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DMDII Launches Cyber Hub for Manufacturing
DMDII's new cyber hub for manufacturing has support of Department of Defense; national hub will allow experimentation on cybersecurity technology for the factory floor.
CPU Design Flaw Leaves Billions of Devices Vulnerable to Attack
Make sure your engineering workstation and cloud services are patched against Meltdown and Spectre attacks.
Using Tech to Secure Tech
Security technology is constantly improving. But with data breaches making news with what seems to be increasing regularity, it’s understandable that many companies have second thoughts about making the leap into cloud computing or rolling out connected devices.
Pushing Security from the Cloud to Every Endpoint in Today’s IoT
As high value content now flows throughout the IoT, devices are saddled with communicating high-value information via an IoT connection. As a result, the security threat has greatly increased for all connected IoT devices.
Welcome: To Catch a Thief
The financial services industry uses technology against cybercriminals.
Computing Crime Fighters
Financial institutions turn to the real-time fraud detection capabilities enabled by high-performance computing to combat cybercriminals.
K12 Federation Launches Educational Cooperative
Cooperative to focus on cybersecurity, technology interoperability and collaborative solutions.
iS5 Communications Releases Its First RAPTOR Beta Units
iS5 Communications Inc. releases RAPTOR, a next-generation cybersecure industrial platform designed for industrial IoT/Industry 4.0 applications to its first beta customers.
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Optimizing Security — Safeguard Your Printing Environment
Your large-format printing environment could be vulnerable to data breaches. Here's how you can address common security risks.
Designing Over-the-Air, Secure Devices
The fundamentals of IoT device security are hard to build in late in the development process, and the details do matter.
By the Numbers: The Internet of Things
Facts and figures on the Internet of Things (IoT).
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Born this Way: Higher Security for High Speed Computing
IDC predicts that, by 2019, 70% of major multinational corporations with roots in the U.S. and Europe will face significant cybersecurity attacks
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Develop a New HPC Cybersecurity Mindset
High-performance computing (HPC) has opened the door to many innovations; yet, it has also introduced new cybersecurity challenges, as the computational power has attracted cybercriminals, as well as malicious insiders.
Balance Cybersecurity & Collaboration
Open collaboration raises fears that the system security will be compromised, yet locking a system down hampers research and ultimately interferes with the reasons for providing computing resources.
Cybersecurity, HPC and Big Data
In the past two years, IDC’s HPC team (now called Hyperion Research) has conducted major studies on cybersecurity practices in the U.S. private sector, with special attention to the roles of HPC and big data analytics.



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