Topics discussed today include CEO, Ginni Rometty, explaining the importance of IBM as being "under" consumer services, and FireEye updating its email server security platform for threats advanced.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty spoke last week at the consumer electronics show in Las Vegas and claimed that, even though consumers might not know it, they were relying on IBM for find under a wide variety of services. She supported this statement by detailing IBM's pioneering breakthroughs in the cloud, quantum computing, Watson artificial intelligence, and blockchain, among other areas.
To help her in her case, she has received help from executives representing reputable brand companies, including ExxonMobil and Walmart. IBM Cloud is the basis of the ExxonMobil Speedpass +, a personalization service that allows customers to pay for gas and car washes with their mobile devices.
Meanwhile, Charles Redfield, executive vice president of food for Walmart in the United States, explained how IBM's Food Trust initiative is using blockchain technology to transparently ensure freshness and security food. The effort has attracted about 50 companies, including Walmart, Carrefour and Kroger.
FireEye released FireEye Email Security – Version 8.2 on January 9, offering businesses new features for detecting advanced email threats, including ID borrowing, often called Business. Email Compromise.
FireEye has also integrated MalwareGuard machine learning technology from its Endpoint security platform to protect messaging systems against ever-changing risks. In addition, the FireEye Email Security main detection sandbox has been enhanced to help organizations customize the technology for their own environment.
Ken Bagnall, FireEye's vice president of email security, said the main focus of FireEye Email Security 8.2 is to detect threats that are not captured by other means or technologies and to deal with the mitigation techniques used by hackers to bypass the security of email. services in the past.