Data lakes have become the cornerstone of many big data initiatives, just as they offer easier and more flexible options to scale when working with high volumes of data that’s being generated at a high velocity – such as web, sensor or app activity data. Since these types of data sources have become increasingly prevalent, interest in data lakes has also been growing at a rapid … [Read more...] about Do You Actually Need a Data Lake?
Welcome to The Future of Firewalling, Part 1… For over two decades, the firewall has been the de-facto tool that facilitated secure connectivity between different networks. Firewalls were traditionally designed around the idea that internal traffic and users were inherently trustworthy and external traffic wasn’t. Thus, the firewall was deployed to create a trust boundary – or … [Read more...] about The death of the network perimeter and the firewall? Not so fast.
Facebook today revealed yet another security incident admitting that roughly 100 app developers may have improperly accessed its users' data in certain Facebook groups, including their names and profile pictures.In a blog post published Tuesday, Facebook said the app developers that unauthorizedly access this information were primarily social media management and video … [Read more...] about Facebook Reveals New Data Leak Incident Involving Groups’ Members
Mozilla, in partnership with Facebook, Cloudflare, and other IETF community members, has announced technical specifications for a new cryptographic protocol called "Delegated Credentials for TLS."Delegated Credentials for TLS is a new simplified way to implement "short-lived" certificates without sacrificing the reliability of secure connections.In short, the new TLS protocol … [Read more...] about How New ‘Delegated Credentials’ Boosts TLS Protocol Security
At a time when cybercrime costs three times more than natural disasters globally1, the demands on security are constantly growing. Whether you’re asked to protect a workforce that roams anywhere, a workplace that is digitized, or workloads that run wherever, your disparate security solutions are creating discord and an untenable level of complexity. At Cisco, we’ve been on a … [Read more...] about Securing Your Future by Innovating Today
New iPadOS Available Today iPadOS is a powerful operating system designed with new capabilities and intuitive features for the large display and versatility of iPad. iPadOS brings new ways to work with apps in multiple windows, more information at a glance on a redesigned Home screen and more natural ways to use Apple Pencil. iPadOS also … [Read more...] about New version of the most popular iPad starts shipping tomorrow
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Big data powers the world’s most powerful companies and most promising startups. From transportation giant Uber’s data on 3.9 million eligible drivers to entertainment giant Netflix’s collection of 155 million subscribers’ streaming data, the ability to gather and store huge amounts of data is one of the most critical drivers of our modern economy. It will also define … [Read more...] about Why Databases are Failing the Modern Economy
The end of the year is coming, and it's time for security decision-makers to make plans for 2020 and get management approval. Typically, this entails making a solid case regarding why current resources, while yielding significant value, need to be reallocated and enhanced.The Definitive2020 Security Plan PPT Template is built to simplify this task, providing security … [Read more...] about Build Your 2020 Security Plan
Thanks to the Kaspersky Exploit Prevention subsystem in our products, we recently detected an exploit — a malicious program letting attackers gain unauthorized access to the computer — through a vulnerability in the Google Chrome browser. It used a zero-day vulnerability, that is, one that was yet unknown to the developers. It was assigned the identifier CVE-2019-13720. We … [Read more...] about Chrome zero-day vulnerability | Kaspersky official blog