Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss examines the new 10-point open source software security mobilization plan from The Linux Foundation and OpenSSF that lays out how software creation must be changed to fulfill a critical White House goal of strengthening open source software security.
Futurum principal analyst Shelly Kramer reacts to breaking news that additional federal cybersecurity guidelines are likely to be released soon, with special attention to software supply chain concerns and the importance of cybersecurity efforts to national security.
Futurum principal analyst Shelly Kramer reacts to a new White House memo addressing the threat and mitigation of quantum computing risks through planned migration to quantum-resistant technologies.
Futurum principal analyst Shelly Kramer covers (with excitement) the news that Apple, Google, and Microsoft are working with the FIDO Alliance on an answer to the password security issues that create opportunities for bad actors to access sensitive or personal information online.
Futurum Analyst in Residence Jared Klee analyzes the SEC’s newly expanded crypto enforcement division including SEC Commission Peirce’s dissatisfied comments, how regulatory clarity continues to be a problem for crypto startups, and why SEC regulatory clarity will be good for the industry.
Futurum principal analyst Shelly Kramer reacts to Amazon Web Services being re-awarded a $10 Billion contract from the National Security Agency — despite contestation by Microsoft — with insight into the implications of AWS’s victory.
Futurum principal analyst Shelly Kramer examines cybersecurity concerns facing healthcare institutions with insight into the potential impact of the recently-introduced bipartisan Healthcare Cybersecurity Act on those organizations and the public.
Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss examines how newly-incorporated OpenSSH 9.0 encryption security features aim to prevent future quantum computing hackers from using the powerful quantum computers of tomorrow to defeat the strongest data security algorithms of today.
Lockheed Martin and Intel are expanding their decade-long partnership to spur delivery of secure 5G.MIL solutions that target enabling swift, data-driven decisions by military commanders across key operational domains. Futurum’s Ron Westfall explores why the enhanced Lockheed Martin and Intel partnership shows that 5G networks are integral to fulfilling U.S. national security and stable chipset supply chain objectives as well as strengthens Intel’s differentiation across the 5G ecosystem.
Futurum analysts Michael Diamond and Shelly Kramer explore the social engineering attack on Apple and Meta. They review how it happened, who the suspected perpetrators are (and how rampant these gangs are), as well as some of the cybersecurity dangers that are quite likely ahead.