Protecting Sovereignty of U.S. Telecommunications Backbone

The Cipher Brief

telecommunications backbone. deficit in the marketplace for high-end telecommunications integration. economic prosperity but also to national security, which depends on telecommunication to serve as the “nervous system” for controlling critical infrastructure and military defensive systems. Telecommunications Backbone appeared first on The Cipher Brief.

Digital + Water = Operational Transformation

Beyond B2B

IoT telecommunicationsWater management may not be one of your typical “top ten” conservation topics around the dinner table, but it should be.

Keeping Millions of Customers Happy with Data Virtualization

Data Virtualization

If telecommunications subscribers are not happy with their providers, they can easily switch. Get is a Norwegian telecommunications. Ideas Real Cases Cloud Data Analysis Data Catalog Data integration data virtualization Denodo Platform Telecommunications

5G: Is it Hype? …Or Crucial for IoT?

Beyond B2B

telecommunications cumulocity IotG iven the media messages around 5G, it looks like it is the most important upcoming technology ever.

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Using Technology to Save Water

Beyond B2B

IoT telecommunications cumulocity IotOver 2 billion people live without safe water at home. Water shortages impact every aspect of life – health, commerce, the economy, education – making conservation and management a top priority globally.

Celebrating 50 Years Bold!

Beyond B2B

Digital Transformation Integration & APIs Alfabet IoT Advanced_Analytics_Decisions aris banking manufacturing adanat telecommunications insurance energy and utilities SanjayI am proud to be a part of the Software AG family to celebrate this incredible milestone.

Communication service providers must transform support systems to realize 5G’s true potential

DXC

Mobility Networks Technology, Media & Entertainment, Telecommunications 5G CSPs TelecomUntil now, each transition to the next generation of wireless networks, most recently 3G to 4G, has been incremental and relatively seamless. But the jump from 4G networks to 5G is expected to be monumental and fundamentally disruptive. 5G is more than just a faster, lower-latency version of 4G; it represents the first generation wireless […].

How UCaaS can help you cope with the ISDN switch off

DXC

Australia and New Zealand Networks Technology, Media & Entertainment, Telecommunications Uncategorized unified communicationsVoice networks around the world are transitioning from traditional analogue and ISDN lines to voice calls over the internet.

Les jours du smartphone sont comptés

DXC

Mobility Technology, Media & Entertainment, TelecommunicationsLes jours du smartphone sont comptés. La saturation du marché, l’absence ces derniers temps d’innovation significative et la banalisation des produits (provoquant la baisse des prix et des marges) en sont les raisons.

The internet will always be there for you. Or not.

DXC

Networks Public Sector Smart Cities Technology, Media & Entertainment, Telecommunications broadband internetDigital transformation as we know it would be impossible without the internet. This global network of connected computers and devices enables us to access information, resources, and services, to transact business, to communicate and collaborate in real time from anywhere in the world, to entertain and educate ourselves, and more. Without the internet, everyone would […].

How Do Allies Tackle 5G When They Don’t See Eye to Eye?

The Cipher Brief

companies including Google, Intel, Qualcomm and others are limiting business with Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei after the White House issued an Executive Order last week aimed at tightening security on the supply chain for information and communications technology. Uncategorized 5G British China executive order Five Eyes GCHQ Huawei national security telecommunications UKA number of U.S.

How CIOs Can Avoid Being Fired

The Accidental Successful CIO

It can also include taking care of the company’s telecommunications network. Career business units computing facilities data centers delegated fired IT resources management telecommunications networkIn order to hold on to their jobs, CIOs need to know how to not get fired.

How will 5G change patient engagement?

DXC

Many other telecommunications trends have been evolutionary, but I sense that 5G is seen by many as revolutionary. Few things have fueled the hype curve more in recent years than the coming widespread availability of 5G transmission speeds on mobile devices. The healthcare industry could be a major beneficiary of this extra speed, given the […]. Healthcare IoT Networks Uncategorized 5G

Freedom Mobile data breach impacts thousands of customers

CTOvision

Freedom Mobile, a major Canadian telecommunications provider, has revealed a data breach which may have exposed sensitive information belonging to thousands of customers. On Tuesday, cybersecurity researchers Noam Rotem and Ran Locar from vpnMentor said they were able to access a database belonging to Canada’s fourth-largest telco, which was “totally unprotected and unencrypted.” ” The database contained […]. Cyber Security News

IT firms, telcos among dozens hacked in new info-stealing malware attack

CTOvision

A cyber espionage group is deploying a new type of trojan malware against telecommunications, information technology, and government organisations. Dubbed Seedworm, the group has been operating since at least 2017, and although it predominantly looks to infiltrate organisations in the Middle East, organisations based in Europe and North America have also been targets. The hacking operation — […].

New Evidence of Hacked Supermicro Hardware Found in U.S. Telecom

CTOvision

telecommunications company discovered manipulated hardware from Super Micro Computer Inc. A major U.S. in its network and removed it in August, fresh evidence of tampering in China of critical technology components bound for the U.S., according to a security expert working for the telecom company. The security expert, Yossi Appleboum, provided documents, analysis and other evidence […]. CTO Cyber Security News

What is a Data Scientist and How to Become One?

