Digital Trust in the IoT Era: 54% of people don’t trust security protecting their info

According to a survey conducted by Accenture’s Digital Trust, about seventy-seven people would be interested in an alternative to usernames and passwords to protect security on internet. 60% of the people surveyed found usernames and passwords cumbersome to use. Within the next year, about 59% would use uniquely coded chips and about 58% would give biometrics a try. Read More>>

Making Summer Air Travel Less Stressful With Big Data And Mobile Technology

2015 has been a great year for air travel. Experts predict that this summer, U.S. airlines will carry an about 222 million passenger which is about 4.5 percent more than last summer. Also there will be around 30,000 flight cancellations and 520,000 flight delays around the world. Data companies and cellular services are developing analytical technologies to predict flight delays and understand customer decisions and behaviours. Read More>>

Spire Adds $40M in Series B to Deploy World’s First Network of Commercial Weather Satellite

Spire, a satellite- powered data company has secured over $80 million through its three rounds of funding. The series B round of funding which was led by Promus Ventures and with participation of two new investors, raised $40 million in funding. With these new funds, Spire will support further growth of its constellation from 20 satellites in 2015 to 100 satellites in 2017. Read More>>

Huge Global Sting Yields World’s Biggest Hacker Bust Ever

Darkode is an online, Password-protected forum where hackers share information and tools to facilitate unlawful intrusions on other’s computer and electronic devices. Experts consider Darkode as one of the greatest threat to the integrity of data on computers in the U.S and around the world. Through the latest operation of FBI the malware network of Darkode was completely dismantled and the criminals will face trails. Read More>>