Quantum computing threatens to break apart the modus operandi of the tech industry, something Hubert Yoshida, CTO of Hitachi Vantara is aware of.
Thales is investing in a large ecosystem of partners to work on quantum-resistant cryptography: without it, legacy cryptography could be broken overnight.
Chronicle - the 'moonshot' or experimental spinout that would become an independent security company - will be folded into Google Cloud.
The first phase of an analytics visualisation effort that pulls in Stansted Airport's data feeds, could provide a blueprint to market to other transport hubs.
Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst discusses what he can regarding the IBM-Red Hat acquisition, which has just been approved by the US Department of Justice.
A "low and slow" approach to financially driven cyber attacks has overtaken ransomware as the chief attack vector for criminals seeking to extort money.
Microsoft has announced an AI-powered security solution called Sentinel that is designed to integrate with the Azure public cloud platform.
Tech giant addressed Donald Trump, 5G security concerns and how discussions with Britain's GCHQ led to a near total rewrite of its software.
Chinese technology giant Huawei has said that it welcomes the scrutiny that it has experienced over the past couple of years.
Google has become the first of the Silicon Valley technology giants to be landed with a fine under the General Data Protection Regulation.
Before Ron Snyder joined Cisco's 'Tactical Operations' unit he was in the US Navy, offering experience working in adverse and high-pressure conditions.
With the cyber security industrial complex in full swing for 2019, Computerworld wonders what horrors this dystopian hell world will spew forth next.
Following a busy year for open source, expect more acquisitions, more adoption, and the foundational groundwork for a truly open infrastructure.
Steve Singh outlined the growing enterprise business case for the container specialist and his expectations for the future of open infrastructure.
Docker and Microsoft are making a joint bid for what they hope will be a "universal standard" to significantly simplify distributed computing.