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By Chris Purcell, Analyst Relations at Hewlett Packard Enterprise Usually in January, the President of the United States delivers the annual State of the Union address – a speech mandated by the U.S.

Constitution. Other countries have similar addres...
Exclusive interview with Windows Security lead on how 2017 was a "return to retro" security threats and 2018 will bring increasingly targeted, advanced, and dangerous cyberattacks.
It's not clear why, but it even works for partisan conspiracies.
As 2017 comes to a close, it’s time to get ready for what’s expected next year in the mobile, cross-browser testing, and devops landscape. Let’s look at the following trends: Devops and test automation on steroids will become key for digital winners...
If you ignore the language and country restrictions, this covers 80 percent of devices.
London - Dec. 12, 2017 - Malicious mobile apps are back on the rise, impersonating brands and fooling consumers, according to digital threat management leader RiskIQ, in its Q3 mobile threat landscape report, which analysed 120 mobile app stores and mo...
The end of the year is a good time to take stock of the main cyberthreat incidents that took place over the preceding 12 months or so.

To reflect on the impact these events had on organizations and individuals, and consider what they could mean for the overall evolution of the threat landscape.
London – UK, Turin - Italy - 5th December 2017 - Customer Experience (CX) Consultancy and Oracle Gold Cloud Select Partner, Enigen UK, have today announced a new proposition for High-Tech Manufacturers and I.T. Resellers.

The proposition builds o...
The company that makes the best low-end devices doesn't impress at the top.
Video is going to be a thing at Ars from here on, and wersquo;ll do our best to make it good.
Welcome to ransomware in 2017 – the year global enterprises and industrial systems were added to the ever-growing list of victims, and targeted attackers started taking a serious interest in the threat. It was also a year of consistently high attack numbers, but limited innovation.
In 2017, the main global threat to users was ransomware: and in order to recover files and data encrypted by attackers, victims were required to pay a ransom in cryptocurrency.
In the first eight months of 2017, Kaspersky Lab products protected 1.65 million users from malicious cryptocurrency miners, and by the end of the year we expect this number to exceed two million.