Profile of Jai VijayanContributing Writer
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Jai Vijayan is a seasoned technology reporter with over 20 years of experience in IT trade journalism. He was most recently a Senior Editor at Computerworld, where he covered information security and data privacy issues for the publication. Over the course of his 20-year career at Computerworld, Jai also covered a variety of other technology topics including Big Data, Hadoop, Internet of Things, E-voting and data analytics. Prior to Computerworld, Jai covered technology issues for The Economic Times in Bangalore, India. Jai has a Master's degree in Statistics and lives in Naperville, IL.
Articles by Jai Vijayan
By 2021, organizations worldwide will create nearly $3 trillion of business value via AI, Gartner says.
Supply chain, procurement and customer engagement models face significant disruption in the next decade new A.T. Kearney report warns.
A Hackett Group survey suggests many IT leaders are uncertain about how to improve their ability to address evolving business requirements.
Government agency breaches pale in comparison to private sector companies' problems, but government did get hacked in 2014. Look at the four biggest incidents.
The US Senate might outsource core cyber security support to a managed security service. Candidate tasks include network security monitoring, threat analysis, incident reporting, vulnerability analysis, and security engineering and research.
Postal Service takes restrained, methodical approach to cyberattack. Was this the right strategy?
Rep. Lamar Smith wants National Science Foundation to explain why it funded the project and whether it targeted conservative speech.
Indiana University research on Internet memes is not a threat to free speech, computing researchers tell lawmakers threatening to defund the project.
FTDI's update, targeting counterfeit chips, could disable systems widely embedded in healthcare, critical infrastructure, and consumer products.
Department of Homeland Security reportedly investigating two-dozen products from major medical device manufacturers for security holes.
Jason Task Force co-chairs say government should exercise its regulatory powers only to guide process along.
Combining real-time and official data can offer new insights on disease progression, but reliability questions remain.
Automakers should consider adding real-time intrusion detection and response capabilities, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says.
Twitter claims the government is restricting its free speech by limiting what it can disclose about requests for customer data.
At least six federal agencies report lack of data needed to calculate savings from data center consolidation efforts.
In an effort to tap commercial cloud technology without sacrificing security or control, the Department of Defense considers two potential models.
Cyber attacks pose a grave threat to the integrity of healthcare services, agency says.
Department of Energy has released a set of voluntary privacy recommendations for smart grid owners, operators, and third parties; industry stakeholders have until October 14 to comment on draft.