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Vicarius is an Israeli startup that has developed a pioneering platform, aimed to predict threats and protect any software without patching, code changes or vendor involvement. We spoke with CEO and founder Michael Assraf to talk about the technology and unique features of their product, "Topia".
Strattic is an all-in-one serverless hosting platform that instantly optimizes WordPress websites by making them static and serving them on serverless architecture. We had the pleasure of speaking to CEO Miriam Schwab about the differences between static and dynamic publishing, and why serverless is so good for website speed, performance and above all, security.
Florian Gattung and Max Behr were high school students when they founded ShellFire- A VPN service that specializes in IRC bouncers and DDoS protected voice servers. Right from the beginning, they believed that freedom and security on the internet is a fundamental right for everyone. In this article, they reveal some of their most advanced technologies, and offer some useful tips on how to choose a trustworthy VPN.
SecuriThings is a fully managed IoT security solution that monitors the ever-so-vulnerable cloud-connected IoT devices. In this fascinating interview, VP Marketing Yotam Gutman reviews the most challenging aspects of IoT security.
Initech CEO reveals the difficulty in applying security standards on modern applications, and explains why these challenges are hardly ever technical.
Please provide some background on the company: what inspired you to start a VPN service and how did it come together? We started our business in 2006. Back then, VPNs were used by private companies to protect their local networks. VPN services were not circulated yet, and there were no more than about 50 VPN...
What’s brought you to focus on Connected cars security initially? Although Internet connectivity can make vehicles safer and more efficient, embedded connectivity exposes the vehicle to potential cyber attacks. Essentially, the more sophisticated vehicles become, the more prone they are to attack. Argus’ mission is to secure private and commercial vehicles from cyber-attacks. This is...
Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference (GISEC) was launched in 2013 with the aim to bring the region’s leading cybersecurity and information security pioneers together in one place, to share their knowledge and expertise on best practices to tackle increasing cyber threats and IT security vulnerabilities amid the rapid rise in connectivity and digital transformation across industries and society. In this blog post, spokesperson Michael Champion, the Show Director, gives a sneak preview to what GISEC is all about.
In BIT WARS: Hacking Report: Top Hacks and Attacks of 2015 Dr. Thomas Hyslip presents a concise review of the year's top hacks and attacks, featuring Ashley Madison, OPM, Anthem, IRS, Premera Blue Cross, and others. Knowing the details of how these hacks occurred and who committed them, regardless of whether or not you're a victim, gives a good understanding of how to protect yourself from future attacks. We sat down with Dr. Hyslip to ask him a few questions, and were honored to get a free copy of the book for all of our readers for the next 3 days. Hurry up!
Robert Ryerson entered the financial industry in 1984 when he went through training to be a “stockbroker”, as they were then called, for Shearson Lehman American Express in the World Trade Center in NYC.  He broadened his efforts in the field by becoming a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) in 1991.  More recently, he became concerned about the epidemic of identity theft, and became a Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist (CITRMS). Last year he published the book “What’s the Deal With Identity Theft-A plain English Look at Our Fastest Growing Crime,” which is available as an e-book and paperback on Amazon. In this blog post, Ryerson gives vpnMentor readers a sneak preview to the eleventh chapter of the book, which talks about some emerging trends in the fight against identity theft. So grab your cup of coffee and let's get to it.