A two year study has discovered 2040 malware-laden counterfeit apps in Android app store, Google Play.
The CEO-in-waiting of SAS, Oliver Schabenberger, has unveiled a strategy to help clients bring more automation to data science and AI efforts.
‘Turning Dreams into Reality’ read the big screen behind Takahito Tokita, Fujitsu’s soon-to-be president, at the company’s annual forum in Tokyo.
EY has launched its biggest cyber security facility in the Asia Pacific region, in Melbourne.
Kaspersky Lab’s dealings with ASUS after revealing the Taiwanese computer brand’s live software update tool was being used to install a malicious backdoor on its customer’s computers were marred by a language barrier, the timing of Lunar New Year and wrangling over a non-disclosure agreement, it has been revealed.
As the drummers in LED-studded military uniforms exit the stage at the opening ceremony of Kaspersky Lab's Singapore summit, on walks Eugene Kaspersky in a blue linen shirt, jeans and trainers, an SLR camera slung round his neck.
Microsoft president Brad Smith has called on the public not to “lose that sense of frustration” at technology companies in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack.
A recently launched website that ranks security researchers and conferences is already questioning its future following a backlash from those working in the field.
Amazon Web Services has, for the first time, hinted at its interest in offering quantum computing to customers.
Everyone from bedroom hackers to nation states is trying to hack Oracle, its chief executive officer Mark Hurd has told Computerworld.
In response to interest from CIOs about the technology, Gartner hosted eight sessions on blockchain at it's annual Symposium event on the Gold Coast.
"Blockchain in supply chain is a technology looking for a use case. I think the apps are Oracle’s attempt to create that use case."
Oracle unveils range of machine learning based updates to cloud enterprise resource management (ERP) and human capital management (HCM) suites.
Larry Ellison's opening keynote at Oracle's annual OpenWorld conference was littered with catchy soundbites as well as barbed criticisms of rival cloud providers, in particular AWS.
The release cadence of Oracle's applications had gotten users into a "vicious cycle" admitted the company's executive vice president of applications product development Steve Miranda today.