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DAILY VIDEO: The FCC limits local government's ability to restrict 5G deployment, and Alphabet's Chronicle security business launches VirusTotal Enterprise.
While this “data everywhere” philosophy is great for efficiency, it’s devastating to traditional security models because they fail to protect data, especially when both the user and the data are beyond the security perimeter.
In a series of reports and orders, the Federal Communications Commission has imposed strict deadlines, limited costs and placed restrictions on aesthetic limitations for small cell facilities.
Digital protection platform maker ZeroFOX helps eWEEK provide a look at the most prominent social media threats plaguing users today and ways to defend against each.
Technologies that are transforming data centers in other sectors are enabling television and video teams to produce, edit, finish and deliver clearer, crisper and more lifelike content faster and at lower cost.
With an increasing number of employees working from coffee shops, airports and home, and the cost of breaches increasing the security concerns created by perimeter-based VPNs, organizations are looking closer at alternatives such as SDPs, which use a zero-trust paradigm to overcome these issues.
VIDEO: Gee Rittenhouse, SVP and GM of Cisco's Security Business Unit, discusses how his company is extending cyber-security capabilities across all aspects of the business.
DAILY VIDEO: AT&T makes first mobile 5G millimeter wave data transfer, and Corelight expands its network security platform with Virtual Edition.
Voice UI is that big red “easy” button, as popularized by OfficeMax, and easy is always best. How are we going to handle the proliferation of chatbots, smart speakers and talking cars going forward?
Corelight raises new funding to help grow its network security framework, which is based on the open-source Bro project.
Telecom names additional 5G cities and announces Ericsson, Nokia, and Samsung as major 5G equipment suppliers.
The idea is to enable power to travel alongside existing power lines using AT&T Labs-created components, such as low-cost plastic antennas, a radio distributed antenna system (RDAS), mmWave surface wave launchers and inductive power devices.