Digital Security: Detection & Response In The Spotlight Again As Russia – Ukraine Tensions Mount

Before a potential invasion, Russia has reportedly sought to destabilize Ukraine on the cyber front in recent weeks as hackers attacked and placed destructive malware inside tens of Ukrainian government agencies. This prompted the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to warn critical infrastructure operators against possible cyber threats to US assets, reminding that two major cyberattacks…

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Food Revolution: Self-Driving Tech Makes Its Debut In Agriculture

Agriculture machinery makers put a lot of efforts last year in developing their digital capabilities and autonomous driving technology, as illustrated notably by CNH’s takeover of Raven Industries for $2.1 billion and Deere’s purchase for $250 million of Bear Flag Robotics. These initiatives seem to be bearing fruit as Deere unveiled last week, during the Consumer Electronics Show…

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Digital Security: Log4Shell Vulnerability To Sustain Demand For Detection And Response Solutions

Many cyber-attacks and security breaches made the headlines last year (SolarWinds, Kaseya…). But that was almost nothing compared to the Log4Shell vulnerability present in the Java open-source Apache logging library Log4J that was revealed in early December and sparked a coordinated response from several US agencies (NSA, FBI, CISA…). This dismay is not disproportionate as…

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Metaverse: The Third Generation Of The Web

If Facebook’s long-term strategy was not yet clear enough for everyone, its recent name change to Meta unambiguously states the company’s objective to be a major actor in the buildout of Internet’s upcoming (r)evolution, which premises are already starting to be visible through different angles. From the gaming industry’s perspective, the Web’s next iteration will…

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