Kathryn Cave

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Editor at IDG Connect

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SECURITY

An introduction to AI for security professionals

We interview one of the authors of Cylance’s AI for security professionals and offer the full book for download.

MOBILE SECURITY

How do mobile apps impact security in the Industrial IoT?

New research from IOActive looks at the rise in vulnerabilities of mobile apps which connect to SCADA systems – we catch up with Jason Larsen to learn more

CRYPTOCURRENCY

Q&A: What do you need to know to run an ICO?

We speak to the CEO of Chaineum, France’s first “ICO Boutique”

HUMAN RESOURCES

Q&A: How data analytics can identify toxic work environments

We speak to Dave Weisbeck from Visier, which uses employee data to discover (often negative) social trends in the workplace

TRENDS

B2B technology trends 2018: A bluffer’s guide

What you really need to know about the tech trends of 2018

TRENDS

IoT set to push computing to the edge in 2018

Security and a move to edge computing likely to dominate IoT trends in 2018

CONTAINERS

Q&A: How do good containers go bad?

Tim Mackey, technology evangelist at Black Duck Software talks security in containers

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