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Cyber risk is such a hot topic, I think, because the world has gotten very complicated in cyber-security. We have point solutions, we have network point solutions, we have endpoint solutions, we have endpoint protection, detection, remediation, the list is endless.

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A brief historical note: My Kaspersky grew out of the Personal Account feature, a service that offered limited options such as submitting and tracking a tech support ticket. My Kaspersky also supports ticketing, but it has many other useful options, including: Remote management of your security solutions;

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When I reviewed the Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition, I concluded that it was the ‘best’ Linux laptop ever. I just found the big sister of that laptop — the Dell 5220, one of . five new Linux-powered systems that Dell recently announced. I have been using the Dell 5220 for over a week now and I have totally fallen in love with it.

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It’s on. Recently, the United States Senate saw fit to allow Internet Service Providers to sell your web browsing history and other data to third parties. The action has yet to pass the House, but if it does, it means anyone concerned about privacy will have to protect themselves against over zealous data collection from their ISP. Some privacy-conscious folks are already doing that.

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One of the more interesting exchanges from IBM Interconnect 2017 was between IBM CEO Ginny Rometty and Salesforce CEO Mark Benioff [Disclosure: IBM is a client of the author]. Benioff commented that both had recently gone to Washington to address the issue that the U.S. workforce isn’t ready for artificial intelligence (AI). Both companies have platforms that are now partnered, IBM Watson and Salesforce Einstein.

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