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Archives for July 2019
The latest large-scale data breach: Capital One | TECH(feed)
Just a few days after Equifax settled with the FTC over its 2017 data breach, Capital One announced it was the target of a March attack. Identifying information and bank account numbers are among some of the data breached in the attack that affects 100 million people. A software engineer is behind the attack and […]
Remote code execution is possible by exploiting flaws in Vxworks
Eleven zero-day vulnerabilities in WindRiver’s VxWorks, a real-time operating system in use across an advertised 2 billion connected devices have been discovered by network security vendor Armis. Six of the vulnerabilities could enable remote attackers to access unpatched systems without any user interaction, even through a firewall according to Armis. About IoT: What is the […]
Azure Cost Management updates – July 2019
Whether you're a new student, thriving startup, or the largest enterprise, you have financial constraints and you need to know what you're spending, where, and how to plan for the future. Nobody wants a surprise when it comes to the bill, and this is where Microsoft Azure Cost Management comes in. We're always looking for […]
The First AI to Beat Pros in 6-Player Poker, Developed by Facebook and Carnegie Mellon
Facebook AI Research’s Noam Brown and Carnegie Mellon’s professor Tuomas Sandholm recently announced Pluribus, the first Artificial Intelligence program able to beat humans in 6 player hold-em poker. In the past years, computers have progressively improved, beating humans in checkers, chess, Go and the Jeopardy TV show. Poker poses more challenges around information asymmetry and […]
Does NoOps Signal the End for Infrastructure Employees?
Will AI and automation eliminate the need for the people who now keep IT infrastructures in operation? Not if those people take charge of their own futures.
Microsoft is killing off Skype for business
News 31 Jul, 2019 Connor Jones The platform goes EOL as the company pushes users towards Teams
Understanding and leveraging Azure SQL Database’s SLA
When data is the lifeblood of your business, you want to ensure your databases are reliable, secure, and available when called upon to perform. Service level agreements (SLA) set an expectation for uptime and performance, and are a key input for designing systems to meet business needs. We recently published a new version of the […]
How an attacker can target phishing attacks
There are a number of ways attackers can exploit public information about your organization’s employees. CSO Online’s Susan Bradley walks through how an attacker can gain access to your organization’s Office 365 accounts and how you can protect your enterprise from these potential attacks.
Google Cloud and VMware Enter into New Partnership
News Google Cloud and VMware Enter into New Partnership By Wendy A. Hernandez 07/31/2019 In a move to better serve its enterprise customers, this week Google announced that its Google Cloud Platform (GCP) would begin to support VMware workloads. Expected to be available in the Google Cloud Marketplace later this year, Google Cloud VMware Solution […]