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May 7 2018   8:22AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (4/30 – 5/7)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

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As 2018 continues forward, check out some of the biggest cybersecurity trends to monitor throughout the rest of the year in this week’s roundup.

1. Top 2018 cybersecurity trends to watch out for – Mekhala Roy (SearchCIO)

A glance at IT news shows cybersecurity trends remain on companies’ radar. At the CIO Boston Summit, Cybereason’s Jessica Stanford discussed steps to defend against risk.

2. C3 IoT simplifies AI and IoT app development – Darryl Taft (SearchCloudComputing)

The C3 IoT low-code development platform helps developers of all skill levels build AI and other next-generation applications without having to write any code.

3. Twitter bug exposes passwords of all 336 million users – Michael Heller (SearchSecurity)

On none other than World Password Day, a Twitter bug was announced that led to the passwords of all 336 million users being stored in plaintext in an internal log.

4. Why going private should help grow Mitel cloud – Jonathan Dame (SearchUnifiedCommunications)

A private equity firm plans to acquire Mitel for $2 billion in the second half of 2018. The move should give the vendor more flexibility, as it pushes adoption of Mitel cloud.

5. Qlik readies new Qlik Sense features for cloud, AI, big data – Craig Stedman (SearchBusinessAnalytics)

Self-service BI vendor Qlik is beginning to add a promised set of advanced functionality to its Qlik Sense software, but the features will be delivered in stages.

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