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Google Hasn’t Started the Robocalypse Yet

The Robocalypse -- the time when machines become sentient and start to dominate humans -- has been a popular science fiction subject for some time. It's also worried some scientific minds, most notably the late Stephen Hawking ...

Attacks on Cloud Service Providers Down 25% During First 4 Months of 2022

New research from Atlas VPN shows that cloud-native exploits on major cloud service providers (CSPs) declined during the first four months of 2022 ...

Ransomware Greatest Risk to Supply Chain in Minds of IT Pros

Ransomware is the top supply chain risk facing organizations today, according to a survey released Monday by ISACA, an association for IT professionals with 140,000 members in 180 countries ...

New Software Vulnerability Zeroes In on Microsoft Programs

A "Zero Day" vulnerability in a Windows tool that hackers have been exploiting through poisoned Word documents was discovered over the weekend ...

NSA’s Claim Backdoor Off Encryption Table Draws Skepticism from Cyber Pros

The director of cybersecurity at the National Security Agency induced a few smirks among cyber pros last week when he told Bloomberg that there wouldn't be any backdoors in the new encryption standards his agency is working on with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) ...

Study Finds Sports Is King Among Livestreamers

Events that are streamed live on the net are growing in popularity among internet households, especially live sports, according to a study released by Parks Associates ...

Free-Speech, Uncensored Browser Launched for Conservatives

A free-speech, anti-censorship browser for conservatives was launched Tuesday ...

Third-Party Risk Could Cost E-Commerce Sites Millions

Significant exposure to third-party risk could cost e-commerce websites millions of dollars in damages and lost revenue, according to a new study by a maker of security products to protect web and mobile apps ...

Slipping Graphics Chip Prices Could Signal Coming End of Semiconductor Shortages

A cocktail of increased supply, slowing demand and added capacity is bringing down the price of graphics chips. It could also signal the beginning of the end of the semiconductor shortage that's been plaguing the world since the start of the Covid pandemic ...

New EU Law Will Force Google, Meta, Others To Expose Algorithms

The content of large tech companies, like Google and Meta, will be more tightly regulated under a new European Union law that received provisional approval Saturday ...

Plagiarism Hunter Gets $6M To Flag Copycats

A company with a promising technology to fight plagiarism announced Tuesday that it has received US$6 million in venture capital to expand its efforts to expose cribbers ...

PII of Many Fortune 1000 Execs Exposed at Data Broker Sites

Research released Monday by a cybersecurity services provider reveals how widespread the risks are to executives and the organizations they ramrod from data brokers collecting sensitive data about them ...

Forrester Pegs B2B Fraud, Cyber Insurance Complacency as Top Threats in 2022

Increases in B2B fraud, cyber insurance complacency, and governance gaps in the work-from-anywhere model are among the top cybersecurity threats faced by businesses in 2022, according to a report released Tuesday by Forrester ...

PC Shipments Decline, Revenues Rise During Q1 2022

Worldwide PC shipments declined during the first quarter of 2022, but revenues, fueled by enterprise desktop sales, increased during the period ...

Crypto Firms Offered Insurance To Cover Cloud Crashes

Nothing strikes fear into a cryptocurrency trader like being forcibly disconnected from the cloud. Technology downtime insurance provider Parametrix would like to make traders less fearful ...

Wing Picks DFW for First Commercial Drone Deliveries in Major US Metro Area

Delivery drones will be buzzing the Texas skies beginning Thursday, April 7 ...

Amazon Puts High-Tech Spin on Play Dates With Kiddie Video-Calling Device

Parents looking for a richer experience for their kids when they get together with relatives on a video link may find it in a device Amazon started selling Tuesday ...

Atlas VPN Debuts MultiHop+ for Added Layer of Internet Privacy and Security

Security-minded internet users looking for another layer of obscurity when traveling in cyberspace can have it with some new tech announced Monday by Atlas VPN ...

Forrester Predicts Net Loss of 1.42 Million US Jobs to Automation by 2032

Automation will claim more than 11 million U.S. jobs over the next decade, according to a report released Tuesday by Forrester ...

Credit Ratings Could Cool Hot ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ Market

A move by Equifax to enable buy now, pay later (BNPL) vendors to report their customers' "pay-in-four" loans to the credit rating agency could dampen consumer enthusiasm for the popular payment method ...

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