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EMEA far behind other regions in willingness to adopt automation

EMEA far behind other regions in willingness to adopt automation

The extent to which organisations have deployed automation in workflows and processes for management of rules and security policy. Source: Osterman Research Although companies are using more automation in their approach to cybersecurity, they are still limited by the evolving technology and their geographic location, shows a new study by …

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Critical Windows zero-day security flaw revealed anonymously on Twitter

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A security researcher disgruntled with dealing with Microsoft’s bug-reporting process has instead exposed a critical Windows zero-day security flaw on Twitter. The vulnerability, a local privilege escalation flaw, was revealed by the researcher on Twitter alongside a proof of concept exploit under an account name of SandboxEscaper. The individual claimed …

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Far East will lead connections

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5G is the latest networking technology for connected devices, promising speeds up to 100 times faster than 4G, and 10 times faster than home broadband. It’s not all about speed, though: a more ubiquitous and responsive (between 1ms and 10ms, compared to 4G’s 40-60ms) network are also planned, enabling connected …

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Robust Home Theater Laptops : Huawei MateBook D

Robust Home Theater Laptops : Huawei MateBook D

The Huawei MateBook D Laptop Produces Exceptional Audio and Images The increased shift towards mobile solutions has consumers seeking out simplified yet immersive methods to enjoy their favorite content from anywhere, which is being acknowledged with new solutions like the Huawei MateBook D laptop. Featuring an 8th generation Intel Core …

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