Cybersecurity News Headlines Update on June 12, 2021

JBS Paid $11M Ransom to Prevent Attackers from Leaking Stolen Data Meat processing company JBS USA acknowledged that it paid $11 million to ransomware operators following an attack late last month. In a media statement, JBS says that most of its facilities were up and running when they paid the ransom, and that the decision …

Adopting Creative Automation To Plug The Content Gap

Automation frees up time and gives space for marketers to work on more challenging and creative work. It is known. Programmatic ad buying, email distribution, scheduled social posting — these are all applications of automation for marketing. Automation has come to just about every marketing function except creative. But creatives and designers need automation too. …

Internet of Things News Headlines Update on May 30, 2021

OQ Technology set to launch the first IoT commercial satellite OQ Technology will be launching next month its first commercial satellite to a sun-synchronous orbit via a launch agreement with Spaceflight. The smallsat will lift off on the SpaceX Transporter-2 mission, scheduled to launch no earlier than June 2021. Spaceflight is managing the procurement, mission …

The Shape of the Edge: Small Data Centers or Big data Waypoints?

Edge computing seemed to be just over the horizon. Yet over the past two years, it appears to have stayed there. What is an edge data center, really? This article is the product of asking several dozen sources to define “the edge” using quantities people who manage data centers understand. If data and workloads are, …

How Secure is Remote Online Notarization (RON)?

The pandemic and current world trends have pushed people to online payments, as they are convenient. However, this convenience has opened an assortment of problems, as hackers are increasingly taking advantage of weaknesses in the payment systems to have a share of what belongs to others. Notaries are a line of defense for such actions, …