Scotland’s broadband builder linked to Israeli spyware (HeraldScotland) One of the firms building broadband services in Scotland is backed by a state-owned Emirati company investing in the controversial Pegasus spyware.
Celebrating excellence: 2022 Acronis #CyberFit Partner Award winners (Acronis) #CyberFit, #CyberFit Partner Awards, Acronis #CyberFit Partner Awards, 2022
Tanium Converge 2022 Draws Cybersecurity Industry Leaders from around the World and Showcases New Feature Suite of Enhanced IT, Risk, and Security Capabilities (Business Wire) Tanium, the industry’s only provider of converged endpoint management (XEM), announced today highlights and key takeaways from its seventh annual Conv
WSJ News Exclusive | Sequoia Capital Apologizes to Its Fund Investors for FTX Loss (Wall Street Journal) Sequoia apologized to its fund investors in a conference call for its $150 million loss on the crypto exchange.
Bankman-Fried’s FTX, senior staff, parents bought Bahamas property worth $300 mln (Reuters) Sam Bankman-Fried’s FTX, his parents and senior executives of the failed cryptocurrency exchange bought at least 19 properties worth nearly $121 million in the Bahamas over the past two years, official property records show.
Sam Bankman-Fried Ran FTX Like a Personal Fiefdom, Lawyers Say (Wall Street Journal) In bankruptcy court, the crypto exchange’s attorneys said a ‘substantial amount’ of the firm’s assets are stolen or missing.
FTX lawyer: ‘Substantial amount’ of assets has been stolen (AP NEWS) Lawyers for FTX disclosed Tuesday that a “substantial amount” of assets has been stolen from the accounts of the collapsed cryptocurrency exchange, diminishing the odds that its millions of investors will get their money back.
Twitter Lays Off Some Sales Employees After They Committed to Twitter 2.0 (Wall Street Journal) The new cuts follow mass layoffs and resignations since Elon Musk took over the social-media platform.
HP to lay off up to 6,000 workers as part of its restructuring plan (Silicon Valley Business Journal) The company announced its job cuts as it reported a drop in fourth-quarter sales and profit.
HP Plans Layoffs With PC Demand Slump Stretching Into Next Year (Wall Street Journal) The company said it would slash up to nearly 10% of its workforce. Dell also warned of a worsening decline after a 17% drop in third-quarter laptop and desktop sales.
Intercede’s interim profit jumps following repeat licence orders (MarketScreener) Intercede Group PLC on Tuesday said its profit jumped in the first half of its financial year, due to increases in revenue and follow-on licence orders from existing customers.
Cohesity forging new Data Security Alliance (Technology Decisions) Cohesity has announced an alliance with a number of leading security companies aimed at helping customers improve their data security posture.
Complex M&A Deals Pave Way For Security Gaps (Decipher) The inherent complexity, speed and secrecy across the acquisitions process makes this landscape particularly lucrative for threat actors.
Cyber Due Diligence in M&As Uncovers Threats, Improves Valuations (Dark Reading) To get the full picture, companies need to look into the cybersecurity history and practices of the business they’re acquiring.
Amazon Alexa is a “colossal failure,” on pace to lose $10 billion this year (Ars Technica) Layoffs reportedly hit the Alexa team hard as the company’s biggest money loser.
Having a safe CEX: proof of solvency and beyond (Vitalik) Every time a major centralized exchange blows up, a common question that comes up is whether or not we can use cryptographic techniques to solve the problem.
The Press Failure That Led to FTX (The Information) As the crypto currency contagion spreads, there is a tough truth about the press’s role in the crisis that is becoming crystal clear. Reporters and editors (myself and The Information included) were so busy waxing on about all the things crypto companies were not doing that we failed to focus on …
FTX Says Top 50 Creditors Are Owed $3.1 Billion (Wall Street Journal) FTX owes its 50 largest creditors about $3.1 billion, the failed cryptocurrency exchange said in a bankruptcy court filing Saturday.
Banned Twitter users return: ‘We’re coming back with a vengeance’ (The Washington Times) Several banned Twitter users are making their return to the social media platform, following new owner Elon Musk’s decision to restore some restricted accounts, including activists, satirists and celebrities.
Twitter won’t restart paid verification until ‘significant impersonations’ stop, Elon Musk says (The Verge) The rollout of paid checkmarks quickly led to rampant impersonation of high-profile accounts on Twitter.
What Elon Musk Is Doing to Twitter Is What He Did at Tesla and SpaceX (New York Times) Firing people. Talking of bankruptcy. Telling workers to be “hard core.” Mr. Musk has repeatedly used those tactics at many of his companies.
In crises, officials tweet crucial info. What if Twitter dies? (Washington Post) Kate Hutton was watching a Dodgers game one Friday night when she saw something strange in the outfield: The foul poles swayed, her TV feed trembled.
Where will the security community turn, if not Twitter? (Cybersecurity Dive) A consistent stream of credibility hits could cause lasting damage for cybersecurity and those who flock there.
11 (and counting) things journalism loses if Elon Musk destroys Twitter (Nieman Lab) Goodbye to screenshotted best bits, DMs, “that tweet should be a story”…
Tempe cybersecurity company Bishop Fox extends series B funding haul by $46M (Arizona Inno) Tempe-based cybersecurity software company Bishop Fox says it will spend more on taking its product to market and on internal training with a fresh $46 million in funding.
