Category: Security


HPE has a go at creating a security USP

HPE has announced the launch of its ProLiant portfolio, claiming to be the first vendor to put silicon-based security into its industry standard servers.

Oracle taps into AI buzz to calm security fears

Oracle has announced a number of updates to its security portfolio focusing on leveraging the buzz surrounding machine learning, artificial intelligence and contextual awareness technologies.

Web inventor slams FCC for privacy violations

Sir Tim Berners-Lee has hit out at the US government and FCC following the decision to repeal ISP privacy rules which were put in place to provide some level of control for the consumer.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: capitulation, acceleration and observation

In the first podcast of the post-Skinner era, the team is joined by super-sub Iain Morris from Light Reading. Among the key conversation-points of the week include BT finally caving in to Ofcom’s demands for the ‘legal separation’ of Openreach – whatever that means. The guys also mull over the pros and cons of accelerating 5G NR by itself and reflect on the apparent ability of the CIA to hack our devices in order to keep an eye on us.

WikiLeaks exposes Internet of Spooks

Who is the CIA’s favourite author? You guessed it, George Orwell. At least that’s what its apparent fondness for TVs as surveillance devices leads us to conclude.

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