The United States needs a Department of Cybersecurity

Ted Schlein Contributor Ted Schlein, a general partner at venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, focuses on early-stage technology companies in the enterprise software and infrastructure markets, including ventures within the networking and consumer security arenas.

To Fix Cybersecurity Law, Ask More Questions

When a company realizes that it may have been hacked, its first call often is not to outside forensics consultants, security firms or even to law enforcement. Too often, the company first must consult with its lawyers. Lots and lots of lawyers. And for good reason.

The Theory Of Intersectionality Can Make Cybersecurity Collaboration Real

Government outreach efforts often talk about collaboration and working together but usually in a vague, aspirational, kumbaya kind of way. However, for cybersecurity the need for collaboration is pragmatic and pressing. Read More

Department Of Homeland Security Highlights Privacy Concerns In Senate Cybersecurity Bill

And now for an update in the continuing saga of the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA), a controversial piece of legislation currently in the Senate that, to some, represents an important tool to bolster the sharing of threat data between the government and private entities,

The Hypocrisy of U.S. Cyber Policy

The breakneck growth in internet usage over the past two decades has forced policymakers to confront a host of challenges, from how to regulate the sharing economy to who owns the infrastructure behind the “tubes” themselves. While tempers have flared on a number of these issues,

How Silicon Valley And Washington Can Come Together

As technology permeates nearly every aspect of our lives, it has become an increasingly political topic. On one hand, Washington and Silicon Valley have seemingly never been closer with recent visits to the Valley by President Obama, new cybersecurity legislation,

How The Rules Of Cyber Engagement Have Changed

A series of recent breaches at United Airlines, Anthem and, most recently, Sabre Corp. and American Airlines are reportedly tied to state-sponsored cyber attackers. These attacks further highlight an important trend in the cybersecurity arena:

A History of Internet Spying, Part 2

How long have intelligence agencies been keeping tabs on the internet, and what role did these agencies play in creating the internet we use today? For the most part, these kinds of questions have been relegated to comments sections on random blogs and the occasional tweet from researchers.

Inside the rise and reign of supergiant venture capital rounds

There was a time not so long ago when nine-figure venture capital rounds weren’t a near-daily feature of tech business news.

Snapchat will shut down Snapcash, forfeiting to Venmo

Snapcash ended up as a way to pay adult performers for private content over Snapchat, not just a way to split bills with friends. But Snapchat will abandon the peer-to-peer payment space on August 30th.

Here are some of the movie and TV trailers to come out of San Diego Comic-Con 2018

Over the course of a weekend we got a glimpse at some of the coming seasons and movies for various sci-fi, superhero, and other types of highly-anticipated fan-favorite franchises from the San Diego Comic-Con this year. Here’s a quick selection of some of the ones shown over the weekend:

Trill Project aims to be a safe community for people to express their true selves

Trill Project, founded by three high school girls, recently launched out of private beta to help people safely express themselves online. For those unfamiliar with the word “trill,” it’s a combination of “true” and “real.” An investor described it to me as a positive Yik Yak .

The blockchain begins finding its way in the enterprise

The blockchain is in the middle of a major hype cycle at the moment, and that makes it hard for many people to take it seriously, but if you look at the core digital ledger technology, there is tremendous potential to change the way we think about trust in business. Yet these are still extremely […]

Information wants to be siloed

Data, they say, is the new oil, and open public data is the new commons. Give the people the facts, and they will use them to make informed decisions. Right? Except that’s not the bureaucratic instinct. Bureaucrats fear the free flow of information.

The quantum meltdown of encryption

Shlomi Dolev Contributor Shlomi Dolev is the Chair Professor and founder of the Computer Science department of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. He is the author of Self-Stabilization. Shlomi also is a cybersecurity entrepreneur and the co-founder and chief scientist of Secret Double Octopus.

Mixcloud, the audio streaming platform for long-form content, raises $11.5M from WndrCo

Mixcloud, the London startup that offers an audio streaming platform designed for long-form content, has closed its first-ever funding round, TechCrunch has learned. According to a regulatory filing and since confirmed by co-founder Nico Perez, the ten-year old company has raised approximately $11.

Kolide raises $8M to turn application and device management into a smart database

More devices are coming onto the Internet every single day, and that’s especially true within organizations that have a fleet of devices with access to sensitive data — which means there are even more holes for potential security breaches. That’s the goal of Kolide.

Car-sharing startup Turo raises additional $12 million

Peer-to-peer car-sharing marketplace Turo has officially closed a $104 million Series D round. This comes following a $12 million investment from Sumitomo Corporation and American Express Ventures, on top of a $92 million raise earlier this year.

Louis Suarez-Potts Talks About Making Money with FOSS (Video)

Louis Suarez-Potts has been community manager for OpenOffice since it was sponsored by Sun Microsystems. He's still working with OpenOffice now that it's under the Apache Foundation umbrella. He also has a business going, along with several other long-time Free and Open Source boosters,

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苹果股东起诉乔布斯和库克 称其管理不善

威锋网讯 以苹果、谷歌、英特尔、Adobe 这四大巨头为首的硅谷科技公司遭到硅谷工程师们的集体诉讼,声称他们私底下串通好不雇佣对方公司的员工,以达到压低薪水的目的。



开发文档显示Windows 10 for Phone将可以支持扩展坞

最近在深圳WinHEC大会期间微软也开放了Windows 10的相关硬件开发文档,其中关于扩展坞的文档显示Windows 10的手机设备也将支持连接至扩展坞。文档在讲到扩展坞生产设计需要考虑的特性时提到:考虑支持手机、平板和笔记本。

Zynga CEO 辞职 创始人平卡斯重掌大权

社交游戏开发商 Zynga 昨日宣布,公司首席执行官,前微软互动娱乐业务总裁 Don Mattrick 将从公司离职,公司创始人 Mark Pincus 将重新担任首席执行官一职。


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希捷东芝西数推出 Kinetic 开放存储平台

两年前,希捷公司 展示 了一项硬盘 新技术 ,可以让应用直接通过以太网连接 一部分硬盘 ,以键值对形式在硬盘上存储对象。这可以减少传统文件系统和文件服务器的开销,让厂商在服务器上安装更多硬盘。

再遭打压? iPod已经被调整到零售店货架上

威锋网讯,根据最新的报道指出,苹果正计划对 Apple Store 进行又一次的整改,他们计划将 iPod 放置到货架上,并抛弃产品旁边用于显示价格的 iPad。根据几位苹果零售店的经理指出,这些改变今天起就会在美国开始执行。  

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