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Intel unveils Foundry for AI integration & technology evolution
Yesterday
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microsoft
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ai
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cadence
Intel launches first-of-its-kind foundry service aimed at furthering AI advancements, revealing new process roadmap with a focus on technology leadership, resilience, and sustainability.
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Exclusive: Synopsys and the evolution of robust security
Thu, 23rd Nov 2023
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advanced persistent threat protection
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application security
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open source
Synopsys, a trailblazer in software security, unveils its latest solutions and strategies in an exclusive interview.
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Vast majority of organisations report DevOps delays due to security issues
Thu, 12th Oct 2023
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devops
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app development
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apm
Over 80% of respondents indicated that a critical security issue in deployed software impacted their DevOps delivery schedule in the last year.
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Keysight and Synopsys partner for IoT device cybersecurity
Fri, 29th Sep 2023
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iot security
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iot
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cybersecurity
Synopsys Defensics fuzz testing software is now embedded into Keysight’s IoT Security Assessment solution, which reduces costs while speeding up time-to-market.
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Intel and Synopsys expand long-standing partnership
Tue, 15th Aug 2023
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endpoint protection
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partner programmes
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physical security
Intel and Synopsys have expanded their partnership to enable leading IP (intellectual property) on Intel's advanced process Nodes.
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Synopsys forms new partnerships to expand its portfolio
Wed, 9th Aug 2023
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partner programmes
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synopsys
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secure code warrior
Synopsys announces its collaboration with NowSecure, security and privacy experts, and Secure Code Warrior, a learning platform for developer-driven security.
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Synopsys enables DevOps teams with latest security testing offerings
Tue, 11th Apr 2023
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testing
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devops
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cloud services
Synopsys to showcase Fast Application Security Testing (fAST) offerings at RSA Conference 2023, enabling DevOps teams to find and fix vulnerabilities.
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AZ enters ASEAN distribution agreement with Synopsys
Wed, 11th Jan 2023
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partner programmes
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application security
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distribution
Singapore-based AZ Asia-Pacific partners with Synopsys, Inc. to offer application security testing solutions in ASEAN markets.
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The aftermath of Log4j - What can be done to protect businesses?
Mon, 24th Jan 2022
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open source
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cybersecurity
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synopsys
Last year's Apache Log4j vulnerability created a lot of chaos, so what can be done to protect companies from the security implications?.
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Synopsys announces overhaul of app security testing tool
Fri, 10th Sep 2021
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application security
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testing
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devsecops
Synopsys has announced the availability of new features of its Rapid Scan tool, which provides vulnerability detection for open source code.
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Synopsys to deliver virtualiser development kit for automotive microcontroller
Wed, 3rd Jul 2019
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digital transformation
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synopsys
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automotive
Synopsys and Infineon expand collaboration to accelerate development of automotive electronic systems with Virtualizer Development Kits.
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Synopsys and Arm enable tapeouts for mobile processors
Tue, 25th Jun 2019
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endpoint protection
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mobility
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smartphones
Synopsys & Arm fine-tune SoC tapeouts for next-gen mobile tech.
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Report finds automotive industry seriously wanting in cybersecurity
Fri, 8th Feb 2019
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cybersecurity
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cartech
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cybercrime
Findings from a new report have laid the automotive industry’s cybersecurity practices bare after highlighting critical cybersecurity deficiencies.
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Report: Open source software plagued with vulnerabilities
Mon, 21st May 2018
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open source
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security vulnerabilities
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synopsys
78% of 1100 examined codebases contained at least one open source vulnerability, with an average of 64 vulnerabilities per codebase.
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Web & mobile applications present significant risk to Asia businesses
Tue, 5th Dec 2017
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compliance
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web applications
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synopsys
Over half of Asia Pacific businesses see customer-facing web and mobile applications as the highest security risk, according to a survey by Synopsys.
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Will the iPhone X's Face ID be hackable? Security expert weighs in
Mon, 2nd Oct 2017
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smartphones
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apple
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surveillance
The iPhone X’s facial recognition technologies have been called into question by a security consultant who claims that no tech is ever unbeatable.