“They are in a pickle. Their pickle is security,” Mr. Heins said in an interview. “When the first big security flaw even happens in one of the large enterprises, you will see this turn around. Wait for the day this happens.”
I think it would be entirely appropriate to lose the “Leading” and “Scientist” from the article.
A “Leading Scientist” would be happy to publish papers in order to be peer-reviewed. Baroness Susan Greenfield as zero science behind this stupid claim. Lets make some wild claims to get funding and recognition for my current do-gooding project.
Thanks to a mob mentality of those who are ill-informed or just plain stupid. Forcing the RBS Chief to refuse his bonus has just written £320,000,000 (the loss is growing see) off the market cap of RBS.
That means this whole debacle has cost the taxpayer at least £262,400,000. Paying the bonus in the first place would have cost the tax payer nothing, the payment was coming out of profits.
And as for the idiots who think good money is being thrown after bad at RBS. RBS is owned by the taxpayer and not funded.
The first rule of security, the mechanism for your security/encryption should be able to fall into enemy hands without compromising said security.
Several years after the theft of source code for several of its security products, Symantec has recommended that users of pcAnywhere, which allows users to remotely connect to another computer, disable the software until further notice.
For a word that can so vastly change the fortunes of a company, it’s worth noting that no generally accepted definition of the word design exists. This means when your boss stands up in front of the team at that all-hands and says, “We’ll have a design-centered culture,” there’s a good chance he’s saying nothing at all.
The once great Vince Cable, sprouting some tosh. Thanks to the coordinated effort of the worlds’ central banks, dolling out effectively free money to anybody who asked. Large corporations/companies i.e those big enough to have shareholders, have been steadily buying back their shares.
So lets give more power to the shareholders… I think I can foresee a problem with this.