On Sunday, January 28, we officially observe Data Privacy Day. But the fact is: data privacy is dead. Countless data breaches and hack attacks over the past decade have proven your info just isn't safe.
During Intel's earnings announcement, CEO Brian Krzanich said the company is updating its processors to prevent Spectre and Meltdown, two major vulnerabilities discovered last year.
Customer privacy concerns led to sales delays for most businesses last year as fears escalated in the wake of massive data hacks at Equifax, Yahoo and other companies, according to a Cisco survey.
For Intel, 2018 has been nothing short of a nightmare. Even if the company reports strong quarterly earnings, it might not be enough to restore the luster of the semiconductor leader.
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