Bluecircuit

Army Paper Points to TSMC's China Challenge


The U.S should consider destroying TSMC to avoid war with China, state the authors of a U.S. Army War College paper, highlighting the enormous influence the chipmaker enjoys


Security3Shield

What's in Cloud Security? Illumio Looks to Evolve It


The definition of cloud security is getting squishy. Illumio tries to clear that up with CloudSecure

By: Andrew Braunberg
October 27, 2021
Moneycybersecurity

Why Forcepoint Acquired Bitglass


Long-time security player Forcepoint has acquired one of the few remaining independent cloud access security broker (CASB) vendors, Bitglass, to add more SASE to its portfolio

By: Andrew Braunberg
October 13, 2021
Multicloud2

Takeaways from VMworld's Multicloud Onslaught


VMware pumped up its multicloud strategy at VMworld. Will it pay off?

By: R. Scott Raynovich
October 07, 2021
Secureconnect2

Inside VMWorld’s 2021 Security Announcements


VMware's been busy integrating its many cybersecurity acquisitions as part of its intrinsic security strategy.

By: Andrew Braunberg
October 06, 2021
Hacker2

T-Mobile Breach is One of Many. Can it Be the Last?


Amid the ransomware pandemic, T-Mobile US has suffered its fifth data breach in four years. This one has affected over 47 million customers

By: Mary Jander
August 19, 2021
Bluelocksecure

Defining (and Redefining) Zero Trust


Microsoft and other vendors rightly declare that Zero Trust security is not a specific product or service, but a philosophy about how to work in a digital world

By: Andrew Braunberg
June 30, 2021
Security3Shield

Why Juniper’s SASE Move Makes Sense


Juniper's Security Director Cloud launch is designed to bridge the gap between traditional networking and security and SASE

By: R. Scott Raynovich
May 05, 2021
Edge Cloud Futuriom

Infiot Taps the Smart Edge with Microsoft Azure


Infiot partners with Microsoft Azure to deliver API integration, streaming workflows.

By: R. Scott Raynovich
February 23, 2021
Ibm Red Hat

Why Marketing Might be Key to IBM Fixes


IBM's tangled marketing language and confusing product lines might be one of challenges that can be fixed with the forthcoming breakup

By: Mary Jander
October 22, 2020