Researchers at NIST have developed a mathematical formula that, computer simulations suggest, could help 5G and other wireless networks select and share communications frequencies about 5,000 times more efficiently than trial-and-error methods.
The majority of Americans (87 percent) are comfortable sharing personal and lifestyle-focused data for the benefit of lower insurance premiums, according to a new insurance study conducted by DXC Technology
Ready or not, cloud is already making its impact on the industry. While it’s not a new technology to the industry, it continues to see growth, driven by growing possibilities in the IoT space. Security end users and their organizations are shifting to truly embrace the cloud, with worldwide spending on public cloud services and infrastructure forecasted to reach $210 billion in 2019 – an increase of 24 percent over 2018. Cloud services can provide benefits not only to large enterprise organizations, but small and mid-sized businesses as well by providing cost-effective solutions and increased flexibility.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced an ultraviolet (UV) light pilot program that reportedly kills COVID-19, with the first phase set to launch on subways, buses and other New York City Transit facilities throughout the system this week.
A new eight-nation APAC study conducted by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) shows that spending on the public cloud and related services is growing, yet organizations aren’t confident about the security of cloud infrastructure and are holding back.
CISA released the Identity, Credential and Access Management (ICAM) Pilot for Public Safety overview fact sheet to introduce ICAM and provide high-level observations from two 2019 public-safety focused ICAM Demonstrations.
Why does the practice of Data Economy typically requires a solid understanding of the characteristics of the underlying data resource? And how can that data be transformed into useful intelligence, where these processes are carried out with the upmost care to represent the interests of the Data Subject?
Why is cybersecurity so often overlooked by Operational Technology engineers? The answer can be traced to four common myths. Here, we explore why these four misconceptions are no longer true in today’s highly interconnected world and discuss the differences between IT and OT networks, and share some best practice guidelines to help your organization successfully overcome these IT-OT differences and transition to IIoT or Industry 4.0 systems.