We hear stories about actors being cast as superheroes who have never picked up a comic book all the time, but Hugh Jackman took this a step further when he showed up for his Wolverine audition back in the late ‘90s for the first X-Men movie. He didn’t even know wolverines existed—and he found out in the most…
Ask a security professional about information security challenges, and you’ll get an earful complaints about everyone else: Users click on bad links and open attachments, developers release buggy code, IT lags in applying software patches, the C-suite doesn’t understand security priorities, and so forth.
But the truth is that IT is figuring out how to work with developers and, today, many enterprises are starting to take user training seriously. It’s security professionals who fail to collaborate, because they’re too busy pointing out all the things everyone else is doing wrong.
Case in point: Last week, when I was at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, the DeveloperWeek conference was underway nearby. At the latter conference, I could find only one security-related talk on the schedule — Pete Chestna, Veracode’s director of developer engagement, talked about how security was the next opportunity for developers. Veracode also had two workshops at DeveloperWeek on how the company approaches DevSecOps (the integration of devops and security).
With the release date inching ever-closer for Nintendo’s new console ‘Switch,’ its German Facebook Page today released a teaser video with possibly the most accurate portrayal of how we’ll actually use: on the toilet. The portable console is the best jack-of-all trades approach we’ve seen at blending the console and handheld market. Switch features handheld ‘Joy-Cons’ that pair with a 6.2-inch screen (for use on the toilet, obviously), or act as independent controllers when playing multi-player (on the small screen or a larger television). Nintendo’s new ad showed just how versatile a setup it was, and why it’s great for those looking for…
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