Sep 25th 2020
This Week in Enterprise Tech 412
How Solid Is Your Storage?
- Starlink can change the internet industry by lowering prices
- Malware attacks decline but become harder to detect
- Google and Apple taking steps to control targeted ads
- Justice Department expected to file antitrust action against Google
- Bluetooth security weaknesses pile up, while patching remains problematic
- Amazon sellers earn $100 million by bribing Amazon employees
- Some Google users experience service outages on Thursday
- Continuing the conversation about a patient dying after a ransomware attack on a hospital
- Getting over the security-to-business communication gap in DevSecOps
- Mark Noland, Technology Manager with Kingston talks about the latest and greatest in solid-state storage for the enterprise.
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- Competition and Pricing: How Starlink Could Change the Internet Industry
- Malware Attacks Declined But Became More Evasive in Q2
- Companies can track your phone’s movements to target ads
- Justice Dept. expected to file antitrust action vs. Google
- Bluetooth Security Weaknesses Pile Up, While Patching Remains Problematic
- $100,000 in bribes helped fraudulent Amazon sellers earn $100 million, DOJ says
- Patient dies after ransomware attack reroutes her to remote hospital
- Getting Over the Security-to-Business Communication Gap in DevSecOps