Cybersecurity
Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Group Disbanding RaaS Operation

The group behind the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack appears to be shutting down its RaaS operation, thanks to increased law enforcement pressure.

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VMware Wants to ‘Empower Today’s Anywhere Workforce’

VMware has launched VMware Anywhere Workspace in an effort to help companies and employees thrive in a remote work environment.

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IBM Acquiring myInvenio to Provide AI-Powered Automation

IBM’s spree of purchases continues, with a deal to acquire myInvenio to help provide AI-powered automation.

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FCC Releases Its Own Internet Speed Test App

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has released its own internet speed test app in an effort improve its data on the state of US broadband.

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AI Wars: 96% of Companies Using AI to Combat AI-Powered Cyberattacks

A new report shows that AI is increasingly being used in a defensive capacity, to combat AI-powered cyberattacks.

Digital Transformation To Be Faster Trend Out Of Pandemic, Says Worday co-CEO Aneel Bhusri
Workday CEO: Digital Transformation To Be Faster Trend Out Of Pandemic

Aneel Bhusri, co-CEO of Workday, discusses how the pandemic will drive digital transformation forward at an even faster pace.

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NSA Hacking Tool Was Stolen by Chinese Hackers and Used Against US

A National Security Agency (NSA) hacking tool was stolen by Chinese hackers in 2014 and used against US targets, according to researchers.

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Apple Announces ‘Glow and Behold’ WWDC 2021

Apple has announced its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) for 2021, with the tag line: “Glow and behold.”

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Taiwan Claims to Have Enough Water to Keep Chip Industry Going…For Now

The Taiwanese government has offered assurances there is enough water to keep the country’s chipmaking industry running till May.

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Cisco Completes $4.5 Billion Acquisition of Acacia

Cisco has completed its acquisition of Acacia, closing a $4.5 billion deal that faced legal hurdles just months ago.