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Allot Launches New Security Solution in Collaboration with Intel Security, Providing Anywhere, Anytime User Protection
“With the proliferation of mobile devices and the exponential growth in IoT, the combination of Intel Security’s expertise in the cyber security domain with Allot’s vast experience in the CSP network-based Security as a Service market delivers immediate and unparalleled value for operators and consumers alike,” said Andrei Elefant, President & CEO at Allot Communications. “We see significant interest in the joint solution, including several engagements in progress. We are excited about this collaboration and are looking forward to working jointly with Intel Security and to expanding Allot’s global reach.”
Global Study Reveals Businesses and Countries Vulnerable Due to Shortage of Cybersecurity Talent
“A shortage of people with cybersecurity skills results in direct damage to companies, including the loss of proprietary data and IP,” said James A Lewis, senior vice president and director of the Strategic Technologies Program at CSIS. “This is a global problem; a majority of respondents in all countries surveyed could link their workforce shortage to damage to their organization.”
Sandra Lopez on the Convergence of Fashion and Technology and the Power of Data to Transform Retail
During the interview, Lopez spoke of Intel’s approach to the wearables market:
The ‘Office of the Future’ – Coming Soon to a Workplace Near You
The study, which surveyed 4,000 full-time employees from small, medium and large businesses across 10 countries, found 57 percent of workforce members expect to work in a smart office within the next five years. Moreover, almost half of the study’s respondents believed the offices they work in today are not smart enough. The numbers were even more pronounced among millennials, of which 42 percent said they would quit a job that offered substandard tech and 82 percent said workplace tech would influence which job offer they accept.
Intel and Airbus Demo Drone Inspection of Passenger Airliners
The AscTec Falcon 8, a market leader in professional aerial inspection and surveying, was flown using a flight control system managed by a human pilot. The Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) followed a predetermined flight path systematically taking a series of fully-automated pictures. The images, especially the ones showing scratches, dents and painting defects, will be compiled in a 3-D digital model, recorded in a database and analyzed. This data will help to improve damage traceability, and also to prevent and reduce them.
Intel Replay Technology Delivers All-star Experience for MLB Fans
Intel’s technology for 360-degree replays created a new experience for fans during MLB All-Star Week games and is just one way that the company is working with partners to push the boundaries of computing and transform the way we train for, watch and interact with sports. From 3-D imaging and virtual reality, to sensors and wearables, Intel’s roster of technologies is delivering smart new insights and connecting fans to the world of sports like never before.
Intel Security Innovation Alliance Continues to Expand Partner Ecosystem
BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye Team Up to Bring Fully Autonomous Driving to Streets by 2021
Brian Krzanich: The Future of Autonomous Driving Starts Today
The driving experience is perfectly positioned for the next wave of technological innovation. Today, driving can be frustrating: Think of the last time you were stuck in a traffic jam or lost on your way to a destination. Driving can also be dangerous. Every year, more than 30,000 people in the U.S. die from preventable automobile accidents1. More than 90 percent of all auto accidents are caused by human error2. An EU study reports that distracted and drowsy driving are responsible for 13 percent of traffic deaths each year3. These frustrations and dangers make the driving experience ripe for disruption and innovation.