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Threatppost | February 13, 2020
A new federal bureaucracy, the Data Protection Agency (DPA), has been proposed to completely revamp how the U.S. government regulates data collection and misuse by big tech companies. However, while privacy experts call the agency a “good first step,” they remain skeptical about how effective it would be once enforced. Currently, the responsibility of privacy regulation is divvied between several various agencies, including the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Federal Trade C...
Quantinuum | January 06, 2022
A global leader in quantum computing software, Strangeworks, announced its collaboration with the largest integrated, stand-alone quantum computing company in the world, Quantinuum. Quantinuum offers various vertically integrated solutions, such as comprehensive, hardware-agnostic quantum software and the highest-performing quantum computer.
This collaboration aims at implementing quantum-enhanced cryptographic keys, Quantum Origin, and Quantinuuminto the Strangeworks ecosystem.
Open Security & Safety Alliance | March 03, 2021
The Open Security and Safety Alliance, an industry body contained partners from all aspects of the security, wellbeing and building mechanization space, today declared two significant advancements as a component of its main goal to clear the street towards dependable and imaginative security and wellbeing arrangements. Initial, another particular is currently accessible to individuals that centers around camera network protection measures. OSSA likewise presents another App Developer Council int...
Help Net security | January 28, 2020
The recent high-profile ransomware attack on foreign currency exchange specialist Travelex highlights the devastating results of a targeted cyber-attack. In the weeks following the initial attack, Travelex struggled to bring its customer-facing systems back online. Worse still, despite Travelex’s assurances that no customer data had been compromised, hackers were demanding $6 million for 5GB of sensitive customer information they claim to have downloaded. Providing services to some of the ...
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