Coding Dojo

The Technology Sector, Telecommunications, Financial Services, Health Industry, Automotive, and Retail are some of the industries that require the skills … Read more >>. The post What is a Data Scientist and How to Become One? appeared first on Coding Dojo Blog.

DISA collapsing wired networks, expanding wireless, Coasties don't.

CTOvision

According to a recent DHS audit, the Coast Guard is sitting on over 5,000 laptops in Coast Guard Telecommunications NSA Here are the top cyber news and stories of the day. Coasties don't want expensive TISCOM laptops ?

Arriving at the Edge with OpenStack

The New Stack

” Sandro Mazziota , director of product management with Red Hat, went on to explain that the edge use case for telecommunications companies goes even further than providing a physically remote location for compute and remote management of that service. Red Hat sponsored this story.

Register for Our Webinar: How to Minimize Legal Risk When Texting Customers

Zipwhip

Zipwhip’s CTO James Lapic and Steve Augustino, a partner at Kelley Drye with deep expertise in telecommunication law, will show you why it’s important to understand TCPA compliance and how to avoid potential legal risk when texting your customers.

Leading in Privacy

Coalfire

The event was attended by notable leaders in the industry and government: The Departments of Transportation and Commerce, the Information Technology Industry Council, Intel, Citrix, National Telecommunications, and various other notable public and private-sector leaders in the industry.

Why the Edge Is Open

The New Stack

Startups and less entrenched companies have been unable to deploy applications to edge locations owned and operated by telecommunication operators. Packet sponsored this post. John Studarus.

Boundless: Commercial open source geospatial software

CTOvision

Boundless’ global customer base uses the OpenGeo Suite, a complete open source geospatial web services stack, to deploy solutions for web mapping, transportation, telecommunications, open government, and a diverse range of other solutions.

Robert Flores Named Vice President of IT

Coalfire

Flores has a proven track record of driving strategy for high-growth IT companies while managing billion-dollar global programs and teams across the telecommunications, professional services and SaaS sectors in the United States and abroad Coalfire welcomes Robert Flores as the newest addition to the cybersecurity risk management and compliance service leader’s leadership team as its Vice President of Information Technology.

Cloudera Named a Fastest Growing Company by Deloitte for Fourth Year

Cloudera

This annual ranking showcases the growth of companies in the technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences, and energy tech sectors.

Google Fiber Is A Game-Changer, But Now Comes Free Google Wi-Fi

CTOvision

The service – an abomination to Internet service providers and a freebie for residents – already disrupts telecommunications in its three cities, and Google plans to things a step further. If Google Fiber eventually extended enough to provide Internet to a sizeable proportion of Americans, the service could present problems to telecommunications companies that provide cell phones. By ShannonPerry. Google Fiber will likely revamp how the United States accesses the Internet.

Moving Beyond Cloud Computing to Edge Computing

CableLabs

Computing data closer to the edge of the cellular network enables real-time analysis for providing time-sensitive response—essential across many industry sectors, including health care, telecommunications, finance and so on.

For critical systems, “just patch it” is a paradox

The Parallax

Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration, who says patches are important, complicated, and largely misunderstood. “We SAN FRANCISCO—Security patches don’t often come wearing gold-sequined tuxedo jackets, but maybe they should.

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OilRig Data Analysis Shows Breadth of Hacking Campaign

Palo Alto Networks

That review found that the group had obtained nearly 13,000 stolen credentials as it targeted 18 industries – including government, technology, telecommunications and transportation. Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 threat research team has determined that the OilRig hacking group’s activities are more widespread than previously understood, compromising at least 97 organizations in 27 countries, including China.

Darktrace: Enterprise Immune System technology

CTOvision

Some of the world’s largest organizations rely on Darktrace’s adaptive, self-learning platform to spot anomalous activity within the enterprise, in sectors including energy and utilities, financial services, telecommunications, retail and transportation.

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For March 8th, 2019

High Scalability

There was already a telecommunication network, which became the backbone of the internet. Wake up! It's HighScalability time: A highly simplified diagram of serverless. ( @jbesw ). Do you like this sort of Stuff? I'd greatly appreciate your support on Patreon. Know anyone who needs cloud?

Visual Model Interpretability for Telco Churn in Cloudera Data Science Workbench

Cloudera Engineering

Any similarity to any specific telecommunications company is purely coincidental. . Although we use the example of a telecommunications company the following applies to every organization with customers or voluntary stakeholders. . Disclaimer: the scenario below is hypothetical.

Primer: Why Google is pushing HTTPS

The Parallax

The FCC in 2016 fined the telecommunications company $1.35 Leading sites hosting services or content as broad as fantasy football, Doctor Who , and search in China have this in common: Google Chrome now marks them as unsafe to visit.

MIT’s Deep Neural Network Reconstructs Faces Using Only Voice Audio

The New Stack

” Ultimately, such technology would be useful in a variety of situations, such as in telecommunications, where a reconstructed image or caricatured avatar of the person speaking might appear on the receiving cellular device, or in video-conferencing scenarios.

DNS Is an Easy Target for Attackers: Here’s What You Can Do

The New Stack

In January, FireEye published research identifying a global DNS hijacking campaign “that has affected dozens of domains belonging to government, telecommunications and internet infrastructure entities across the Middle East and North Africa, Europe and North America.” NS1 sponsored this post.