Supply Chain

CN Rail reports ‘internet connectivity incident’ disrupting Ontario passenger service

CN Rail says an IT incident affecting passenger rail service in the Toronto area it began suffering this afternoon isn’t related to cybersecurity. “It’s an internet connectivity incident,” a company spokesperson told IT World Canada at 4:30 p.m Eastern. “At this point nothing indicates it’s a cybersecurity breach.” In a tweet, CN described the problem

Canada to create cyber security certification for defence purchases

Organizations that want to sell software and hardware to the Canadian defence department will soon have to meet requirements of a new cyber security certification program. Defence Minister Anita Anand said today the government is creating a Canadian program for cyber security certification that will result in mandatory certification requirements in select federal defence contracts

Oracle integrates AI into human capital & supply chain management

Oracle has integrated artificial intelligence (AI) into its human capital and supply chain management systems in order to meet the must-have trend of 2023. AI-powered...

Nvidia reports strong fourth quarter results fueled by AI chip demand

Nvidia, the world's largest manufacturer of graphics chips, reported a 66% increase in fourth-quarter revenue, fueled primarily by demand for its artificial intelligence (AI)...

CPU market witnesses largest decline in shipments in 30 years 

According to a Mercury Research report, global shipments of central processing units (CPUs) have experienced their largest decline in 30 years for the second...

Google urges developers to build more secure software

Report says developers should adopt the Supply chain Levels for Software Artifacts (SLSA) framework to reduce the odds applications can be c

Software supply chain attacks will increase in 2023: Report

ReversingLabs says DevOps and IT security teams have to work more closely to meet the threat of third-party

Software supply chain issues worry IT leaders: BlackBerry

80 per cent of survey respondents said their organization had been notified of an software supply chain attack or vulnerability in the last