Most of the new cars that are being rolled out come with the promise of all new technology. However, a recent report proves that some of the so-called “new” technology actually dates back 80 years or more. So is all the new technology just a way for companies to jack up the prices of their rides?
While it is still highly unclear what the real story is behind the recent U.S. government hacks, a new report is suggesting that China is building a database of Americans, using the information they allegedly acquired through The Office of Personnel Management hacks.
Adobe Systems is once again finding it hard to keep its Flash media player safe. The company issued its second patch to remedy “critical zero-day vulnerabilities.”
The West Coast, specifically San Francisco is really becoming a place of gathering for hopeful web developers who are trying to find their big break. However, one place in particular stands out from the rest and it comes in the form of a 41 room “Hostel.”
Being in the IT business and being a developer whether you’re on the coding or programming spectrum, can be a very rewarding career. For many in their respective countries, web development can make you a pretty good living. What about those who are looking to do a little more with their skills, say, help a nonprofit organization out?
The cyber warfare got much more interesting last week given the glitches in the NYSE and the grounding of United Airlines flights. While the U.S. and a few other countries are looking into gaining access of all encrypted communications Peter G. Neumann, a computer security expert and pioneer, says that it’s not a good idea.
Theodore Henderson, a bestselling author and authority in social media security and cybersecurity, is launching his new training website: SocialMediaAndCyberSecurity.com (SMCS). Henderson has over 20 years of experience in technology sales management and holds an MBA from the New York Institute of Technology.
Splunk, the San Francisco based company that is a leading platform in operational intelligence has made a $190m deal to purchase security start-up Caspida in an effort to expand what it offers by way of cyber security.
This is certainly one of the hacks of the century that seems to keep getting bigger. The Office of Personnel Management said that more than 21 million Social Security numbers of federal employees were compromised in the most recent hack.
Apple has finally made their iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan software available for beta testers, where new features like the improved Siri can be experienced. “The iOS 9 beta build will allow early adopters to try out upcoming features, including new apps like News and a refreshed Notes, transit directions in Apple Maps, an improved Siri, a smarter search which lets…