Posts Tagged 'intel'

By Kent Landfield, Director of Standards and Technology Policy, Intel Security, and Malcolm Harkins, Chief Security and Privacy Officer at Intel When the Administration released the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity (the Framework) on February 12, 2014, many of us at Intel and Intel Security were familiar with the details, as we had participated […]

The recent celebrity photo hacks are an unfortunate reminder of how devastating or embarrassing it can be to have your data compromised.  But celebrities are not the only ones getting hacked. Cybercriminals aren’t choosy—they’ll send malicious texts, emails, and website links to Jennifer Lawrence and your grandma. And while the celebrity hacks are more publicized, […]

A busy week at the Intel Developer Forum has just come to a close. Over the course of three (somewhat) sunny days in San Francisco, we got a chance to see what the developers, makers and creators of today’s technologies have in store for the upcoming year. Just in case you didn’t get a chance […]

This past week, technology professionals and executives came together at the Moscone Center in San Francisco for VMworld 2014. Over the course of the five-day event we sat in on some great sessions, led a few demos, hosted onsite games and challenges, and made two exciting new product announcements. It was a busy week with […]

Earlier this week, I had the privilege of sitting on a panel at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) for the global unveiling of a new McAfee-sponsored report titled “Net Losses: Estimating the Global Cost of Cybercrime.”  This report, which builds on the methodology and results of last year’s US-centric report, creates a […]