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Imperva using AI to Fight Against AI

As companies start adopting new technologies to improve the operation and efficiency of their business models, they tend to introduce new cybersecurity threats into their systems. Cybersecurity manufacturer Imperva deals with supplying threat ...

FCC To Fine Wireless Carriers for Selling Location Information

The United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposed fines in excess of $200 million to be imposed on the four largest wireless carriers in the United States. The fines come as a response to a story from May 2018 uncovered by The ...

The Vatican Joins Technology Giants in Pursuit of Ethical Guidelines

The Vatican’s Academy for Life recently held a conference about the ethical integrity of the digital age. Some of the top representatives for major technological giants are joining the Vatican in pursuit of a system of ethics to guide ushering in ...

Electric Bus Maker Proterra to Supply Daimler’s Freightliner Unit

With the focus on automakers divided between lowering emissions and producing self-driving vehicles, public transport manufacturers have also had to adapt their buses to reduce emissions. Proterra, a bus manufacturer famous for its electric motors, ...

Blockchain-Based FinTech Loan System in the Works

One of the most impressive things about the blockchain is how it can be applied to modern-day financial technology, even when it's not part of a cryptocurrency. Alchemy Technologies, a leader in FinTech infrastructure development, has partnered ...

Light-Sensors Help Autonomous Street Cleaners Get Around

Everyone knows about RADAR, but fewer people have had any experience with LIDAR. Where RADAR uses radio waves to paint a picture of surroundings, LIDAR uses light, allowing for higher-quality resolution and potential construction of a 3D image of ...

Movie-Like Technology Allows Virtual Crime Scene Experience

The days of going to a crime scene and taking measurements by hand may be a thing of the past. New technology that has only ever been utilized on the big screen is making its debut in crime scene cases. The usage of virtual reality is becoming a ...

Waveform Technology Could Change Security Checkpoints

The way we move through security checkpoints may be changing in the future. This is thanks to a Largo-based company Xonar. Xonar has developed a security checkpoint system that may speed up the process of moving lines without compromising ...

Pathogen-Locating Nanosensors Coming Soon

With how far nanotechnology has advanced, it's almost unsurprising to see it being used in biotechnology. The latest of these applications is the development of nanosensors dedicated to hunting down disease-causing organisms within the human body. ...

Untangle Receives Award from Cyber Defense Magazine for Innovation

The Cyber Defense Magazine InfoSec Award Program is still in its youth. It has only been in existence for 8 years now, and this year, Untangle is their winner for “Most Innovative-Small to Medium Size Business-Cybersecurity”. Untangle is being ...

AVer Europe Releases New Classroom Control Box in the UK

Classroom engagement for students is a common issue regardless of where in the world the class is located. Within the UK, however, AVer Europe believes it has a solution to drive students into higher levels of interaction with the course matter. ...

Kennesaw State University Adding Master’s Degree for Cybersecurity in Fall of 2020

In the Fall of 2017, Kennesaw State University added a bachelor’s degree program for cybersecurity. Now, in the Fall of 2020, they are planning on adding a master’s degree program as well. The program will be open to all students who wish to ...

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