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Developers, IT or executives? Who has the responsibility for security?

According to a report by MongoDB, several European developers and IT professionals take full responsibility for the security of applications and projects.

Samsung and McAfee are expanding their user protection partnerships

McAfee has announced that it will continue its long-standing partnership with Samsung with the aim of enhancing the protection of consumer privacy ...

Play Store: Google works with security companies to detect malicious apps

We often hear about malicious apps in popular app stores. Cybercriminals often use this method to infect ...

Microsoft and OpenAI work together for a modern AI project

Yesterday, Microsoft and OpenAI company Elon Musk, Greg Brockman, Ilya Sutskever and Sam Altman announced that they would work together. Specifically, the ...

Research: Possible WikiLeaks collaboration with Iranian hackers

According to a new study by Virginia's ThreatConnect, a possible link between WikiLeaks and Iranian government hackers has been revealed. Clues show...

Developers are threatening Microsoft to stop working with ICE

US President Donald Trump's decision to split family members who cross the US border illegally has led to "arrest" ...

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Samsung Access: Samsung's new service for new Galaxy devices!

Samsung has launched a new subscription service for upgrades, starting with the Galaxy S20 series. The new service, named Samsung ...

Microsoft: The tools that will now be available to everyone!

Microsoft now has the "Virtual Assistant Accelerator" and "Bot Framework Composer" tools for its entire user base. Developers can ...

Sony: Cancel PS5 event due to Floyd case!

The event that Sony had planned for the PS5 on June 4 was postponed indefinitely, due to the deplorable situation that prevails ...

Cisco warns: These Nexus switches have been hit by a serious security flaw

Cisco has warned customers with Nexus switches running NX-OS software to install updates to address a serious flaw ...