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UPDATE: With the publication this week of Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes' New York Times article on this topic, eWEEK is re-publishing this Feb. 1 column by longtime Contributing Editor Wayne Rash, which predated Hughes' article by more than two months.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Ordr’s Systems Control Engine uses artificial intelligence to help companies manage and secure IoT deployments.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: Thanks to Idaptive's one-click solution, Rémy Cointreau can now onboard new employees or revoke access to former employees. This makes hiring, role transitions and departures easier for both HR and IT.
NEWS ANALYSIS: At the opening of its new San Jose, Calif. headquarters HPE showed off advances in security, big data and artificial intelligence as well as a new approach to wooing big corporate customers.
At DockerCon 19, the CEO of Docker provides some clarity on a breach that impacted his company, as it prepares to move forward with new application development and cloud native technology efforts.
The Security Policy Advisor is designed to help reduce the complexity of creating and managing security policies for Office 365.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The head of the FBI’s white-collar crime division tells eWEEK that there’s a lot businesses can do to insulate themselves from cyber-criminals.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The 2019 Trustwave Global Security Report identifies several positive trends for that state of cyber-security, even as attackers continue to evolve and some areas of cyber-security are getting worse.
TREND ANALYSIS: Why AI may be the ultimate replacement for password security.
The same core vulnerability that enabled the WannaCry ransomware attack in 2017 is still being used by attackers looking to exploit vulnerable systems, according to Symantec.