Instead of trying to force users to embrace a new browser -- and thus expand the enterprise attack surface -- Menlo's add-on tools protect data and users with end-to-end visibility and dynamic policy enforcement directly inside browser sessions to block zero-hour phishing, malware, and ransomware attacks...
AT&T wireless customers will see the brand name and logo of participating businesses on verified incoming calls without the need for an app.
AI and quantum computing are reshaping the cybersecurity landscape. Expect a mix of advanced threats and cutting-edge defenses in this rapidly evolving digital realm.
Attacks on browsers by phishing actors ballooned during the second half of 2023, increasing 198% over the first six months of the year, according to a new report by browser security company Menlo Security.
A majority of hiring managers now favor candidates with less work experience but stronger AI proficiency, new research shows.
In a tech landscape brimming with anticipation, 2024 promises a paradigm shift for developers worldwide.
Tech industry experts delve into pivotal tech trends for 2024, examining cybersecurity evolution, the impact of AI on privacy, breakthroughs in quantum computing, and shifts in the tech startup world.
Quick Response codes have become a vehicle for bad actors to steal credentials, infect mobile devices, and invade corporate systems.
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Mainstream consumers typically do not know the Linux operating system powers their email service, favorite websites, television sets, and even their mobile phones and computers in some cases. Now, Wind River Linux is making inroads into the operation of electric-powered cars.
Employees in nearly three out of four organizations worldwide are using generative AI tools frequently or occasionally, but despite the security threats posed by unchecked use of the apps, employers don't seem to know what to do about it.
What HP presented should leapfrog the company ahead of its competitors over the next several years as we deal with the fallout of the hybrid workplace and the difficulties in managing and equipping a dispersed workforce.
I believe we are in the end days of the traditional PC and that it is due to evolve or be replaced by a smartphone derivative. Gelsinger is clearly on the “evolve” path as he discussed a very aggressive cadence for the next several generations of AI-enhanced PCs and servers.
TuxCare technical evangelist Joao Correia highlights the perils of delayed system patching in Linux environments, offering vital advice to prevent ransomware attacks and data breaches.
Avoid AI hype and ruthlessly cut failed projects, advises a new Forrester report outlining best practices for enterprises adopting artificial intelligence.