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Wednesday April 18, 2018. 10:34 AM
Rifling through riff: Another option that's not Amazon's Lambda Seduced by serverless functions? Lured by Amazon's Lambda? If so, why not build a serverless framework at home? Project riff, an open source serverless platform from EMC/VMware spinoff Pivotal Software, aims to...
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Cyber resiliency of the UK's health service still in disarray Nearly a year has passed since the unprecedented WannaCry cyber attack and the UK's NHS has yet to agree an action plan, according to a report by MPs.…
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Lucky 66 lands, complete with Spectre mitigations Chrome the 66th is upon us and has added some features that Google previewed in months past.…
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schwit1 shares a report from Heavy: Tammie Jo Shults is the pilot who bravely flew Southwest Flight 1380 to safety after part of its left engine ripped off, damaging a window and nearly sucking a woman out of the plane. The flight was en route to Dallas Love airport from New ...
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No roadmap. No timeframe. No success metrics. Not much grip on reality, either ANALYSIS Thirty-four technology companies inked a 'Cybersecurity Tech Accord' on Tuesday which they said represents 'a public commitment … to protect and empower civilians online and to improve...
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Same-day delivery of mails, texts, and docs for investigators probing crime or terror The European Commission has outlined its desire for a new legal instrument that would require carriers, clouds, email service providers, and operators of messaging apps, to produce...
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Members are not amused, ponder summons and debunk legal arguments The recently-sidelined former CEO of Cambridge Analytica has declined the opportunity to make a second appearance in front of the UK Parliament's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee.…
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Members are not amused, ponder summons and debunk legal arguments The recently-sidelined former CEO of Cambridge Analytica has declined the opportunity to make a second appearance in front of the UK Parliament's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee.…
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The best thing about beating your head against a brick wall? It feels great when you stop Huawei has acknowledged the US market may be a lost cause, at least for now.…
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Repeat after The Vultures: don't re-use passwords IKEA's TaskRabbit app and Website, which links buyers with people skilled with Allen key experts and other errand-runners, remain offline a day after the company announced a data breach.…
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The new partnership brings vulnerability data from Qualys into Illumio's Adaptive Security Platform to help organizations reduce risks with security informed micro-segmentation policies.
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Hacking charge for twiddling URL – O Canada!? Comment There's a curious legal situation developing in Nova Scotia, Canada, right now.…
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Managing Things, with intent Cisco has pitched its intent-based networking capabilities as a way to get control over the Internet of Things.…
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Cambridge Analytica, the data analytics firm that harvested millions of Facebook profiles of U.S. voters, attempted to develop its own cryptocurrency this past year and intended to raise funds through an initial coin offering. The digital coin would have helped people store...
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The first photochromic contact lenses have been approved by the FDA. 'A unique additive will automatically darken the lenses when they're exposed to bright light,' reports Interesting Engineering, citing a FDA statement. 'The lenses will clear up whenever they're back in...
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Glitch is a simple and powerful open-source canvas for experimenting on the web—and after a year of beta testing, it's ready for artists and coders to get stuck in. If you want to make things online but get put off by complicated frameworks, the headache of server set up,...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from DSLReports: The former chair of a panel built by FCC boss Ajit Pai to advise the agency on broadband matters has been arrested for fraud. Elizabeth Ann Pierce, former CEO of Quintillion Networks, was appointed by Pai last April to...
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Cough, cough, EternalBlue, cough, cough Wannacry, splutter, Stuxnet RSA 2018 'You don't launch a cyber weapon, you share it.'…
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Facebook said in a blog post yesterday that they tracked users and non-users across websites and apps for three main reasons: providing services directly, securing the company's own site, and 'improving our products and services.' The statement comes as the company faces a...
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It's not the only discombobulated city struggling to divide precious space.
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