Adding neural deep learning to a system doesn’t have to be a complicated endeavor. AI firm Movidius has just announced a USB stick that can be plugged into existing systems to add deep […]
Source: The Fathom USB stick offers plug-and-play AI for under $100 | News | Geek.com
Microsoft outlined the timetable it will use to drop browser support for sites that secure traffic with SHA-1 certificates, part of an Internet-wide plan to rid the Internet of the weaker encryption.
Source: Microsoft to begin SHA-1 crypto shutoff with Windows 10’s summer upgrade
Cybersecurity is one of the great issues of our time and it is becoming clear that technology alone cannot defeat the cyber-thieves.
Source: Why people are the key to cybersecurity | ITProPortal.com
Ransomware is as pervasive as it is dangerous. Learn how to protect your business from ransomware with this infographic.
Source: Protect your business from ransomware | Malwarebytes Labs
The IRS, which has been plagued by data security incidents, faces the loss of key IT and data security personnel over the next year unless Congress renews a lapsed
Source: IRS Chief: Agency Faces Loss of Key InfoSec Personnel
Is Microsoft’s new unstructured patch delivery hurting customers? Is Patch Fatigue a real thing?
Source: The Patch Whenever Conundrum
Watch Paint Dry is a 45-second-long game about watching paint dry. It was made by a 16 year-old guy who’s not even a game developer. Despite not going through Greenlight or otherwise getting Valve’s holy lambda of approval, it got onto the Steam store.
Source: 16-Year-Old Hacker Sneaks Game Onto Steam Without Valve’s Approval
During an event in San Francisco this last January, Autodesk and KIDmob teamed up to let kids with upper-limb differences 3D-print unique prosthetics.
Source: These kids 3D printed their own unique prosthetics, including a sparkle cannon
Cybersecurity expert Chuck Brooks talks about where we stand in what many people call the “wild, wild west” of cybersecurity.
Source: Chuck Brooks on Cybersecurity: The Weakest Link Will Always Be the Human Element