July 2016

A number of Israeli startups announced multi-million dollar funding successes in the last half of July, especially in the field of cybersecurity. GuardiCore, the startup known for its internal data center security and breach detection, announced a $20 million Series B financing round led by existing investors. The Tel Aviv and San Francisco-based startup said it […]

Even as one-time Internet giant Yahoo is swallowed in a $6.5 billion acquisition, merger and acquisitions (MA) experts have warned that due-diligence audits of companies targeted for acquisition often reveal cybersecurity risks that compromise compliance and could threaten the merger and acquisition activities. The warnings come in the wake of [[xref:http://www.westmonroepartners.com/Insights/White-Papers/security-survey |new research]], compiled for […]

From Pace University: PLEASANTVILLE, NY (July 28, 2016) – Nathan VanDyke, a high school math and computer science teacher from Minnesota, found himself in Westchester this past week in a class full of his peers learning about Raspberry Pi, a pocket-size computer on which one can run various cybersecurity software. “This is really a whole […]

ANNAPOLIS, Md., July 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The Car Hacking Village (www.carhackingvillage.com) founded by Robert Leale, of CanBusHack, Inc., a Michigan based-business, made its inaugural debut at the Def Con 23 Conference last year in Las Vegas.  This year, the Village returns to Def Con 24 in Vegas on August 4th. The Car Hacking Village […]

How does cybersecurity affect businesses big and small? That’s the question security experts discussed with local business leaders Friday, one day before the Black Hat information security conference at the Mandalay Bay. Cara Clarke, associate vice president of communications for the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce, which hosted the event, said cybersecurity had become […]