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Tag: edge security

Mike Ellis

Author: Mike Ellis

Welcome to Life at the Edge

Aug. 10, 2017

Last week, TechCrunch ran an interesting feature on the rise of edge computing. Much of the article focused on a hypothesis that Peter Levine, general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, and many others have championed: that cloud computing will soon be surpassed by edge computing, where real-time processing occurs at the connected device level. The argument…

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Mike Ellis

Author: Mike Ellis

Talking Trends of Today and Thinking of Tomorrow (Part 1)

Jun. 9, 2017

The annual KPCB Internet Trends report by Mary Meeker and team was released last week and as usual, it’s the buzz of the tech world. Filled with interesting insights, I think the report gives a good snapshot of the state of the technology sector today – especially around what’s happening with the Internet, digital advertising,…

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Mike Ellis

Author: Mike Ellis

Identity Live: On Tour in Austin

May. 15, 2017

A couple of weeks ago we took the band to Austin for the first stop of Identity Live, our global summit series. We had a great group of customers, prospects, and partners who all came to hear the latest on customer identity, privacy and consent, the internet of things, and other topics critical to digital…

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Aron Kozak

Author: Aron Kozak

Avoid the Nefarious Mirai Worm, the Vigilante Brickerbot, and Properly Protect Your IoT Devices.

Apr. 27, 2017

For those who grew up with comic books, vigilante characters like Batman and The Punisher frequently tackled the interesting moral discussion around following the law versus protecting the innocent from evil (or incompetence) at any cost. It’s the first thought I had as I read about Brickerbot and its arch nemesis, the Mirai Worm. It’s…

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