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Apr 23 2018   8:36AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (4/16 – 4/23)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

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Cloud Computing
iot
Microsoft
Teradata
Twilio


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What cybersecurity improvements do you think are most pressing? Find out what RSAC keynote speakers said the infosec community must focus on in order to enact real change in this week’s roundup.

1. Teradata applies time series analytics tools to IoT data – Jack Vaughan (IoT Agenda)

Data warehouse pioneer Teradata looks to ease IoT data analysis with capabilities that address skills gaps on time series analytics techniques, which are coming more to the fore.

2. RSAC keynote speakers push teamwork, incremental improvements – Michael Heller (SearchSecurity)

A variant of the Mirai IoT botnet is the suspected cause of distributed denial-of-service attacks on financial services companies earlier this year, according to Recorded Future.

3. Bold cloud computing plan puts Accenture on fast track – Jason Sparapani (SearchCIO)

Three years ago, the consulting company aimed to go from 10% in the public cloud to 90%. How’s it faring? Infrastructure chief Merim Becirovic tells in this interview.

4. Microsoft takes holistic approach to IoT security concerns – Trevor Jones (SearchCloudComputing)

Azure Sphere extends security from the cloud to the device. It’s the most holistic approach on the market and provides another example of Microsoft abandoning its insular past.

5. Twilio SIM cards simplify IoT connectivity – Jonathan Dame (SearchUnifiedCommunications)

Twilio has released programmable SIM cards for IoT connectivity. The Twilio SIM cards connect to the vendor’s APIs for voice, text and data communications.

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