Antony Falco, founder of Orchestrate.io, recently posted an interesting piece at GigaOm on the rise of the API-centered “composable enterprise.”
Chancellor George Osborne has said that despite other western countries making it difficult for Huawei to do business abroad, such as the United States, Britain will remain open to investment from the Chinese networking giant.
The idealism and convenience behind virtual currencies such as Bitcoin is at risk of being undermined as abuse by professional criminals grows to unacceptable levels, a report by security firm McAfee has argued.
The European Space Agency (ESA) today kicked off a project to begin producing a number of complex, 3D printed metal parts for use in space and Earth.
Yahoo reported a 5 percent drop in revenue for the third quarter, with the money it makes from display and search ads both continuing to decline.
As a penetration tester and long-time security professional, Sumit ‘Sid’ Siddharth is a big believer in the importance of practicing exploitation to gain better insight about vulnerabilities.
There is a perception by many organisations that their internal network is a relatively safe haven from attackers.
In a new blog post from Scott Greaux, VP of PhishMe, the ways organisations can use metrics to measure and improve security is discussed.
When considering cloud the inevitable security questions arise around where are your data centers, what happens to my data and how can I ensure the decision I am making does not expose us to risk.
The National Security Agency is harvesting hundreds of millions of contact lists from personal e-mail and instant messaging accounts around the world