Cybersecurity and Tech News


CSO Magazine

  • The thought of quantum computing may elicit a shrug from many a CISO who has enough on their plate already and has decided that's an issue for the future. My take: get into the conversation, as it is your entity that will be affected sooner or later when post-quantum cryptography becomes a possibly concerning reality. […]
  • In one of the strangest and most eye-catching projects to emerge in recent times, WorldCoin has set out to create a universal proof-of-personhood system. WorldCoin's World ID project combines blockchain, AI and custom hardware–a distinctive orb-shaped biometric device–into a system that attempts to exclude bots by proving that participants are unique human beings. The Worldcoin […]
  • Last week, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released a report titled the Harmonization of Cyber Incident Reporting to the Federal Government, that lays out a working template for how the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) might implement its upcoming cyber incident reporting regulations. CISA must produce its incident report requirements under the […]

WSJ Technology News

INC Magazine

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American Banker

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CIO Magazine

  • There comes a time in every IT leader’s life when a key decision must be made: whether to follow an established rule or, as a matter of necessity, break precedent and embark on an alternate course. Management rules typically exist to enable faultless decision-making, set a foundation for consistent operation, and provide protection from risk, […]
  • Companies are now recognizing the work ahead of them to get their data, people, and processes ready to capitalize on gen AI’s potential. In fact, insights from a recent Accenture survey found that nearly all (99%) executives said they plan to amplify their investments in the technology. So leaders will need to radically re-think how work gets […]
  • In his dissertation at Stanford in 1976, smartphone pioneer and founder and CEO of General Magic Marc Porat correctly prophesied that the future would be defined by “information machines, information workers, and information companies.” Today, there is general consensus that we live in an “Information Society” and work in an “Information Economy.” What is surprising […]