Friday, March 24th, 2017

March 2016 – The ongoing success of the private sector relies in large measure on its ability to commercialize innovative research and intellectual property, business transactions, and financial data. Failing to secure this vital digital information, and the systems that hold it, inevitably leads to lost market share, fewer customers and corporate breakdown for the [...]

March 2016 – In the structuring of a security solution for an enterprise, reporting and documentation hold important roles as support for technology solutions. The reporting and operating procedures help designate the liability and cost of remediation in the event of a security incident. Prior to placing systems online, senior management should review privacy and [...]

March 2016 – A topic of discussion at the San Francisco RSA Conference this year was the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and issues related to it with the integration of security. Attackers leverage weaknesses in all platforms to pivot across the enterprise. System administrators and managers need solutions that allow them to monitor applications [...]

Jennifer Grannik of Stanford August 2015- The keynote address at this year’s Black Hat conference was given by Jennifer Grannik. She is the Director of Civil Liberties at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society. She is famous with the cyber community for defending some of the more notorious criminal hackers in history, including Kevin [...]

January 2015, The new Common Core guidelines for math and science seem to be flawed. At the middle school levels, the guidelines call for students to show mastery of the content by being able to prove that a digital representation is the best one. This contention might be true if you are talking bit-level accuracy [...]

January 2014, at the NAMM 2014 show, the atmosphere was different from other conferences, it is a rare mix of business, products, art & innovation and a genuine positive energy for the merger of these which is music and the performance of music. Most shows are a diverse ecosystem with every niche having its own [...]

January 2014, starting off the new year with CES is always exciting. As a new conference attending editor for M&E Tech, it was a first time at the show. It was an interesting experience as a first timer at the show with several annual attendees, one of whom has been attending most years since the [...]

Most of us in the Entertainment business are well-aware of the need to secure our personal information and intellectual property. It may not be as fun as trip to the mountains or a new guitar, but we recognize the value of security technologies to our work, our financial and our personal lives… but we don’t [...]

In 1983, a long time before Hollywood audiences fell in love with Computer Generating Imagery, also commonly known as “CGI”, the first experiment in a commercial motion picture film that combined live action and archival footage took place. This happened in Woody Allen’s groundbreaking film, “Zelig”, which he wrote, directed and starred in. Allen was [...]

 March 2012, Santa Clara, CA – In a recent interview with Ely Tsern Chief technologist of Rambus’s Global Semiconductor Business Unit, we had the chance to discuss the new directions being addressed by Rambus. The conversation was prompted by visable omission of any Rambus papers in the DRAM session at ISSCC held in Feb 2012. [...]