Technologists using open source software, long plagued by security concerns, are now facing a new challenge: meeting government requirements enacted to mitigate those concerns.
Flush with $3.3 million in seed funding, startup Paladin Cloud has launched an open source Security-as-Code platform that aims to holistically improve cloud security.
Bad actors can cause an image of a dog to be classified as a golf cart, for a trivial example, though this has real-world implications for authentication systems, malware and obscenity filters and more.
New report says metaverse in 2040 could be hype, hope, hell or maybe all three combined.
Google Cloud announced a new sustainability initiative that will next year allow users of its Workspace apps to track their carbon footprints.
IT Pro: "We need max security."
Suit: "Costs too much."
IT Pro: "We were hit with huge ransomware attack."
Suit: "You're fired!"
"Developers are torn on blockchain, crypto, and decentralization. 32 percent are at least favorable, 31 percent are unfavorable and 26 percent are indifferent."
A new survey-based study on measuring risk and risk governance indicates the public cloud is the way to go for enterprises wanting to lessen their own riskiness.
Gartner said adopting organizations should "communicate business relevance of ZT by aligning resilience and agility."
The once-sorry state of secure open source software has been improving lately, but a new report indicates it's still being largely ignored by many organizations.
More than 30 prominent tech organizations have formed the Metaverse Standards Forum to foster cooperation among standards organizations and companies in order to develop interoperability guidance for an open and inclusive metaverse.
As the Metaverse, Web3 and associated technologies take shape, developer tooling is arriving to help give it structure.
Mounting data breaches have caused a huge spike in encryption says a new survey-based report, but it's not ransomware attackers or other bad actors organizations are primarily protecting against -- it's their own employees.
A new report on overstressed security pros finds many just turn off noisy, overwhelming alerts and provides more evidence that paying off ransomware attackers doesn't result in very many positive outcomes.
Executive recruiting firm Burtch Works, noticing an unprecedented increase in tech salaries since the post-pandemic economic recovery started, published a new report that sheds light on just how much money data scientists and AI pros make now -- and who makes the most.
John, an IT pro at a plastic fabrication company, had a question for our Zero Trust security experts: How often should a SMB (100-150 employees) do security audits? Dave, a front-line consulting veteran, had an answer: Constantly.
Salesforce, known for its cloud-based software for business functionality like customer relationship management (CRM), has furthered its embrace of cutting-edge Web3 technology with the closed pilot of an upcoming NFT Cloud.
The monitoring and security specialist leveraged usage telemetry from thousands of its customers to compile the report on serverless computing, which typically involves distributed chunks of code -- or functions -- being triggered by various kinds of user or system events, instead of monolithic programs.
For all the buzz about ransomware lately, it wasn't the chief concern among attendees at this week's big security-focused RSA Conference in San Francisco.
The Zero Trust security model is gaining traction in the enterprise even though it's still being held back by the ever-present skills shortage, says a new report published during this week's RSA security conference.