Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb iboss Wins Mobile Security Award and CISO/CSO of the Year at the 2019 Computing Security Excellence Awards 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Computing Recognizes iboss for Security Excellence in Mobile Security and Awards iboss CEO Paul Martini CISO/CSO of the Year BOSTON (PRWEB) November 22, 2019 Today Computing announced iboss as the award recipient for the Mobile Security Award and recognized Paul Martini, iboss CEO and CTO, as CISO/CSO of the Year at the 2019 Security Excellence Awards. Computing is the UK’s leading business technology publication that recognizes IT leaders through various award programs throughout the year. The Security Excellence Awards reveal the industry's … [Read more...] about iboss Wins Mobile Security Award and CISO/CSO of the Year at the 2019 Computing Security Excellence Awards
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(Reuters) - U.S. Army cadets were this week instructed not to use China-owned social media app TikTok while representing the military, an Army spokeswoman said on Friday, amid concerns over the app’s handling of user data. FILE PHOTO: A person holds a smartphone with Tik Tok logo displayed in this picture illustration taken November 7, 2019. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo The directive comes after Chuck Schumer, the top Democrat in the U.S. Senate, urged the Army to review potential risks in its use of the popular video app for recruiting American teenagers. On Thursday, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said the Army was undertaking a security assessment of the app, which is owned by tech giant Beijing ByteDance Technology Co. The U.S. Army Cadet Command, which issued the order, oversees the Reserve Officers Training Corp, ROTC, and Junior ROTC, to train university and high school students for the military. The guidance from cadet command was issued in order to … [Read more...] about U.S. Army cadets told not to use TikTok in uniform
UNARGUABLY, the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Yusufu Buratai is one of Nigeria’s finest breed of soldier. On and off the field, the diligent soldier from Buratai village in Biu Local Government Area of Borno State has distinguished himself for all to see regardless of the futile attempts of his egocentric critics to laboriously find fault in the laudable works being done by the Nigerian Army under his leadership. While not judging the self-appointed critics of General Buratai, it is, however, instructive to know that many Nigerians, especially those whose professionalism and patriotism of the Nigerian Army has positively rubbed on, would have nothing to say about the leadership of Buratai. Appointed on July 13, 2015, by President Muhammadu Buhari to salvage a severe and precarious situation the government inherited, security-wise, Buratai has been in office for 45 months, and under any standard of assessment, as relating to the situation the government inherited and … [Read more...] about Buratai : Building a reputable Army of hope
The U.S. Army will examine whether Chinese social media platform TikTok is a security threat and ban its cadets from using the app while in uniform. On Thursday, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said the Army's investigation will fully assess the ties between TiKTok and the Chinese government, particularly in regard to its policy with data sharing. The inquiry is being launched in response to a letter sent by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. 'National security experts have raised concerns about TikTok´s collection and handling of user data, including user content and communications, IP addresses, location-related data, metadata, and other sensitive personal information,' Schumer wrote in a Nov. 7 letter to McCarthy. Skeptical lawmakers in the US are turning to Chinese social media app TikTok with questions about potential security threats In the interim, Army cadets will no longer be able to use the app while in uniform according to a report from Task&Purpose. An … [Read more...] about US Army opens investigation into Chinese social media app TikTok after using it to recruit soldiers and BANS Cadets from using it while in uniform
Artificial intelligence can identify illnesses as accurately as trained doctors, a major review has claimed. Research shows AI can spot a host of conditions - ranging from cancer to rare eye diseases - with the same precision as medical professionals. The computer programs uses 'deep learning' to train itself to spot diseases by analysing thousands of medical images. It draws on data from past health records to spot similarities in conditions and make an accurate diagnosis without human assistance. An AI doctor can identify illnesses as accurately as trained humans, a major review has claimed (file image) Doctors who led the review claimed AI has 'enormous potential' for improving the speed and accuracy of diagnosing conditions. Researchers analysed 14 trials which compared diagnoses made by AI and that of doctors between January 2012 and June 2019. Results revealed the deep learning AI correctly detected disease … [Read more...] about Artificial intelligence is just as accurate as trained DOCTORS at spotting illnesses from cancer to rare eye conditions
They will never sit on your desk, and they will most certainly never fit in your pocket. Today, they’re fragile, and need to be kept at temperatures close to absolute zero. Quantum computers aren’t much like the desktop PCs we’re all so familiar with—they’re a whole new kind of machine, capable of calculations so complex, it’s like upgrading from black-and-white to a full color spectrum. Lately, you’ve been hearing a lot about quantum computing. There are news stories about how it “could change the world” and “open new dimensions.” Universities are hyping up their quantum microchip prototypes, demonstrations of quantum mechanical ideas in silicon, and other devices and theories. But come on, how does it work? What does it do? Who’s doing it? And, most importantly, why should you care? Despite what you’ve heard, right now, quantum computing is more or less in the era that classical computing was in the … [Read more...] about What the Hell Is a Quantum Computer and How Excited Should I Be?