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| |Half Of Employees Think The Cloud Is Actually In The Sky, According To A Third Of IT Workers Its not a secret that IT professionals--particularly first-tier tech support--have a low opinion of users, though a new survey paints a rather bleak picture.
| |Cybersecurity Burnout: 10 Most Stressful Parts Of The Job The cybersecurity skills shortage has gotten worse for the third consecutive year, according to the Information Systems Security Association.
| |News Roundup: Microsoft Build, Google I/O, Sapphire Karen Roby gives us a snapshot of the news covered this week on TechRepublic and ZDNet. The stories include 3 major conferences, a telecommunications data breach and a look at the amount of CIOs implementing AI.
| |News Roundup: Microsoft Build, Google I/O, And Sapphire Karen Roby gives us a snapshot of the news covered this week on TechRepublic and ZDNet. The stories include 3 major conferences, a telecommunications data breach and a look at the amount of CIOs implementing AI.
| |How To Close The Critical Cybersecurity Talent Gap If we dont change our ways, the gap will keep getting worse. Outside-the-box thinking and new techniques are required, and here are a few ways to get started.
| |On-device Speech Recognition May Make Smart Assistants More Appealing Google unveiled the next-generation Google Assistant at I/O 2019, featuring an on-device speech recognition model-bypassing the need to upload voice samples to cloud systems.
| |Companies Moving To The Cloud Still Ignore Security Concerns Nine in 10 cloud breaches occur due to employee mistakes, according to a Kaspersky Lab report.
| |What’s New In Android Q Security Posted by Rene Mayrhofer and Xiaowen Xin, Android Security & Privacy Team [Cross-posted from the Android Developers Blog]With every new version of Android, one of our top priorities is raising the bar for security. Over the last few years,...
| |Queue The Hardening Enhancements Posted by Jeff Vander Stoep, Android Security & Privacy Team and Chong Zhang, Android Media Team[Cross-posted from the Android Developers Blog] Android Q Beta versions are now publicly available. Among the various new features introduced...
| |Dissecting Weird Packets I was investigating traffic in my home lab yesterday, and noticed that about 1% of the traffic was weird. Before I describe the weird, let me show you a normal frame for comparisons sake.This is a normal frame with Ethernet II encapsulation....
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