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By Tom Sullivan 10:02 am March 06, 2019
The company says the acquisition will enable NTT to broaden its security offerings for digital transformation.
By Tom Sullivan 09:49 am March 06, 2019
Infosec is quickly becoming where the two have an opportunity to finally join forces or risk leaving vulnerabilities wide open.
RSA 2019: FBI Director Christopher Wray says 'today’s cybersecurity threat is bigger than government itself'
By Tom Sullivan 04:21 pm March 05, 2019
Top Federal Bureau of Investigation official calls for greater public-private partnership to fight back increasingly sophisticated adversaries and attacks.
By Tom Sullivan 03:38 pm March 05, 2019
SAN FRANCISCO — Artificial intelligence and machine learning hold as much promise, and perhaps peril, in the infosec realm as anywhere else. That was among the takeaways from the Tuesday morning keynote sessions here at RSA 2019.
By Tom Sullivan 10:41 am February 28, 2019
The tool will deliver what the company calls Health Nudges to help users better manage hypertension.
By Tom Sullivan 08:55 am February 27, 2019
Cloud can make technology invisible – something that often improves the work and lives of people who use it.
By Tom Sullivan 09:21 am February 26, 2019
With cloud computing gaining traction in healthcare, executives who have already started down the path to cloud-first offer advice for others.
By Tom Sullivan 09:37 am February 20, 2019
Info-blocking ruled the day, while APIs, FHIR, artificial intelligence and virtual reality were also prominent themes at this year’s Global Conference.
By Tom Sullivan 11:57 am February 15, 2019
At HIMSS19, DeVore mapped out the five problems that must be addressed to transform the industry.
By Tom Sullivan 04:10 pm February 14, 2019
Once the specification gains wider use for data exchange, it will open the doors for more advanced uses of data, including artificial intelligence and machine learning, IBM, Google and Microsoft executives said at HIMSS19.