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Let’s be honest – how many of us think about security risks as we race into a coffee shop to check our email or the latest sports scores? Unfortunately, there are a lot of bad guys out there who know the answer to that question. They are waiting to take advantage of the situation and...
The vast majority of our confidential information today is stored in emails and in documents. That is why GigaTrust is dedicated to making it both easy and safe to share these documents. Their GigaCloud collaboration platform not only encrypts emails/documents at rest and in transit, but also provides in use protection by manually or automatically...
Did you know that the revenues of the online computer gaming industry are larger than that of the Hollywood and music industries combined? With that much money at stake, it is not the least bit surprising that online games are the targets of many, many sophisticated attacks and attempts at fraud. As Matthew Cook, Co-Founder...
Wouldn’t it be great if instead of reacting to security attacks we could actually proactively hunt them down and disrupt them before they do any damage? According to Mark Terenzoni, CEO of Sqrrl – a threat hunting company – this is something that is not only possible today, but is actually necessary today in order to...
When a user visits your company’s website to make a purchase or to apply for an account, how do you know that they are in fact who they claim to be? Are they using a stolen identity or spoofing an existing one? Just about every business today needs to ask these questions, in order to...
As Ameesh Divatia, the co-Founder and CEO of Baffle, likes to say, we need to accept that data breaches are a fact of computing life today. However, his company’s goal is to make these breaches irrelevant by efficiently encrypting data wherever it may be, so that even if there is a security breach, the data...
Lior Samuelson has been around technology and businesses for many years, but he is particularly passionate about making the Internet a safer place for users – especially those who seek better security and those on the move with their mobile devices.  Lior is the CEO and Chairman of Cyren, a leading provider of cloud-based security...
The story of BankVault is a story of pivots. What started as a supercomputing project to create self-evolving IT infrastructure, went through a pivot that resulted in a new type of cyber technology.  It initially targeted SMB’s (Small and Medium Businesses) to stop bank account takeovers by cyber criminals but it has now broadened its...
BeyondTrust is convinced that the greatest cause of enterprise data breaches is the fact that users abuse the privileged level of access permission given to them, i.e. admin or root access. Sometimes this abuse is malicious and sometimes it is accidental – but it is always a bad thing. The BeyondTrust platform and tools address...
It is no secret that the use of open source software components is growing at a very rapid pace. This is true for both young startup companies as well as established enterprise developers. The developers that incorporate these open source components need to somehow stay on top of the many licensing issues and security vulnerabilities...