Jon Gold

Senior Writer

Jon Gold covers IoT and wireless networking for Network World. He can be reached at jon_gold@idg.com.

OPSWAT mobile hardware offers infrastructure security for the air gap

Guardz debuts with cybersecurity-as-a-service for small businesses

Guardz debuts with cybersecurity-as-a-service for small businesses

An easy-to-use cybersecurity toolkit from Tel Aviv-based startup Guardz targets small and medium-size businesses (SMBs).

CYGNVS exits stealth, trumpeting its cyberattack recovery platform

CYGNVS exits stealth, trumpeting its cyberattack recovery platform

CYGNVS platform promises a playbook, out-of-band connectivity, and more to help organizations recovery from major cyberattacks.

Nvidia targets insider attacks with digital fingerprinting technology

Nvidia targets insider attacks with digital fingerprinting technology

A new AI-based system from Nvidia sniffs out unusual behavior and ties it to users, in an effort to prevent insider attacks and protect digital credentials.

Wallarm touts API leak protection with new scanning feature

Wallarm touts API leak protection with new scanning feature

API protection vendor Wallarm now features scanning and automated remediation for API compromises.

QuSecure launches quantum-computing based security for endpoints

QuSecure launches quantum-computing based security for endpoints

Quantum-based security with what’s advertised as “frictionless” deployment is now available from QuSecure.

Remote.it takes steps toward zero trust with 'single line of code' provisioning

Remote.it takes steps toward zero trust with 'single line of code' provisioning

New integration with Okta, containerization support and a tagging system are all present in the latest version of Remote.it’s network management platform.

Intel boosts VM security, guards against stack attacks in new Xeon release

Intel boosts VM security, guards against stack attacks in new Xeon release

Intel’s TDX framework gains a new capability, and a “shadow stack” in Xeon’s fourth generation aims to knock out a dangerous cyberattack method.

Meta hit with $413 million fine in EU for breaking GDPR rules

Meta hit with $413 million fine in EU for breaking GDPR rules

Regulatory wrangling results in a huge new fine over Facebook and Instagram data handling, even as Meta vows to appeal and EU data protection groups prepare for a court battle.

The top 12 tech stories of 2022

The top 12 tech stories of 2022

The year highlighted how vulnerable the technology sector is to the vagaries of geopolitics and the macroeconomy, as IT giants laid off workers, regulators cracked down on tech rule-breakers, nations negotiated data security...

US consumers seriously concerned over their personal data

US consumers seriously concerned over their personal data

KPMG reports that Americans are worried about how companies treat their personal information, and that the C-suite might be insufficiently aware of that fact.

Palo Alto Networks flags top cyberthreats, offers new zero-day protections

Palo Alto Networks flags top cyberthreats, offers new zero-day protections

The first day of Palo Alto's Ignite conference brings new security features, as the company releases its latest cyberthreat research.

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