Category Archives: Big Data

Google closer to paying multi-billion-dollar Java API copyright settlement

Technology giant Google and its parent company, Alphabet, Inc. could soon be poised to pay billions of dollars in damages related to its use of Java programming code and a resulting copyright dispute with Oracle Corporation.

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Why patching vulnerable Java architecture is not enough

Java’s structural flaws have been openly laid bare on multiple occasions. Ineffective patching is typically the root cause of large-scale Java breaches such as these but what if mending porous code is not enough?

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Security issues continue to surround open source development

Considerable vulnerabilities still exist in the arena of open source software. 

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New facts emerge regarding CBP data breach

The data breach that caused CBP border checkpoints to reveal photos of individuals crossing the U.S.-Canada border turned out to be more serious than what was initially reported. 

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June marked by private- and public-sector data breaches

Some high-profile data breaches occurred in the first few weeks of June. 

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The complex, ongoing conundrum of Java

Determining whether or not to use Java can be difficult for some organizations, given the continued debates over its risk or lack thereof. 

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Ensuring a smooth, seamless digital transformation initiative

If you’re at all hesitant about joining the rising tide of firms that have implemented digital transformation and legacy modernization measures, you don’t need to be.

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Data security is a hole that can be filled in 2019

2018 may be consigned to the record books but the omnipresent specter of data security breaches is unlikely to diminish in the new year.

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Report reveals problematic Java development strategies

Java Magazine and Synk released a report in October 2018 that revealed some of the foundational issues that make Java such an unreliable digital dialect.

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Leveraging Data Collection Devices for Remote Health Care

Health care organizations will have to reconcile the ease of use and high value of data collection devices for remotely delivered health care with the cost of upgrading systems to protect patient information and comply with government regulations.

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