Verizon to dispose of Yahoo, AOL in $5bn deal
The disposal comes as Yahoo and AOL have struggled to compete in the Internet market that is dominated by the likes of Google and Facebook.
Uncovering the cyber threat within
BAll Internet-connected businesses need insight into one of the fastest growing cyber security problems − the threat from within an organisation.
Samsung to release 5G smartphones in US in 2019
Verizon and Samsung will seek to steal a march on Apple by launching US 5G smartphones in the first half of 2019.
Mix red, blue and yellow to create secure software
Verizon's April Wright outlined a new paradigm for integrating developers with offensive and defensive teams to fight software vulnerabilities.
5G provides leapfrog opportunity, but not without spectrum
Without spectrum being allocated soon, SA will fall behind when it comes to 5G, says Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub.
Billions of data breaches in 2017: report
About 2.5 billion records were stolen, lost or exposed worldwide in 2017, an 88% increase from 2016, says Gelmato.
Insiders behind 25% of breaches
Healthcare fared the worst, with 35% of incidents being the result of human error and 24% of employee misuse, says Verizon.
How to build more secure software
By understanding the adversary, developers can help security and be a critical part of the security team, says Verizon.
Vespa, Yahoo's search code, released as open source
It has been released by Oath, the Verizon subsidiary that owns Yahoo, and is available on GitHub.
Firefox opts for Google as default search in US
Alphabet's Google reclaims its spot as the default search engine on Mozilla's Firefox Internet browser in the US.
Verizon media chief to leave company
Marni Walden plans to leave the telecommunications company next year after not getting the chief executive job.