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Month: March 2018

Technology Sales and Consulting

Multiple Zero-Day Bugs in Apple Safari Exposed at Pwn2Own 2018

A total of $267,000 was awarded to security researchers at the two-day event for disclosing new vulnerabilities in operating system and browser software.

Former Qualcomm Chairman Reportedly Seeks Financing to Buy Company

NEWS ANALYSIS: Former Qualcomm board chairman Paul Jacobs reportedly is looking for financing to buy the chip maker, while the company struggles to close the NXP deal.

How DDoS Attacks Techniques Have Evolved Over Past 20 Years

From do-it-yourself denial-of-service attacks in the 1990s to this year’s terabit-topping memcached attacks, distributed denial-of-service attacks have reached new heights in sophistication and volume.

DHL to Deploy Robots, Drones, Virtual Reality to Speed up Deliveries

To get packages delivered even faster than overnight, DHL Express’ eCommerce unit plans to use local crowd-sourced local delivery services for two-hour service. The company is also using a range of new technologies, including robotics and smart glasses…

U.S. Government Accuses Russia of Hacking the Power Grid

A joint Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation analysis finds evidence that Russia has been actively targeting critical infrastructure in the U.S with cyber-attacks. What should grid operators do in the U.S. to limit risks?

How to Avoid a Dead End on the Road to a Digital Changeover

More and more enterprises are investing in digital transformation to gain a competitive edge. Here are seven steps to help ensure that such a transformation is successful.

Galaxy S9 vs. Galaxy S9+: Which Samsung Smartphone Is Right for You?

Retail sales of the high end Android Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ handsets are scheduled to begin March 16. While the handsets outwardly look very similar there are key differences that will help buyers decide which model to select.

Pwn2Own 2018 Hackers Earn $162K for Safari, Edge, VirtualBox Exploit

The first day of the 2018 Pwn2Own hacking competition saw security researchers demonstrate a host of zero-day vulnerabilities, though a number of targets, including Google’s Chrome browser, were left unchallenged.

Pwn2Own 2018 Hackers Earn $162K for Safari, Edge, VirtualBox Exploit

The first day of the 2018 Pwn2Own hacking competition saw security researchers demonstrate a host of zero-day vulnerabilities, though a number of targets, including Google’s Chrome browser, were left unchallenged.

Google Enhances Security Management Features in Chrome Enterprise

Google announces new partnerships that give enterprises more enterprise mobility management options.