Ken Mingis

Executive Editor

Ken Mingis is Executive Editor at Computerworld and oversees the day-to-day operation of, and strategic planning for, our website.


Mingis on Tech, Episode 68: Reflections on RSA 2018

The 2018 RSA conference focused on a number of cybersecurity topics –everything from blockchain to the looming GDPR rules. CSO's Steve Ragan was there and offers insights on what he learned.

Mingis on Tech, Episode 46: The language of malware

When it comes to tracking down the bad actors behind malware and ransomware attacks, cybersecurity firms are turning to linguists.

Security Short Take: Microsoft gets vague on Windows 10 updates

Security Short Take: Microsoft gets vague on Windows 10 updates

Windows users who upgrade to Windows 10 take note: You're not going to know much about the automatic security updates Microsoft serves up.

Security Short Take: Samsung bows to pressure on Windows Update tweaks

Security Short Take: Samsung bows to pressure on Windows Update tweaks

Samsung has agreed to stop changing the settings for Windows Update on its hardware amid accusations it was undermining security with the practice.

Security Short Take: Yes, Samsung tweaked Windows Update settings

Security Short Take: Yes, Samsung tweaked Windows Update settings

Samsung has admitted that it's been manipulating Microsoft's Windows Update settings on its PCs, confirming a charge leveled this week by researcher Patrick Barker.

Security Short Take: Was the Polish LOT airline really hacked?

Security Short Take: Was the Polish LOT airline really hacked?

LOT Polish Airlines cancelled 10 flights and delayed 12 others on Sunday, saying its ground computer systems had been attacked. But it's not clear how serious the "attack" really was.

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