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DAILY VIDEO: Intel is set to patch two new Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, and Google announces general availability of Kubernetes Engine 1.10.
With new and improved contextual awareness capabilities, paired with analytics, Okta is aiming to help enable the password-less future for authentication.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A new autonomous security operations center platform from JASK promises to make the workload of security analysts more effective and less overwhelming than what’s been done in the past.
DAILY VIDEO: WordPress 4.9.6 update helps websites prepare for GDPR, and VMware Integrated OpenStack 5 aims to accelerate carrier clouds.
The 1.0 milestone of Kata containers helps enterprises and cloud service providers protect and isolate cloud workloads all the way down to the bare metal hardware.
Two new variants of the Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities have been disclosed by Google and Microsoft.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Some services including the public blockchain that’s at the core of crypto-currency and the internet’s “WHOIS” domain name identification function may run afoul of Europe’s data privacy regulations.
NEWS ANALYSIS: If you do business with European Union citizens then you know that you’ll need to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation which goes into force in a week. Here’s a checklist to confirm that you’re ready.
Intel this week introduced what it calls the OpenVINO (Open Visual Inference & Neural Network Optimization) toolkit. This toolset is designed to fast-track development of high-performance computer vision and deep learning inference applications at the edge.
VIDEO: Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder and CTO of CrowdStrike, discusses his company's latest products and explains why automation won't replace humans.
A week ahead of the GDPR deadline, a new open-source WordPress content management system update provides administrators with capabilities to protect user privacy.
The Pwnie Express Internet of Evil Things report finds that most cyber-security professionals expect a major attack in the next five years.