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IBM and McAfee launch Open Cybersecurity Alliance to help vendors interoperate

LAS VEGAS — McAfee and IBM Security have announced that they are the founding members of the Open Cybersecurity Alliance (OCA), a group of 18 companies whose goal is to foster interoperability and easy integration between security vendors. The project is under the auspices of OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards), a …

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IBM launches grant to promote diversity in the open source community

IBM is reinforcing its commitment to diversity and inclusion in the open source field with the launch of the IBM Open Source Community Grant. Announced at this week’s All Things Open conference in Raleigh, NC, the grant — which will be awarded quarterly — will see the winner receive $25k in cash and $25k in …

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Apple to Use Its Own 5G Modems in 2022

According to Fast Company, Apple may have its own 5G modems ready for production as early as 2022, ending its reliance on Qualcomm. Apple has been trying to end its dependence on Qualcomm for some time now. Initially, the company switched to using Intel, while at the same time fighting a legal battle with Qualcomm …

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New alliance including IBM, McAfee launches to bring interoperability to cybersecurity products

A new cybersecurity alliance of 14 leading companies launched today with a pledge to bring interoperability and data-sharing across cybersecurity products The Open Cybersecurity Alliance consortium, founded under the OASIS open standards and open source group, includes a raft of companies: IBM Corp., McAfee LLC, Advanced Cyber Security Corp., Corsa Techology Inc., CyberArk Software Ltd., …

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Not just a barking dog: Open-source developers grow to embrace software as a service

The open-source movement has a history that captures both its community spirit and renegade impact. Sometimes, that history even involves a yapping animal. In Linux, the “biff” command notifies users when mail arrives and identifies the deliverer. Was “biff” a cleverly conceived acronym for a remarkably sophisticated programming language? No. It was named after a …

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Growing Canadian tech haven is not where you’d expect

When it comes to Canadian tech hubs, the province of Nova Scotia rarely comes to mind – but it should. Nova Scotia’s world-class post-secondary institutions like Dalhousie University, which has often been leveraged when promoting technical innovation in the region, garners a lot of interest. Retaining that talent to grow the tech scene in the …

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Enterprise security evolves alongside automation, intelligent orchestration

Cybersecurity professionals today are betting a bundle on automation. Short-staffed, under-skilled, and facing novel threats, they hope automation can help by performing certain tasks on their behalf. But simply buying a few software products may not substantively improve a company’s security stance, according to Ted Julian (pictured), vice president of product management and co-founder of Resilient, …

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Just How Expensive are Data Breaches?

The cost of a data breach is not just limited to regulatory fines, but extends to more significant losses to the business and even hampers customer trust Security incidents and data breaches are becoming increasingly costly. Some recent examples include $53 million costs to the Canadian lender Desjardins Group in the wake of a breach …

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It’s Wide, It’s Deep, It’s Formidable

“Everything we do is laser-focused on growth opportunity out in the market, cost reduction internally, and transforming ourselves into a simpler operation which then transitions into both cost and customer effectiveness,” says AT&T Communications CEO John Donovan. “This meets that hurdle. It’s wide, it’s deep, it’s formidable. It meets all those criteria. It’s one of …

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Blockchain-Powered Shipping Industry Platform To Dramatically Reduce Costs

Major ocean container carriers CMA CGM and MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) are joining TradeLens, a blockchain-enabled digital shipping platform, jointly developed by A.P. Moller – Maersk and IBM. With the addition of these carriers on the TradeLens platform, nearly half of the world’s ocean container cargo will be using blockchain technology to dramatically improve …

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Five ways blockchain will impact search marketing

Few technologies promise to have an impact on the marketplace as tremendous as the blockchain technology. Though many professionals in the search marketing industry are still entirely unfamiliar with it. Blockchain’s disruptive nature is changing the nature of digital advertising regardless of whether some professionals hear about it or not, however, meaning it’s imperative to …

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10 Big Companies Setting Great Environmental Examples

By Aaron Viles Last year, world leaders met in Paris to hash out a global climate deal to curb greenhouse gases and prepare countries and communities from the unavoidable impacts of climate change, made so by decades-long feet-dragging and unwillingness to act. While these public solutions are critical to fighting climate change, equally important are …

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