Accenture: Cybercriminals Becoming More Brazen
Accenture: Cybercriminals Becoming More Brazen

The biggest takeaway from our research is that organizations should expect cybercriminals to become more brazen as the potential opportunities and pay-outs from these campaigns climb to the stratosphere.

Dell: 80% of Companies Fast-Tracked Digital Transformation
Dell: 80% of Companies Fast-Tracked Digital Transformation

A Dell commissioned an independent survey of 4,300 worldwide business leaders indicates a massive shift toward digital transformation in 2020 accelerated by the pandemic.

IBM, ServiceNow In New AI Partnership
IBM, ServiceNow In New AI Partnership

The solution raises up deep AI‑driven insights from their data and then recommends actions for IT organizations to take that help them prevent and fix IT issues at scale.

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China Passes Export Control Laws for Sensitive Export

China has fired the latest shot in the ongoing trade war with the US, passing legislation to restrict exports of sensitive technology.

Encryption
US Joins International Call For Encryption Backdoors

Once again, the US is calling for weakened encryption, along with the Five Eyes, Japan and India.

Windows 10 May Block Drivers That Are Not Verified

Microsoft unveiled a major change as part of its Patch Tuesday yesterday, indicating some drivers may no longer work.

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BlackBerry Launches AI-Powered Blackberry Protect Mobile

BlackBerry has announced BlackBerry Mobile Protect, a mobile threat defense (MTD) solution based on artificial intelligence (AI).

Azure
Microsoft and Datadog Announce Partnership to Secure Azure

Microsoft and Datadog have announced a partnership that will see Datadog be a first-class service in Azure Portal.

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Administration May Restrict Chinese Firm SMIC

The Trump administration is considering imposing export restrictions on China’s biggest chip maker, SMIC.

Cyber Security
Homeland Security Issues Warning On Critical Windows Server Bug

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is warning of a Windows Server bug that can give hackers access to any machine on a network.