Since upgrading to Lollipop my Nexus 4 phone no longer works as a phone. I can't hear people, they can't hear me. I need to reboot, then it works for... Continue Readinga few hours. I'm pretty much ready to give up on my Nexus.
Oh please, they still haven't gotten Lollipop out to 95% of flagships and 99% of Android phones or fixed the thousand performance issues and glitches, and now they're talking about... Continue Readingthrowing this into cars, already?
Please be joking me. Google, get my Moto X 2013 Lollipop, and everyone else running KitKat on Lollipop and not just 5.0.1, but I mean 5.1 with 99% of initial obvious and documented bugs fixed and then a quick bug fix release after that, by mid-late January, and then you can start talking about Android M.
Sony is just another company that is wide open and did not secure personal data and other sensitive information. They made an earlier business decision to not secure their databases.... Continue ReadingAnd now some politics is involved.
I think that the successful attack at JP Morgan Chase surprised me more. The largest US bank lost personal information of 76 million households and it took several months to detect.
Unfortunately, current security approaches can't tell you what normal looks like in your own systems and the situation is getting worse according to Verizon. Verizon is reporting that this a growing issue. Less than 14% of breaches are detected by internal security tools according to the annual international breach investigations report by Verizon.
So we need to protect our sensitive data itself with modern data centric security technology. As consumers, we must demand better protection from the companies we do business with.
Ulf Mattsson, CTO Protegrity