Image Credit: Paul Scherrer Institute - Ptychographic X-ray Laminography

Reverse Engineering Intellectual Property: Chip Ptychographic X-ray Laminography

Image Credit: Paul Scherrer Institute - Ptychographic X-ray Laminography via Samuel K. Moore - writing for IEEE Spectrum Magazine - comes this outstanding article published on October 7th, 2019; in which, Mr ...
Why Your Business Requires More Than Slack

Why Your Business Requires More Than Slack

With workplace collaboration tools like Slack, one of the most popular forms of workplace communications these days (over 10 million people use Slack every day), virtual conference rooms have become very popular ...
Advancing Open Source Innovation in Cybersecurity

Advancing Open Source Innovation in Cybersecurity

OIN seeks to secure the inclusion of open source in technology without fear of litigation from patent trolls Due to the convergence of an escalation in the number of security vulnerabilities, an ...
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Former CIA Operative Pleads Guilty to Assisting China's MSS

Huawei Indicted, China Claims Foul

There’s no doubt Huawei is in crisis management mode, as the company continues to get pummeled by the United States and others. In January, we have seen two of Huawei’s subsidiaries charged ...
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Akamai Extends Security Services to the Enterprise

Connecting the Dots Between Cybersecurity and Trade Wars

Countries have been stealing intellectual property from one another since the dawn of time. But cyberespionage has pushed intellectual property (IP) theft to levels never imagined, which now is helping to fuel ...
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Tariffs Expected to Increase Hacks

New Tariffs Expected to Increase Hacks on Intellectual Property

Could a trade war create a spike in hacking attempts? That’s the concern of cybersecurity professionals, who believe that the proposed new tariffs instituted by the United States will lead to an ...
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Global Intellectual Property Protection Efforts

USG Increases Global Intellectual Property Protection Efforts

There is no denying the intellectual property (IP) of U.S. companies is flying out of the country. It doesn’t matter the sector; if your IP is of use to another, there is ...
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Micron's IP was Stolen

Micron’s IP was Stolen and The Company Wants It Back

In a sequence of events we don’t see with regularity, a U.S. company’s intellectual property (IP) is being protected by the laws and courts of another country. This is exactly what Boise, ...
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Uber's Shady Competitive Intelligence Unit Revealed in Court

Uber’s Shady Competitive Intelligence Unit Revealed in Court

In an interesting turn of events, the ongoing case of Waymo v. Uber, which was scheduled to go to trial next week, has come to a screeching halt amid allegations of Uber ...
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