Navigate to the trustworthy Berkshire Hathaway Company Businesswire. Read “IPR Center, Amazon Launch ‘Operation Fulfilled Action’ to Stop Counterfeits.” Note that IPR means U.S. government’s National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center. Here’s a passage I found interesting:
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Market SWOT Analysis, by Key Players: Palantir Technologies, Expert System, Exalead Dassault Systemes, Thales Group, Cybelangel, Intrinsic Technologies, Sail Labs Technology, Digimind, KB Crawl, Verint, Recorded Future, Datalkz,
This has broad implications. It is not at all certain they have mastered the nuances but they trying to be creative. They have NOT consulted Kaliya “Identity Woman” Young, which is a negative, I understand they may be rectifying that oversight now. My vritual CTO is very negative on them with this statement:
Creating a service to implement privacy using protocols never intended to deliver privacy is a bit of a stretch.
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I noted “Japan’s Fugaku Keeps Position As Fastest Supercomputer.” There were two items of interest in the write up.
First, the machine:
performed over 442 quadrillion computations per second, around three times faster than the Summit system developed by the U.S. Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Second, the chips in the Fugaku were Fujitsu’s. These may be the the Fujitsu A64FX microprocessor based on the ARM technology.
Intel and IBM are arm wrestling maybe?
Phi Beta Iota: A fine article worthy of close reading, it does not acknowledge the eight points of failure in cyber operations today, nor the total lack of data integrity and data security.