Topic: cybersecurity

SD Times news digest: August 22, 2014—Microsoft’s DocumentDB and Azure Search-as-a-Service, Kivy library, and EngineYard’s PouchDB

Microsoft announces DocumentDB and Azure Search-as-a-Service Microsoft has announced several services for its Azure cloud platform, including DocumentDB, a fully managed NoSQL document database service. Blog posts from Microsoft Azure product marketing director Vibhor Kapoor and Azure senior program manager Ryan CrawCour detail the new services, which in addition to the NoSQL service feature Azure … continue reading

SD Times news digest: August 11, 2014—Microsoft’s Nokia 130, and The Cavalry’s automotive cyber safety program

Microsoft debuts low-cost phone Microsoft has unveiled a mobile phone that costs only 19 euros, or US$25. The Nokia 130 features a built-in video player, a music player with up to 46 hours of continuous playback on a single charge, a flashlight, FM radio, and USB charging. “With handsets like the Nokia 130, we see … continue reading

SD Times news digest: August 4, 2014—Game of Hacks, Mozilla’s database developer disclosure, and Microsoft’s lawsuit against Samsung

Game to sharpen developers’ security skills Application security firm Checkmarx has released a new game designed to help developers, coders and consumers improve their code security skills. Game of Hacks provides pieces of codes and challenges players to find the vulnerability as fast as possible. “We repeatedly hear security managers concerned about the secure coding … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 30, 2014—The Nokia Z Android Launcher, Windows Phone 8.1 update, Password protector, and Google’s Startup Launch

Nokia enters post-device future with Nokia Z Android Launcher The Nokia Z Android Launcher, a home screen replacement for Android phones that learns and evolves based on usage patterns, has released its first major update and opened its pre-beta to download and test the launcher. Developed by the Nokia Technologies Group, a separate entity from … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 16, 2014—Android development course, NSA’s cybersecurity program, and JFrog’s series B funding

Google crash course for Android development Google is offering an online training course for experienced developers new to Android or mobile. The course, Developing Android Apps: Android Fundamentals, will be available through Udacity and provides step-by-step training to building an Android app, and best practices for mobile development in general. “With Android expanding rapidly into … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 2, 2014

The EFF’s crusade for zero-day disclosure, an Android L developer preview, and a new anti-malware support service … continue reading

Pair of reports paint 2013 as a bad year for cybersecurity

Akamai’s State of the Internet report and Verizon’s 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report depicts security trends in 2013 … continue reading

Majority of businesses unprepared for cyber attacks

Even those that have been hit show little signs in protecting themselves from inevitable attacks … continue reading

NIST releases cybersecurity framework

Framework provides organizations, regulators and customers a structure to create, guide, assess and improve cybersecurity … continue reading

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