Security

Final march of the Penryns: Intel cuts Spectre fixes for some older chips

As a part of its ongoing efforts to patch its techniques towards the Meltdown and Spectre chip flaws, Intel...

Apr 5 · 1 min read >

Inquiry finds FBI sued Apple to unlock telephone with out contemplating all choices

The Office of the Inspector Common has issued its report on the circumstances surrounding the FBI’s 2016 lawsuit trying to...

Mar 28 · 3 min read >

FCC wants to stop spending on gear from companies that ‘pose a national security threat’

The U.S. maneuvers against China’s tech giants continue today with an official announcement from FCC Chairman Ajit Pai that...

Mar 26 · 1 min read >

Cloud security startup Zscaler opens at $27.50, a pop of 72% on Nasdaq, raising $192M in its IPO

The first big tech IPO of the year has opened with a bang. Zscaler, a security startup that confidentially...

Mar 16 · 1 min read >

Intel announces hardware fixes for Spectre and Meltdown on upcoming chips

When the Spectre and Meltdown bugs hit, it became clear that they wouldn’t be fixed with a few quick...

Mar 16 · 1 min read >

TypingDNA launches Chrome extension that verifies your identity based on typing

TypingDNA has a new approach to verifying your identity based on how you type. The startup, which is part...

Mar 15 · 1 min read >

Security researchers find flaws in AMD chips but raise eyebrows with rushed disclosure

A newly discovered set of vulnerabilities in AMD chips is making waves not because of the scale of the...

Mar 14 · 2 min read >

InfoSum’s first product touts decentralized big data insights

Nick Halstead’s new startup, InfoSum, is launching its first product today — moving one step closer to his founding...

Mar 9 · 14 min read >

Intelligo is using AI to make background checks relevant again

To realize that the background check industry needs an overhaul look no further than the backlog of 700,000 background...

Mar 6 · 1 min read >