Mike D. Kail

Prior to founding Cybric, Mike Kail was Yahoo’s CIO and SVP of Infrastructure, where he led the IT and Data Center functions for the company. Prior to joining Yahoo, Mike served as VP of IT Operations at Netflix, where he was responsible for Employee Technology and various Engineering components.  He has been widely recognized for his insightful industry commentary on social media, and was recently named by the Huffington Post as one of the “Top 100 Most Social CIOs on Twitter.” He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Iowa State University.

Through the Looking Glass: Tech and Security Industry Predictions

By Mike D. Kail | December 15, 2016

Tech and Security Industry Predictions As we close out 2016, which didn’t start off very well for tech IPOs, momentum and performance has increased in the second half, and I believe that will continue well into 2017. M&A activity will

The verge

Huawei responds to Android ban

Fresh off the sledgehammer blow of having its Android license revoked by Google in response to US government demands, Huawei has issued ...
Add a recovery phone number to block automated hijack attempts: Google

Add a recovery phone number to block automated hijack attempts: Google

Study finds adding a phone number to a Google account blocks all automated attempts, 99% of bulk attacks, and 66% ...
Tesla

Tesla shares dive below $200 after analyst cites distractions from Elon Musk’s ‘sci-fi projects’

Wedbush cut its price target on Tesla shares to $230 from $275 on Monday, citing “major concerns” about the growth plan of Elon ...
Huawei will continue security support for Android smartphones

Huawei will continue security support for Android smartphones

LONDON (Reuters) - Huawei said on Monday it would continue to provide security updates and services for its smartphones and ...
China says it’s created a facial recognition app for pandas

China says it’s created a facial recognition app for pandas

Researchers from the China Conservation and Research Centre for Giant Pandas have developed an app that could recognize individual pandas ...