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Researchers from CyberArk discovered a way to hack the popular Play-with-Docker training site, escaping the confines of the container isolation boundary, revealing misconfigurations that have now been fixed.
SECURITY ANALYSIS: While the term “quantum proof” in regard to encryption has been bandied about for years, the reality is that you need more than that; you also need really secure key distribution.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Industry leaders at Delphix, Electric Cloud, IBM, JFrog, Pivotal, XebiaLabs and Datical identify the primary areas on which organizations should focus in 2019 to continue improving software delivery outcomes.
SEA Wire and Cable spent three years trying to use its existing enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform to handle its warehouse operations, which should have worked well in theory, but in practice, the ERP wasn’t able to handle the level of granularity the company required. Then SEA was...
eWEEK DATA POINTS: As the roles of business and technology units continue to blur, IT budgets appear positioned to soar. But successful outcomes amount to more than simply boosted spend–the required talent will need to be in place, and CIOs and other tech leaders must align IT direction with...
A new report from the Cloud Security Alliance examines how organizations are moving business-critical ERP applications to the cloud and potentially exposing themselves to new risks.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Federal cyber-security workers are either working without pay or are furloughed, the new cyber-security agency is stalled, contractors are laid off and critical functions aren’t getting done.
Red Hat brings nested workflow capabilities to Ansible Tower, enabling more complex IT operations automation.
DAILY VIDEO: MicroStrategy streamlines analytics with "Zero Clicks" UI, and IBM unveils the latest system in its quantum computing lineup.
NEWS ANALYSIS FROM CES 2019: CEO Ginni Rometty’s address was a refreshing departure for a conference that, in past years, has too often been a megaphone for trumpeting vapid trends and short-lived products. Rather, she spent her time on the CES stage detailing how consumer electronics, like...