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API Behavioral Security: Detecting and blocking attacks targeting API infrastructures Elastic Beam unveiled its flagship solution, API Behavioral Security (ABS), the first AI-powered software platform able to detect and block cyberattacks that target APIs to compromise corporate data and systems – in public clouds, hybrid clouds, or on premise. ABS requires no predefined policies, security rules, or attack signatures, and can stop attacks that are new and constantly changing. Its API activity reporting simplifies forensic … More →

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Quantum entanglement is the future of the internet whether we understand it or not - clk.ie/GD5Y85KjF

Scientists in China have taken the next step in creating an internet that can’t be hacked or compromised. The future of data transfer is called quantum networking and it relies on a complex concept that takes the ‘signal’ out of sending data. Hackers can’t intercept or steal data that never travels, so there’s no signal — the source and destination, in quantum networking, are one in the same. With the new quantum internet, instead of sending information, you’ll create pairs of photons that mirror one another. This is called quantum entanglement. You’ll keep one of the photons, send someone else……

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Op-ed: Google Chairman Eric Schmidt is wrong about innovation not killing jobs - clk.ie/QDH2QYKjp

Instead of debating wither automation will create jobs or eliminate them, we should set aside the modern dogma that humans must have jobs to survive.

In a new study, researchers from the Max Planck Institute in Erlangen, demonstrate ground-based measurements of quantum states sent by a laser aboard a satellite 38,000 kilometers above Earth. This is the first time that quantum states have been measured so carefully from so far away. Space to ground link setup A satellite-based quantum-based encryption network would provide an extremely secure way to encrypt data sent over long distances. Developing such a system in just … More →

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Should you be scared of Amazon? (AMZN) - clk.ie/NhWxy9K8T who? (2001)

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The industry responds to Computing's findings on IoT pilots, data veracity and NLP

The system is designed to monitor air quality metrics, analyze them and give smart city officials data to make better decisions.

As data plays an increasingly important role different organizations across the board, more companies are developing strategic initiatives around data products and offerings. Among these early majority companies is Intel Corp., which is a unique position to provide value all the way up and down the data stack, according to Melvin Greer, director of data […]
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If security is too big a question for us to answer, maybe it’s time to hand the responsibility over to the machines.

Security in the cloud is still a major concern for federal CIOs, but it’s not the leading concern it once was, says Teresa Carlson, head of public sector for Amazon Web Services. Carlson, on a recent trip to Washington, D.C., met with several federal civilian agency CIOs and CISOs, and in their talks, she learned something that […]
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Brenda Horn, VP of IT & CIO for Enterprise Computing Solutions at Arrow Electronics, talks about her company's InformationWeek IT Excellence award winning initiative from the InformationWeek News Desk.

Fleet-tracking company Protrack is using a managed SIM card and internet of things services to improve its customer services posture and enter new markets

These timing solutions, available in a tiny CSP (chip-scale package), enable coin-cell battery operated IoT sensors to run up to 10 years.

Originally written by Nick Ismail on Information Age
Everything that can be connected will be connected. That’s the somewhat dog-eared maxim for the future of tech. Currently, around 23 billion ‘things’ are connected to the world’s various communication networks and more are joining at breakneck speed. For consumers, these include everything from connected cars to toothbrushes. The general appetite for both novelty and
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Yet more activity in the world of cybersecurity. Today Microsoft confirmed that it has acquired Hexadite, an Israeli startup that uses AI to identify and protect against attacks. We and others reported that this deal was in the works last month, for a price sources tell us is $100 million. The idea is to expand Microsoft’s existing security portfolio with an infusion of new technology… Read More