As usual, CES 2021 kicked off the New Year with a dazzling display of new technology. Here’s a rundown of the best of the best from the event.
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Samsung got a head start on the New Year with its Galaxy Unpacked event where it unveiled the Galaxy S21 line of smartphones.
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Backed by some of the biggest names in tech, the Institute for Security and Technology (IST) has formed a ransomware task force with ambitious goals.
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Japan-based aircraft manufacturer Kawasaki Heavy Industries Aerospace is the latest company that finds itself dealing with a data breach.
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Citrix says a DDoS attack affects only a “small number of customers,” but it is taking the issue very seriously and has offered a way to mitigate it.
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A severe vulnerability in the popular WordPress Contact Form 7 plugin has been identified and patched. Now it’s up to users to install the patch.
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Setting up remote workstations during the coronavirus crisis so employees can work from home is not easy. These free remote work tools can help.
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Researchers at the Czech cybersecurity company Avast are warning Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge users about malware-infected extensions.
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The lone hacker behind the 2018 healthcare.gov breach has learned don’t do the crime if you can’t spend the time — in prison, that is.
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