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Quantum computing: A new generation of compute power

At the recent ITWC Digital Transformation Conference, Dr. Ketaki Desai, Vice President, Business Development, with the Ontario Centre of Innovation (OCI) moderated a panel...

Hashtag Trending – Canada’s new digital charter, cybercrime gang busted, Phoenix pay system an expensive fix

Trudeau cracks down on social media, an international cybercrime gang is taken down, and throwing out the troubled Phoenix pay system … eventually.

IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Report 2016

It’s been a landmark year in security breaches, and as new vulnerabilities pop up and cyberattacks become more prominent, more and more organizations are...

Beyond the Sandbox: Strengthen Your Edge-to-Endpoint Security

Organizations’ malware analysis needs have gone beyond the traditional sandboxing technologies. It’s time for a more robust malware analysis tool that can continuously detect...

Wake up your employees: How to reduce cyber security risks with employee training

Enterprises need to wake up their employees to be more aware of the risks -- and be more vigilant in protecting data and the computing infrastructure

EMC unveils new hosted network security monitoring

The managed security service identifies compromised machines and user identities so security controls can be adjusted accordingly. EMC expects cybercriminals to start monetizing enterprise data captured through traditionally consumer-oriented methods

Hacker Gonzalez gets 20 years for Heartland breach

Albert Gonzales was involved in hacking into credit card payments processor Heartland Payment Systems Inc. He also participated in the TJX breech first announced in late 2006. The 28-year-old has given up the stolen millions he buried in his parents' backyard but is about to get free room and board, and presumably some fetching orange jumpsuits, for the next 20 years in a U.S. prison

U.S. said to be eyeing cybersecurity ambassador role

The U.S. is weighing the creation of an ambassador-level position for negotiating cybersecurity matters at the United Nations and for ensuring the country has a consistent international policy on the issue, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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