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Armonk, New York. IBM updated its managed detection and response service by integrating it with AI. Included in the Threat Detection and Response Services (TDR) are continuous monitoring, investigation, and automated remedy of possible intrusions. The TDR is spread across all hybrid cloud ecosystems comprising of on-premise and operational technologies (OT). The solution leverages several levels of AI and relative risk management for security support around the globe.
There has been a groundswell of activity around factory automation and enhancing factory efficiency, maintenance, and safety. IBM has been a flagbearer in utilizing 5G, edge computing, and emerging software architectures to make the smart factory a reality. I talked with Rob High, Vice President, IBM Fellow, CTO IBM Edge Computing about the challenges and opportunities 5G is bringing to the factory floor.
The company claims that its 2 nm research chip’s “tiniest components are smaller than a strand of DNA.”
According to an article by renowned security author Michael Cobb, the RSA algorithm and elliptic curve cryptography are the most commonly used forms of encryption today. When a message is sent via smartphone or you access a website, it’s more than likely that these algorithms are being executed in the background.
With time to market pressures constantly increasing, technology organizations are moving away from traditional waterfall development workflows and towards Agile/DevOps software development practices.
IBM integrates Anaconda Team Edition repository with Watson Studio; Anaconda will feature IBM's Watson Studio no-charge plan to its community of 20 million data scientists.
The materials for this battery can be extracted from seawater, laying the groundwork for less invasive sourcing techniques than current material mining methods.