I met John O’Keeffe at Web Summit. He’s VP EMEA for Nitro, a document productivity startup which is challenging Adobe. Twelve months ago, Nitro EMEA didn’t exist. It was announced at Web Summit 2013 by Taoiseach Enda Kenny, with a target of 50 jobs. That target has since been doubled, explains John, and he expects growth to to […]
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Does the DPC have the Resources to Regulate the World?
By Conn Ó Muíneacháin on January 9, 2014 in General, security, social media
The Irish Data Protection Commisioner is investigating Adobe in relation to last year’s theft of source code and data from 38 million customers. PC Pro Magazine reports that this is in response to complaints from UK residents about spam being received on email accounts that had been exclusively used for Adobe registration. GigaOm points out […]
By Conn Ó Muíneacháin on October 10, 2013 in General, security
Patch Tuesday used to be just a Microsoft thing, but other companies have gotten involved recently, and this week Adobe released security fixes for Robohelp as well as Adobe Acrobat and Reader. But if you’re thinking this is in response to Adobe’s recent hacking, I’m afraid it’s not. Security patches take weeks to prepare and […]