Web Cache Deception Attack revisited

In April, we wrote about Web Cache Deception attacks, and how our customers can avoid them using origin configuration. Read that blog post to learn about how to configure your website, and for those who are not able to do that, how to disable caching…

Why Our Partnership With Cisco is Crucial on the Road to Cloud

In Logicalis we see the cloud as the future. With our “Application Anywhere” vision we are following exactly what our customers require – putting more focus on the application, and providing the flexible infrastructure in accordance with cutting-edge hybrid cloud methodologies. We are able to…

Unlock the power of healthcare at Cisco Live in Barcelona

In less than two weeks, thousands of IT professionals – from network engineers to execs – will descend on Barcelona from across Europe for Cisco Live EMEA 2018. It’s the IT industry’s premier event for education, connection, and inspiration – bringing together leaders who are…

Translating Access into Student Engagement

In prior posts, we’ve talked a lot about access as the fundamental building block of student success, the first step in the process of evolving student opportunity. But access alone doesn’t yield results. What does access give you? Information. Resources. Raw inputs. Bricks with which…

Why Cisco’s partnership with automotive companies like Hyundai is a game changer for automotive innovation

In the technology industry, it’s typical to see a company launch hundreds, if not thousands of new features a year – features developed within weeks or months and then ready for “production.” When it comes to the automotive industry, a new capability takes closer to…

Darknet Vendor ‘DutchKings’ Sentenced to Seven Years

In November 2016, Netherlands police arrested two darknet drug dealers in Eemnes. The duo had sold hundreds of thousands of Euros of marijuana, ecstasy, and cocaine. In December 2017, the partners faced a judge in court and received lengthy prison sentences for drug distribution and…

Elysium Member Admits Guilt in Dresden Court

In July, the Federal Criminal Police Office raided an apartment and arrested a 39-year-old male. At the same time, a massive darknet child abuse forum called Elysium suddenly went dark. The apartment belonged to the owner of the forum and the BKA had seized his…

Darknet Dealers Caught for Shipping 500,000 Pills

In December, authorities arrested two California men for their participation in a massive opioid trafficking conspiracy that spanned the United States. The defendants, Andrew Tablack, a 26-year-old from Beverly Hills, California, and Stephan Durham, a 43-year-old from Altadena, California, allegedly shipped cyclopropyl fentanyl pills across…

Artificial intelligence used to identify bacteria

In many laboratories, from clinical to pharmaceutical, there is a shortage of microbiologists trained in identification – the process of determining one genus or species of bacterium or fungus from another. Perhaps, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center researchers contend, artificial intelligence can address this shortfall….

Feds to Sell Alleged Darknet Dealer’s Bitcoin

In December, a federal judge signed an order that allowed the U.S. government to sell bitcoin seized in an investigation into a fentanyl trafficking ring in Utah. Even though the defendants and original owners of the assets still faced charges in court, the U.S. Attorney’s…

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