Investors are much more concerned about a surge in the VIX than they are by the prospect of nuclear war - that's a mistake (The Wall Street Journal | Apr 30)
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Ahhh, smart offices, hot coffee. But watch out for legal risks.
Like your coffee hot when you get to the office? Want the workplace temperature to self-adjust to the weather? If the answer is "you bet," be aware that corporate legal risks can go hand in hand with the conveniences of internet-connected devices.
Blockchain will be theirs, Russian spy boasted at conference
Last year, representatives of 25 countries met in Tokyo to work on setting international standards for the blockchain. Some of the technologists at the meeting were surprised when they learned that the head of the Russian delegation worked for the F.S.B., the intelligence agency that is the successor to the K.G.B. They were even more surprised when they asked the F.S.B. agent why the Russians were devoting such resources to the blockchain standards. "Look, the internet belongs to the Americans - but blockchain will belong to us," he said, according to one delegate who was there.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology issued Version 1.1 of its
Cybersecurity Framework, adding new categories and subcategories, languages updates, and changes based on feedback received in 2016 and 2017.