The lines are blurring for software testers as the Internet of Things (IoT) spreads everywhere. Soon they will have to consider that testing cannot be limited to just software, but must include hardware and entire systems.
The etiquette and processes need to be developed for dealing with interactions as they now become increasingly digital.
Overseas data need not be handed to US government US government might appeal ruling to Supreme Court
Chinese giants like Tencent Holdings are on an acquisition spree in the global videogame market. With China's poor history on privacy and a track record of spying, these acquisitions raise significant concerns, writes Ajith Ram
Almost 20% of households affected last year Risk goes up dramatically with multiple device use
Battle between FBI and Apple was just the start Malaysian Government yet to define its stance
The security industry today faces unprecedented issues of privacy and trust, while technologies like AI and machine learning still need the human touch, RSA president Amit Yoran tells DNA in an interview.
For the just-launched AsmaraKu.com, it’s about romance – everything from romantic gifts to personal care products and even more, shall we say, intimate needs.
The IoT provides tremendous opportunities for businesses to bring innovative solutions to the market and transform their own operations, writes Cisco’s Ang Thiam Guan, who also gives his 10 predictions.
The issue of privacy versus civil liberties is not at all clear-cut, Acuity Solutions president Kristin Lovejoy told the HITB GSEC Singapore 2015 conference. Benjamin Cher reports.