Adobe and Microsoft Announce Availability of Joint Offerings to Transform Customer Experiences

LAS VEGAS–()–At Adobe Summit, and building on their partnership announcement from last September, Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) and Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq:MSFT) will announce availability of their first set of joint solutions designed to help enterprises transform their customer experiences [watch the keynote live stream.

Link: Adobe and Microsoft Announce Availability of Joint Offerings to Transform Customer Experiences
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CES 2017 Upgrades its Mobile App Experience with Eventbase

About Eventbase. Eventbase is the leading mobile technology platform for premium events. Trusted by global brands for their Tier 1 conferences, clients include HPE, IBM, Microsoft, SAP, CES and SXSW. Eventbase also delivers apps for massive consumer events including three Olympic Games, Comic-Con International and Sundance Film Festival.

Link: CES 2017 Upgrades its Mobile App Experience with Eventbase
via finance.yahoo.com

Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15063 for PC and Mobile

Hello Windows Insiders! Today we are excited to be releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15063 for PC and Mobile to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. See this forum post for more details. We know the builds have been fast and furious lately. We appreciate your enthusiasm and excitement and we absolutely love co-creating this product we love with all of you.

Link: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15063 for PC and Mobile
via blogs.windows.com

20 Best Mobile Apps for 2017

Mobile apps have been a hotbed of conversations for people all over. Whether you are a consumer with a smartphone, a business owner looking to build a mobile solution, or someone figuring out how to build an app, looking at the most successful apps for 2017 is a great place to start. As a consumer, you want to be one of the first people to download that next big app to take off.

Link: 20 Best Mobile Apps for 2017
via http://www.ringcentral.com

Pentesting Android Apps Using Frida

guides newbie pentesters on how to use Frida to audit Android applications for security vulnerabilities. No android application review goes without performing reverse engineering of the app to find out what’s actually running in the background. This post focusses on the aspect of dynamically modifying the behavior of the app on runtime using a tool called.

Link: Pentesting Android Apps Using Frida
via http://www.notsosecure.com

Microsoft releases sixth Windows 10 preview in a row with only bug fixes and improvements

Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 preview for PCs — the sixth build in a row with no new features. The focus is on bug fixing ahead of the company’s upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update, which is slated for release in “early 2017” (likely to arrive next month). In fact, the release today may indeed be the final Windows 10 Creators Update.

Link: Microsoft releases sixth Windows 10 preview in a row with only bug fixes and improvements
via venturebeat.com

Old Linux kernel security bug bites

OK, hands up, who knows what High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC) is? It’s an archaic networking data framing protocol that’s used in modems, X.25, frame-relay, ISDN, and other now uncommon networking technologies. I know it because I used to work with them back in the day. You’ll get to know it now because a researcher discovered a security hole hidden within the Linux kernel driver that implements it.

Link: Old Linux kernel security bug bites
via http://www.zdnet.com

Microsoft ‘Mac to Surface Assistant’ makes it easy to abandon Apple

Microsoft has quietly announced a new tool that makes it easy to abandon Mac in favor of its own Surface products. Aptly called ‘Mac to Surface Assistant,’ this tool allows macOS users to quickly back up folders of their own choosing to a USB flash drive or hard drive, which can then be used to transfer the content to a Surface laptop as a single ZIP file.

Link: Microsoft ‘Mac to Surface Assistant’ makes it easy to abandon Apple
via http://www.slashgear.com

Recognising what hackers can bring to cyber security.

By Bryan Fite, Account CISO, BT.
‘Hacker’ is an emotive term today. But, go back to its roots, and there’s a clear case for teaching, mentoring and developing hacker skills.
We all need hackers.
I’m going to start with a provocative statement: hackers are a national resource and should be…

Link: Recognising what hackers can bring to cyber security.
via letstalk.globalservices.bt.com

Stop that Skype install! Here are the chat apps you should be using on Windows or MacOS

In last few years, it seems like everyone has ditched AIM, Trillian, and the like for Facebook Messenger, iMessage, and plain-old text messages. And while person-to-person instant messaging is something we all do on our phones now, desktop clients are far from dead. In fact, they’re currently enjoying something of a renaissance.

Link: Stop that Skype install! Here are the chat apps you should be using on Windows or MacOS
via http://www.digitaltrends.com

Bayshore Networks Raises $11M for Industrial Cyber Security

Security startup Bayshore Networks announced on March 20 that it has raised $11 million in a oversubscribed round of funding. The new venture capital infusion will be used to help expand Bayshore’s go to market effort and industrial cyber security platform. The new funding marks the end of Bayshore’s Series with a final investment coming in from Benhamou Global Ventures (BGV), bringing total investment to date in Bayshore to $15 million.

Link: Bayshore Networks Raises $11M for Industrial Cyber Security
via http://www.esecurityplanet.com