Day: November 4, 2021

Kyndryl spins out of IBM, stock starts trading on NYSE – and shares tumble

We’re sure everything will be OK, its revenues have only fallen 37 per cent in the past decade IBM has finally cut loose its multi-billion-dollar managed infrastructure business, renamed to Kyndryl, sending 90,000 staffers into a life that is less big and less blue.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

How Is Zero Trust Different From Traditional Security?

Unlike traditional security approaches, the zero-trust security model verifies a user’s identity each and every time they need specific system access. …read more Source:: DarkReading

US and 19 Other Countries Agree To Stop Funding Fossil Fuel Projects Abroad

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Gizmodo, written by climate reporter Brian Kahn: In a major announcement at United Nations climate talks on Thursday, 20 countries said they would stop funding fossil fuel development abroad and instead plow money into clean energy. The group of countries includes finance heavy-hitters like the U.S., UK, and…

API Security Issues Hinder Application Delivery

A new survey explains why nearly all organizations experience API security problems to varying degrees. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Ripping Off the Blindfold: Illuminating OT Environments

A security tool that monitors OT devices can’t disrupt operations. This is why the Self-Learning AI acts only on information obtained by passive monitoring of the network. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Costco’s early Black Friday deals: When and what’s on sale

Though not as early as other retailers, Costco has unveiled its catalog of Black Friday deals, effective November 18. …read more Source:: ZDNet

NortonLifeLock posts double-digit revenue growth in Q2

The antivirus vendor also reported its eighth consecutive quarter of sequential customer growth, with a direct customer count of 23.3 million. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Uber Q3 mobility unit recovers to 2019 levels, driver supply improves

Uber wrote down a $3.2 billion unrealized loss in Didi and revalued Zomato, Aurora and Joby stakes. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Oxford Scientists Find Gene That Doubles Risk of Dying From Covid-19

Scientists identified a specific gene that doubles the risk of respiratory failure from Covid-19 and may go some way to explaining why some ethnic groups are more susceptible to severe disease than others. From a report: Researchers from the University of Oxford found that a higher-risk version of the gene most likely prevents the cells…

Phishing Attack Blends Spoofed Amazon Order and Fraudulent Customer Service Agents

It’s the latest in a series of clever brand impersonation scams that use multiple vectors to lure victims. …read more Source:: DarkReading