Unpredictions for 2020 in Cyber Security

The end of the year tradition of prediction is becoming a guessing game as the pace of innovation is increasing towards pure randomness. So I will stop pretending I know what is going to happen in 2020, and I want to write on areas that seem like the most unpredictable for 2020. Below you can …

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How to Disclose a Security Vulnerability and Stay Alive

In recent ten years, I was involved in the disclosure of multiple vulnerabilities to different organizations and each story is unique and diverse as there is no standard way of doing it. I am not a security researcher and did not find those vulnerabilities on my own, but I was there. A responsible researcher, subjective …

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Artificial Intelligence Is Going to Kill Patents

The patents system never got along quite well with software inventions. Software is too fluid for the patenting system, a system that was built a long time ago for inventions with physical aspects. The material point view perceives software as a big pile of electronically powered bits organized in some manner. In recent years the patenting system was …

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Is It GAME OVER?

Targeted attacks take many forms, though there is one common tactic most of them share: Exploitation. To achieve their goal, they need to penetrate different systems on-the-go. The way this is done is by exploiting unpatched or unknown vulnerabilities. More common forms of exploitation happen via a malicious document which exploits vulnerabilities in Adobe Reader or …

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Cyber Tech 2015 – It’s a Wrap

It has been a crazy two days at Israel’s Cyber Tech 2015…in a good way! The exhibition hall was split into three sections: the booths of the established companies, the startups pavilion and the Cyber Spark arena. It was like examining an x-ray of the emerging cyber industry in Israel, where on one hand you …

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What does cross platform mean?

Cross platform is tricky. It seems like a small “technical” buzzword but actually, it is one of the biggest challenges for many technology companies and has different aspects for different people in the organization and outside of it. Developer Point of View It all starts with the fact that applications can potentially be targeted towards …

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Talk before you act strategy in the web 2.0 era

I’ve encountered today a post regarding Microsoft‘s Vista contemplations about their pricing and regardless of the specific subject covered in the post, it came to my attention that something has changed. Before web 2.0 business pattern pf rapid application deployment, Microsoft and few other vendors were using a strategy of talking a lot about upcoming …

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Web 2.0 Visibility Shift

  I’ve read Robert Scobble analysis on MSN Spaces – MSN Spaces Numbers – and I grasped another major difference between web 2.0 companies and other software/technology companies. There are today numerous tools and ways to easily evaluate the success of a web 2.0 venture. This visibility affects tremendously relationship with VCs, consumer confidence and …

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Updates to Strategic Board

Hi All, We've done some changes to Strategic Board including a new UI design. The features we've added: 1) Latest Buzz – Selection of posts from the technology world based on users selection. 2) Most Interesting – Selection of posts from the technology world based on the main subjects that interests our users at all …

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