Reality bites: Data privacy edition

May 25th is the second anniversary of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and data around compliance with the regulation shows a significant disconnect between perception and reality. Only 28% of firms comply with GDPR; however, before GDPR k… Continue reading Reality bites: Data privacy edition

Organizations plan to migrate most apps to the cloud in the next year

More than 88% percent of organizations use cloud infrastructure in one form or another, and 45% expect to migrate three quarters or more of their apps to the cloud over the next twelve months, according to the O’Reilly survey. The report surveyed 1,283… Continue reading Organizations plan to migrate most apps to the cloud in the next year

In an increasingly 5G and edge world, DNS matters

Infoblox identified the challenges Communication Service Providers (CSPs) face in transitioning to distributed cloud models, as well as the use cases for multi-access edge computing (MEC), 5G New Radio (NR), and 5G Next Generation Core (NGC) networks. … Continue reading In an increasingly 5G and edge world, DNS matters

DMCA Takedown Issued Over Casio Code That Wasn’t

Earlier this month, we posted coverage of an ingenious calculator hack that took a Casio calculator and put an ESP8266 module and an OLED display in the space occupied by its solar cell. Controlled by a pair of unobtrusive Hall effect devices, the calculator could have been used as an …read more

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Week in review: EasyJet breach, shadow IT risks, phishers bypassing Office 365 MFA

Here’s an overview of some of last week’s most interesting news and articles: The dark web is flooded with offers to purchase corporate network access In Q1 2020, the number of postings advertising access to these networks increased by 69 p… Continue reading Week in review: EasyJet breach, shadow IT risks, phishers bypassing Office 365 MFA

Microsoft Releases the Source Code You Wanted Almost 30 Years Ago

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, if you had a personal computer there was a fair chance it either booted into some version of Microsoft Basic or you could load and run Basic. There were other versions, of course, especially for very small computers, but the gold standard for …read more

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Radio’s Sordid History Of Being Blamed For Everything

In the surreal world of a pandemic lockdown, we are surrounded by news stories that defy satire. The idea that 5G cellular networks are to blame for the COVID-19 outbreak and a myriad other ills has the more paranoid corners of social media abuzz with concerned citizens leaping upon random …read more

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Mom, You Can’t Post Pictures of My Child—Because GDPR

A grandmother is found guilty of violating GDPR—for posting photos of her grandchild without permission.
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