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Jun 18 2018   8:06AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (6/11 – 6/18)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

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How should the U.S. government address North Korean cyberattacks during summit negotiations? Find out why we should still be worried about North Korean hacking and cyberespionage in this week’s roundup.

1. North Korea hacking threat still looms despite summit – Rob Wright (SearchSecurity)

Despite a summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the threat of North Korean hacking and cyberespionage still looms large, according to experts.

2. Databricks platform additions unify machine learning frameworks – Ed Burns (SearchEnterpriseAI)

Databricks’ new products take aim at simplifying machine learning integration — something that has become increasingly difficult, as the number of tools has multiplied.

3. Tableau acquisition of MIT AI startup aims at smarter BI software – Mark Labbe (SearchBusinessAnalytics)

Tableau acquires AI startup Empirical Systems in a plan to provide users with automated data modeling capabilities and enable broader BI and analytics applications.

4. Salesforce Interaction Studio unveiled at Connections 2018 – Jesse Scardina (SearchSalesforce)

At Salesforce Connections, Salesforce builds off its Google partnership announced at Dreamforce by releasing new integrations between Marketing Cloud and Google Analytics 360.

5. Iron Mountain data recovery adds ransomware protection – Paul Crocetti (SearchDisasterRecovery)

The isolated nature of Iron Mountain’s latest Iron Cloud offering is important to its battle against ransomware. The Virtual Cleanroom provides an offline recovery environment.

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