Feb 5th 2021
This Week in Enterprise Tech 429
Has Software Become Too Complex?
Hosted by Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, Curtis Franklin
Pega Systems and the world of "intelligent automation", Google settles gender and race discrimination charges
Records live every Friday at 4:30pm Eastern / 1:30pm Pacific / 20:30 UTC.
Guests: Don Schuerman
- FonixCrypter releases ransomware decryption key
- Google payout to bug hunters hits a new high
- The White House supports Artemis Program to go back to the Moon
- A company pays to get data back from ransomware, then gets hit again by the same ransomware
- Attackers continue to target iOS security
- Amazon starts using prototype electric trucks for deliveries
- New Chrome browser 0-day vulnerability is active in the wild
- The current state of cybersecurity job candidates, and how to improve training
- Google pays $3.8 million to settle federal gender and race discrimination charges
- Don Schuerman, CTO of Pegasystems talks about the complexity of software and services and how automation could help your organization
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- FonixCrypter ransomware gang releases master decryption key
- Google's Payout to Bug Hunters Hits New High
- White House says its supports Artemis Program to return to the Moon
- Ransomware: A company paid millions to get their data back, but forgot to do one thing. So the hackers came back again
- Attackers Continue to Nibble at Apple's iOS Security
- Amazon begins delivering packages with prototype electric trucks
- New Chrome Browser 0-day Under Active Attack—Update Immediately!
- Many Cybersecurity Job Candidates Are Subpar, While On-the-Job Training Falls Short
- Google settles federal gender and race discrimination charges for $3.8M