Microsoft is planning to acquire Adallom, an Israeli cybersecurity company that offers end users information security technology on remote servers, for $320 million.
The carrier has hoped to trail blaze in the area of airline Web security by offering ‘bug bounties’ for uncovering cyber risks.
A spokesman for the San Bernardino Fire Department said drones created a dangerous situation for firefighters as they tried to contain wildfires July 17.
CrowdStrike, a cybersecurity firm, has received $100 million in Series C funding from Google Capital, Web-hosting services firm Rackspace, Accel Partners and Warburg Pincus.
The FAA is working on rules that would allow the drones to be used regularly for business while maintaining certain safety and privacy standards.
A new report suggests Apple is looking into developing a new solution for moving its Touch ID fingerprint sensor to the display itself.
Technology solution provider ConnectWise’s IT Nation event to host more than 3,000 technology professionals.
A Pindrop Security study reveals that telemarketing calls where operators offer free home security systems to homeowners were the second most common telephone scam in 2014.
Chinese school officials are planning to deploy drones to identify students who use high tech methods to cheat on the National College Entrance Exam.
Singer Enrique Iglesias was injured after grabbing a drone that was capturing photos of him during one of his concerts in Tijuana, Mexico.