Oracle’s Java Card technology is found in countless smart card and SIM applications, but is it going to provide real security for your business?
Government regulators face unique challenges when determining how to oversee the use of open-source code for major tech applications.
Google may not yet be out of luck in its quest to appeal numerous federal rulings that support Oracle’s claim of Java-related copyright infringement.
After three years of living with a major coding flaw that was big enough to bring down Equifax in 2017, Java users finally received a patch to rectify the issue.
Staffing issues in U.S. cabinet departments may be detrimental to the cybersecurity concerns that surround federal attempts at IT modernization.
Efforts to bring your IT infrastructure fully into the present are valuable, but it’s important that you don’t ever sacrifice security for modernization.
The latest development in Google’s years-long legal battle with Oracle once again emphasizes the inherent security issues at the heart of Java.