PayPal lures the masses to locate chinks in its armor after a recent cross-site scripting bug exposed a critical vulnerability in its website.
AR and VR being at their novice stage, it can be said that providers of these technologies themselves are in a fix as to how to go about building and selling such solutions.
Two major issues that IoT will face in 2016 and beyond, especially in India, are that with growing data flows challenges pertaining to security and more importantly privacy will emerge.
There's a lot of confusion as the FAA crafts its rules. here's what you need to know
Is the IT head alone responsible for a security breach? Jayanta Bhowmik, CTO, Apeejay Surrendra, talks about how the mind set of all organizations need to change in order to make every individual realize their responsibility of securing their company data.
In this roundup of tech news from ComputerWorld for the week 02 - 06 December, 2013, we talk about Amazon Drone, Twitter fake followers, Indian Smartphone market, Botnet and Google's Compute Engine.
In this roundup of tech news for the week 28 - 31 October, 2013 we talk about Infosys, Dell, cyber crime and enterprise cloud.
Day two of the trial between Oracle and Google is underway in San Francisco.
The UK government has said the panel decision is not binding on it
56% of political conservatives would buy a smart gun
Margrethe Vestager is on the lookout for antitrust issues arising from companies' use of big data -- but says it doesn't require special regulation
As society and the enterprise embrace disruptive technologies without knowing the legal tenets and ramifications, cases of cybercrime would increase, leading people to lose money and organizations to lose repute with money, says Prashant Mali, President at Cyber Law Consulting.
In today’s world people make up stuff to damage reputations for both individuals and companies, either because they are paid to or just because they are bad people. No matter the reasons, it can do an amazing amount of damage in this age of social media. Columnist Rob Enderle shares a resource to keep on hand, just in case.
Currently, the balance tips in favor of clever lawyering rather than promoting true innovation.