TechTarget News - Week of Dec 04, 2022

Stakeholders want more than AI Bill of Rights guidance

While organizations like The Brookings Institution applaud the White House's Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights, they also want to know when enforceable AI rules will be coming.

Cisco teases new capabilities with SD-WAN update

Cisco SD-WAN 17.10 enhancements give enterprises the option of using security service edge providers Cloudflare and Netskope in secure access service edge deployments.

MegaRAC flaws, IP leak impact multiple server brands

MegaRAC BMC software from American Megatrends, Inc. have a trio of serious security vulnerabilities that were discovered following an intellectual property leak.

Legacy IT magnifies cyber risk for Defra, says NAO

Some 30% of Defra’s applications are currently unsupported, magnifying cyber risk as the government department struggles to make progress on a digital transformation programme

MSPs report user cloud shift is rising

Research from Kaseya quizzing managed service providers has shone a light on the accelerated movement of workloads to the cloud

Logicalis CEO: Sustainability is non-negotiable

The future of the planet is uncertain, but more efforts are being made across the channel to ensure the IT industry is taking positive steps to improve the situation

EU fails to protect human rights in surveillance tech transfers

Transfers of surveillance technology from the European Union to African governments are carried out without due regard for the human rights impacts, the European Ombudsman has found after a year-long investigation into the European Commission’s management of an aid fund

Don’t become an unwitting tool in Russia’s cyber war

Researchers have turned up evidence that enterprise networks are being co-opted by Russian threat actors to launch attacks against targets in Ukraine. How can you avoid becoming an unwitting tool in a state-backed attack?

Education sector hit by Hive ransomware in November

The education sector remained a popular target last month, particularly from Hive, a ransomware-a-as-a-service group, that even warranted a government alert in late November.

Reynolds runs its first cloud test in manufacturing

The maker of popular household brands will decide whether an IoT system from DXC Technology will help reduce natural gas use in Reynolds' manufacturing operations.

How HashiCorp is driving cloud provisioning and management

HashiCorp CEO Dave McJannet talks up how the company is supporting cloud provisioning in a hybrid environment and its investments in Asia-Pacific to capitalise on the region’s growth potential

Cohesity doubles down on cyber-defence failings via backup

Datahawk service and Data Security Alliance bring clean data restores, ransomware artefact detection, data vaulting and data audit for a clearer understanding of attack impact

Vodafone CEO Nick Read steps down

As telco operator battles with delivering shareholder value, it has decided it needs a new CEO

How Bosch is driving Industry 4.0 in India

Bosch India is leveraging advanced analytics and artificial intelligence to detect manufacturing defects and plans to tap quantum computing for material simulation

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