twins of real-time systems like buildings,
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One of the harsh realities of cybersecurity today is that malicious actors and attackers don’t distinguish between organizations that have seemingly endless resources and those operating with lean IT security teams. For these lean teams, meeting the challenges in the current security landscape requires constant attention, and sometimes a little support. XDR provider Cynet has
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Rocket League Sideswipe, a popular console and PC game, has been released for Android and iOS mobile devices. Developer Psyonix has made the game available worldwide for mobile users, expanding its audience via new platforms. The announcement of Rocket League Sideswipe’s arrival on mobile was made earlier in March, and the company was busy building
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Hear from CIOs, CTOs, and other C-level and senior execs on data and AI strategies at the Future of Work Summit this January 12, 2022. Learn more Amazon is rolling out a new machine learning-powered “secrets detection” feature that automatically finds confidential system credentials that might be hidden in source code. Secrets Detector, as the
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North Korean defectors, journalists who cover North Korea-related news, and entities in South Korea are being zeroed in on by a nation-state-sponsored advanced persistent threat (APT) as part of a new wave of highly-targeted surveillance attacks. Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky attributed the infiltrations to a North Korean hacker group tracked as ScarCruft, also known as
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Blockstream CSO Samson Mow talks with Bloomberg’s Caroline Hyde about his involvement with El Salvador’s plans to construct a “Bitcoin City” and issue the world’s first sovereign Bitcoin bonds. He joins “Bloomberg Technology” from the Conchagua volcano in El Salvador – the energy of which will be used to power the “Bitcoin City.”
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Hear from CIOs, CTOs, and other C-level and senior execs on data and AI strategies at the Future of Work Summit this January 12, 2022. Learn more Let the OSS Enterprise newsletter guide your open source journey! Sign up here. Starburst, the commercial entity behind the open source Presto-based SQL query engine Trino, has announced a new fully-managed, cross-cloud analytics product that
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Four different Android banking trojans were spread via the official Google Play Store between August and November 2021, resulting in more than 300,000 infections through various dropper apps that posed as seemingly harmless utility apps to take full control of the infected devices. Designed to deliver Anatsa (aka TeaBot), Alien, ERMAC, and Hydra, cybersecurity firm
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PlayStation Store End of Year Deals sale is now live, offering discounts on over 700 titles listed on Sony’s blog. Top deals include discounts on titles like Marvel’s Spider-Man, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Journey, Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, Bloodborne: Game of the Year Edition, Final Fantasy VII, DOOM, The Walking Dead: The
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Join gaming leaders, alongside GamesBeat and Facebook Gaming, for their 2nd Annual GamesBeat & Facebook Gaming Summit | GamesBeat: Into the Metaverse 2 this upcoming January 25-27, 2022. Learn more about the event.  At a keynote during its Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent 2021 conference today, Amazon launched AWS IoT RoboRunner, a new robotics service
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Researchers at the University of Cambridge have invented a soft, jelly-like material that can endure the equivalent of an elephant standing on it and not explode like a water balloon — even though it’s 80 percent water. When the weight is removed, the material returns to its former shape completely without being permanently deformed. The material,
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Threat actors are exploiting improperly-secured Google Cloud Platform (GCP) instances to download cryptocurrency mining software to the compromised systems as well as abusing its infrastructure to install ransomware, stage phishing campaigns, and even generate traffic to YouTube videos for view count manipulation. “While cloud customers continue to face a variety of threats across applications and
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