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DHS’s CERT unit doubles down on warnings regarding Java-based remote access malware

Homeland Security’s Computer Emergency Readiness Team confirmed – and reinforced – the dangers of Java-based malware. 

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Java reasserts dominance over competing languages in developer survey – but can it last?

Java continues to do battle with JavaScript, C and especially Python for dominance in the programming language market. 

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New Java security issues emerge

Two new Java-related cybersecurity threats have recently surfaced. 

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Don’t pursue digital transformation for the wrong reasons

It’s important to embark on your journey to digital transformation for the right reason. 

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Java just turned 25 – and continues to encounter major roadblocks

Despite its long history and widespread usage, Java still comes with a prohibitively large share of risk – including newly recognized vulnerabilities. 

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The resurgence of C as competition for Java

In May 2020, C surged to the No. 1 spot on the prominent TIOBE index – notably, ahead of Java – for the first time since 2015.  

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Successful digital transformation in the face of uncertainty

Engaging in a successful digital transformation initiative will require a combination of the best people and the most cutting-edge technology. 

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Does Java 14 improve on the security of its predecessors?

Java 14 was recently released and Java 15 is already underway – but has Oracle really improved on the security flaws of previous versions?

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House Bill Would Codify Government IT Modernization

A new bill that is being introduced in the US House of Representatives would support the Government Services Agency’s IT Modernization Centers of Excellence on a permanent basis. 

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Oracle-Google Supreme Court oral arguments delayed

Supreme Court oral arguments for the long-running Oracle v. Google case have been delayed due to COVID-19 concerns. 

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