Month: November 2021

Adobe: US consumers spent $10.7 billion on Cyber Monday, $109.8 billion in November

Despite the decreased spending on Cyber Monday and Black Friday, spending throughout the month of November grew 12% compared to 2020. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Hewlett Packard Enterprise FYQ4 EPS tops expectations on jump in storage sales

HPE reiterated its full-year forecast for profit, cash flow and share buybacks, and a multi-year outlook for recurring revenue. …read more Source:: ZDNet

What’s the Difference Between SASE and SD-WAN?

While SD-WAN is a key part of a hybrid workplace and multicloud operation, it should be treated as a stepping stone to SASE, not an alternative. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Executive behind Facebook-backed Novi crypto wallet to leave company – CNET

David Marcus, who runs the company’s crypto project, wants to pursue other projects. …read more Source:: CNet

SpaceX’s Starlink Is Testing Internet Service for Aircraft

SpaceX’s Starlink unit is testing its space-based internet service with several aircraft and wants to offer in-flight connection to airlines “as soon as possible,” a company vice president said. From a report: Starlink is in talks with several airlines about offering in-flight broadband connections, Jonathan Hofeller, vice president of commercial sales, said Tuesday on a…

Two-Stage Dust Collector Recycles Blasting Media

A critical element of a good blasting cabinet setup is a vacuum system that can suck out the dust, blasting media, and bits of removed material faster than it collects inside the chamber. A cyclone separator can get the job done, but since it dumps all the waste from the cabinet into one bucket, it…

How Decryption of Network Traffic Can Improve Security

Most industry analyst firms conclude that between 80-90 percent of network traffic is encrypted today. Jeff Costlow, CISO at ExtraHop, explains why this might not be a good thing. …read more Source:: Threatpost

NASA Postpones Spacewalk Citing ‘Debris Notification’ for ISS

Nasa has postponed a planned spacewalk outside the International Space Station due to flying “debris,” two weeks after Russia blew up one of its own satellites in a missile test that created clouds of zooming shrapnel in orbit. From a report: Washington’s space agency did not mention the Russian test in its announcement, but a…

The last set of dumbbells you’ll ever need just dropped to their lowest price this year – CNET

There’s a shipping delay, but lock in your discount today. …read more Source:: CNet

Lloyd’s Carves Out Cyber-Insurance Exclusions for State-Sponsored Attacks

The insurer won’t pay for ‘acts of cyber-war’ or nation-state retaliation attacks.    …read more Source:: Threatpost