Official images on docker hub are run through github docker-library, and you’d be mental to run a binary image withoutRead more
I just got back from attending IBM Think in San Francisco. Though it was a quick trip across the country, I was inundated with IBM’s vision, covering topics from A (i.e. artificial intelligence) to Z (i.e. System Z) and everything in between.
Despite the wide-ranging discussion, IBM’s main focus was on three areas: 1) hybrid cloud, 2) advanced analytics, and 3) security. For example, IBM’s hybrid cloud discussion centered on digital transformation and leaned heavily on its Red Hat acquisition, while advanced analytics included artificial intelligence (AI), cognitive computing (Watson), neural networks, etc. To demonstrate its capabilities in these areas, IBM paraded out customers such as Geico, Hyundai Credit Corporation, and Santander Bank, who are betting on IBM for game-changing digital transformation projects.
Attackers use rootkits to hide malware on a device in a way that allows it to persist undetected over time, sometimes for years. During that time, it can steal data or resources, or surveil communications. Operating system-based rootkits are scary enough, but firmware rootkits even more so. Both seek to persist, hide and evade from processes and procedures to eradicate them.
Why it’s way too easy to sell counterfeit goods on amazon, how to defend against the runC container vulnerability, creating a dream team for the new age of cyber security, how you can get a windows 95 emulator for Windows 10, Linux, or MAC, DEF CON goes to Washington, and InfoSec institutes top podcasts that […]
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There are quite a few choices for selecting open-source and inexpensive hardware to build your network and provide tools to monitor for security events. In this segment we’ll discuss some of the options, the pros and cons of each, limitations and really cool features! Includes coverage of Qotom hardware, how to procure enterprise-grade […]
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Coffee Meets Bagel and Dubsmash confirm security incidents.Read more
Users of WP Cost Estimation & Payment Forms Builder and Simple Social Buttons plugins urged to update.Read more
Thanks man! I’m using Jekyll with the Minima theme. For hosting, I was using Github pages until recently, but nowRead more
JPM Coin was developed using blockchain technologyRead more