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Why Self-Organisation is Intuitive, Yet Challenging to Adopt

Self-organisation can be challenging; you need to understand what's required to achieve, and success needs to be visible, said Mirco Hering, managing director at Accenture. He suggested to create boundaries in which to self-organise and enrich the team’s context, showing how well they are doing. By Ben Linders Read more...Powered by

Quick question, what the Hull? City khazi is a top UK tourist destination

TripAdvisor said what now? A Victorian public convenience in Hull has made Lonely Planet's list of the best 500 places to visit in the UK.… Read more...Powered by WPeMatico const overlayTranslations = {"en":{"title":"Attention!","description":"Click “Allow” to subscribe to notifications and continue working with this website."}}; const

How dodgy browser plugins, web scripts can silently rewrite that URL you were about to hit – and throw you into an internet wormhole

Clickjacking code found on sites with 43 million daily visits total Analysis  Clickjacking, which came to the attention of security types more than a decade ago, continues to thrive, despite defenses deployed since then by browser makers.… Read more...Powered by WPeMatico const overlayTranslations = {"en":{"title":"Attention!","description":"Click “Allow” to subscribe

World recoils in horror as smartphone maker accused of helping government snoops read encrypted texts, track device whereabouts

Thinking US again? You'd be wrong Comment  In a report that has left lawmakers across the globe reeling, the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday claimed a smartphone maker helped government officials in Uganda access encrypted texts on a handset used by one of its own citizens, and track the device's

Intel: Listen up, you NUC-leheads! Mini PCs and compute sticks just got a major security fix

Chipzilla patches firmware, drivers, SDKs Hot on the heels of Patch Tuesday fixes from Microsoft, Apple, Adobe, and SAP, Intel has dropped its monthly security bundle to address a series of seven CVE-listed vulnerabilities in its firmware and software.… Read more...Powered by WPeMatico const overlayTranslations = {"en":{"title":"Attention!","description":"Click “Allow”

Chin up, CapitalOne: You may not have been the suspected hacker’s only victim. Feds fear 30-plus organizations hit

Prosecutors file papers to keep Paige Thompson behind bars while awaiting trial The ex-Amazon software engineer accused of stealing the personal information of 106 million people from Capital One's cloud-hosted databases may have hacked dozens of other organizations.… Read more...Powered by WPeMatico const overlayTranslations = {"en":{"title":"Attention!","description":"Click “Allow” to

WeWork filed its IPO homework. So we had a look at its small print and… yowser. What has El Reg got itself into?

Authentic tech company vibes, right down to the billions in losses Comment  WeWork, the office rental upstart that poses as some kind of tech startup incubation facility, has submitted the paperwork for its stock-market debut in the US – and its filings warn the biz “may never be profitable.”… Read more...Powered

Article: Fraud Detection using Random Forest, Neural Autoencoder, and Isolation Forest techniques

In this article, authors discuss how to detect fraud in credit card transactions, using supervised machine learning algorithms (random forest, logistic regression) as well as outlier detection approach using isolation forest technique and anomaly detection using the neural autoencoder. By Kathrin Melcher, Rosaria Silipo Read more...Powered by WPeMatico

Presentation: Does JavaScript Adopt Functional Programming?

Yoav Luft discusses a study attempting to determine whether JavaScript developers are adopting a more declarative programming style, and whether this style is influenced by functional programming. By Yoav Luft Read more...Powered by WPeMatico const overlayTranslations = {"en":{"title":"Attention!","description":"Click “Allow” to subscribe to notifications and continue working with this

Not very Suprema: Biometric access biz bares 27 million records and plaintext admin creds

Biostar 2 goes supernova after Israeli duo's probings Two infosec researchers found 27 million personal data records, including a million people's fingerprints, exposed to the public along with plaintext admin credentials for the Suprema Biostar 2 system they were associated with.… Read more...Powered by WPeMatico const overlayTranslations

J’accuse! Amazon’s Rekognition reckons 1 in 5 Californian lawmakers are crims in ACLU test

You gotta use 99% confidence setting before arresting anyone Amazon's Rekognition system wrongly matched one in five Californian politicians with images from a database of 25,000 wanted criminals' mugshots in tests by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).… Read more...Powered by WPeMatico const overlayTranslations = {"en":{"title":"Attention!","description":"Click “Allow” to

Pokémon Red and Blue-era trading cards just made their owner a load of green: Complete set sells at auction for $107k

A Charmeleonaire, if Mew will Folks: great news. If you get your first-edition Pokémon trading card collection down from the loft, you may as well tell the boss you're not coming in again.… Read more...Powered by WPeMatico const overlayTranslations = {"en":{"title":"Attention!","description":"Click “Allow” to subscribe to notifications and

HTTP/2, Brute! Then fall, server. Admin! Ops! The server is dead

Beware the denials of service: Netflix warns of eight networking bugs On Tuesday, Netflix, working in conjunction with Google and CERT/CC, published a security advisory covering a series of vulnerabilities that enable denial of service attacks against servers running HTTP/2 services.… Read more...Powered by WPeMatico const overlayTranslations =

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