October 2017

The ongoing threat of hackers is a menace to companies, but is a boon for cybersecurity companies. A case in point is Recorded Future, a threat intelligence service based in Boston, which just raised $25 million in a Series E fundraising round from Insight Venture Partners to expand its operations. The firm has a niche […]

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Where Emerging Cybersecurity Technology Fits in Your Business    By Charles Cooper As 2017 enters the final stretch, security professionals still find themselves locked in a furious battle with hackers. Some 80 percent of the IT and security executives surveyed for the most recent ATT Cybersecurity Insights report said their organizations came under attack during […]

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Our nation’s security; indeed, the security of every American, is at risk from enemies we can’t see, and often can’t find, until the damage has been done. Every American citizen, government agency, and commercial or private business that has internet connected devices and networks is a target, and can become both an unwitting predator and […]

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KHOBAR, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia has set up a new authority for cyber security and named its minister of state Musaed al-Aiban its chairman, strengthening security in the world’s largest oil exporter, a royal decree said. The National Authority for Cyber Security will be made up of the head of state security, the […]

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By: Suzanne Schwartz, M.D., M.B.A. Virtually every aspect of our lives – including our health – has gone digital. Medical devices from insulin pumps to implantable cardiac pacemakers are becoming more interconnected and, like computers and the networks they operate in, can be vulnerable to security breaches. A computer virus or hack resulting in the […]

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Two members of the Senate Intelligence Committee are proposing legislation aimed at hardening state voting systems against cyberattacks as part of a two-track response to Russian interference in the 2016 election. The bill proposed Tuesday by Republican Susan Collins of Maine and Democrat Martin Heinrich of New Mexico would authorize federal grants to states to […]

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