This Week in Enterprise Tech

Jan 10th 2020

This Week in Enterprise Tech 375

Kari's Law Is Changing 911

SNAKE ransomware, nearly invincible lithium-ion batteries, does low-code mean low security?
Records live every Friday at 4:30pm Eastern / 1:30pm Pacific / 21:30 UTC.
Guests: Thomas Ginter
Category: News
  • SNAKE ransomware is the next threat targeting business networks
  • Homomorphic encryption could change security - and a Brazilian bank is showing how it's done.
  • Judge backs Reveal's suit to end secrecy around Silicon Valley's diversity
  • Will Google buy Salesforce?
  • AWS issues 'Urgent warning for database users to update certs
  • NYC broadband plan calls for fiber everywhere, with ISPs sharing network
  • Scientists made a nearly invincible Lithium-Ion Battery
  • AT&T vs. the FCC for upload speeds
  • Does Low-code or no-code development mean less security?
  • Kari's Law goes into effect on February 16th and requires multi-line telephone systems to provide direct dialing of 911, Thomas Ginter, Solution Engineer from Bandwidth talks about what this means for VoIP systems.

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