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As a Battery Ventures associate in 1999, I used to spend my nights highlighting actual magazines called Red Herring, InfoWorld and The Industry Standard, plus my personal favorites StorageWorld and Mass High Tech (because the other VC associates rarely scanned these).

Tackling fake brand Twitter | Kaspersky official blog

When having trouble with a product or service, where does the modern user turn? Most likely, social networks. Therefore, in addition to traditional technical support, many companies have a special team whose job it is to track public brand mentions (particularly on Twitter or Facebook). However, such mentions are of interest not only to the companies in question, but to scammers as well.

Security is the top priority for Amazon S3

Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) launched 15 years ago in March 2006, and became the first generally available service from Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS marked the fifteenth anniversary with AWS Pi Week—a week of in-depth streams and live events. During AWS Pi Week, AWS leaders and experts reviewed the history of AWS and Amazon S3, and some of the key decisions involved in building and evolving S3.

The Bucks-Hawks Series Could Come Down To One Area Of The Court

The proliferation of 3-pointers and the (alleged) death of the midrange game often dominate the NBA conversation this time of year. But there’s a small part of the court that might be just as important yet doesn’t get much attention: inside the paint but outside the restricted area. That very specific battleground could very well decide the 2021 Eastern Conference finals.

How Cyber Sleuths Cracked an ATM Shimmer Gang

In 2015, police departments worldwide started finding ATMs compromised with advanced new “shimming” devices made to steal data from chip card transactions. Authorities in the United States and abroad had seized many of these shimmers, but for years couldn’t decrypt the data on the devices. This is a story of ingenuity and happenstance, and how one former Secret Service agent helped crack a code that revealed the contours of a global organized crime ring.

CISO Jason Lee on Zoom’s response to its pandemic security challenges

Jason Lee joined Zoom in June 2020 to become the videoconferencing platform’s CISO. The company was midway through a 90-day security plan launched to address security and privacy issues exacerbated by Zoom’s meteoritic growth amid the COVID-19 pandemic and mass shift to remote working. Lee was tasked with overseeing strategies to drive the organization toward a cybersecurity and privacy posture more in scope with its rapidly advancing customer base, features offering and use requirements, all under increasing public scrutiny.