CISA Seeks Information for Potential Cyber Threat Intelligence Platform (Nextgov.com) The request will help the agency develop the platform to address current challenges related to cyber threat intelligence.
Photos: Cybersecurity marketers gather at Cyber Marketing Con 2022 (Help Net Security) Help Net Security is attending Cybersecurity Marketing Society’s Cyber Marketing Con 2022, and here are some photos from the event.
Meta employees blame management for 11,000-person layoff (Silicon Valley Business Journal) Meta employees blame management for 11,000-person layoff
Just Like FTX, FTX Ventures Went Big — And Fast — When It Came To Investing (Crunchbase News) Now as FTX and more than 130 of its affiliated entities declare bankruptcy, it seems crypto has lost a venture firm primed to be a big player in the Web3 space.
The Bankman-Fried Mystique (Puck) A clear-eyed assessment of the past and future of the crypto-political-philanthropic machine, some two weeks after his scandal erupted.
To Save Twitter, Elon Musk Should Fire Himself (Foreign Policy) Musk’s conflicts of interest make him too dangerous to run the global public sphere.
Opinion | I Was the Head of Trust and Safety at Twitter. This Is What Could Become of It. (New York Times) Elon Musk’s brand of radical transformation has unavoidable limits.
Why Elon Musk Is Blowing Up Twitter’s Business (The Atlantic) The new owner says he hates advertising. That’s a problem because it provides 90 percent of his social-media platform’s revenue.
Twitter’s Broken Its Copyright Strike System, Users Are Uploading Full Movies (Forbes) Last night, it became apparent that Twitter’s automated copyright strike/takedown system was no longer functional.
Trump snubs Twitter after Musk announces reactivation of ex-president’s account (Reuters) The former president said he had no interest in returning as a slim majority of Twitter users voted in favor of reinstating him in a poll organized by Elon Musk.
Trump Cites Twitter ‘Problems,’ Says He’ll Stick to Own Platform (Bloomberg) Donald Trump said he sees “a lot of problems at Twitter” and will stick to his own social-media platform, offering an initial response to Elon Musk’s poll on whether to reinstate the former president’s account.
Elon Musk Says Twitter Would Reinstate Donald Trump’s Account After Online Poll (Wall Street Journal) The move would broaden the former president’s potential reach days after he declared another run for the White House.
Elon Musk’s Twitter Teeters on the Edge After Another 1,200 Leave (New York Times) Mr. Musk sent emails on Friday asking to learn about Twitter’s underlying technology as key infrastructure teams have been decimated.
Musk summons engineers to Twitter HQ as millions await platform’s collapse (Washington Post) Musk also announced new content moderation rules and the restoration of some accounts, but not Donald Trump’s
Amazon job cuts will continue to 2023, says CEO (Computing) Amazon will continue to engage in buyouts and layoffs next year, according to CEO Andy Jassy.
WSJ News Exclusive | FTX’s Sam Bankman-Fried Cashed Out $300 Million During Funding Spree (Wall Street Journal) Nearly three-quarters of the $420 million that FTX raised in a fundraising blitz last year went to founder Sam Bankman-Fried, who sold some of his personal stake in the company.
With Crypto in Retreat, Central Banks Take a Quantum Leap (Washington Post) In the chaos surrounding the collapse of Sam Bankman-Fried’s empire, it’s easy to lose sight of what has died in this year’s crypto carnage and what lives on. The biggest casualty is “anarcho-capitalism,” championed by engineer Timothy May in the 1990s as cyberspace interactions unconstrained by external regulation, taxation or interference — in short, an absence of government.
The Myth of the Tech God Is Crumbling (Wall Street Journal) Society’s belief that startup founders possess extraordinary powers is harmful to everyday workers and investors.
Why Everything in Tech Seems to Be Collapsing at Once (The Atlantic) The industry is having a midlife crisis.
Tech Industry Layoffs Are Accelerating. What Does That Mean? (Crunchbase News) The first week of November saw about 6,473 tech workers in the U.S. laid off, by our tally — a more than 600% increase from the week before.
Kite is saying farewell – Code Faster with Kite (Code Faster with Kite) From 2014 to 2021, Kite was a startup using AI to help developers write code. We have stopped working on Kite, and are no longer supporting the Kite software. Thank you to everyone who used our product, and thank you to our team members and investors who made this journey possible.
ConnectWise wins two awards at the 37th Annual Cannata Report Awards and Charities Gala (GlobeNewswire News Room) The 2022 Frank Awards honor excellence and innovation in the office technology and services industry…
ConnectWise Named a Winner for 2022 CRN Tech Innovator Award for ConnectWise RMM (GlobeNewswire News Room) TAMPA, Fla., Nov. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ConnectWise, the world’s leading software company dedicated to the success of IT solution providers…
Rite-Solutions Receives Three Navy Contracts Worth $68 Million (Seapower) Middletown, R.I. — Rite-Solutions was recently awarded three contracts by the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport (NUWCDIVNPT), Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) and Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD), the company said in a release. Over the…
What Makes a Good Cybersecurity Professional? (ISACA) A shift into a cyber career can be part of an impactful journey into helping protect the world around us.
Celebrating Neurodiversity: How Companies Can Create Safe Spaces Using Employee Resource Groups (DomainTools) In this blog post, Ian Campbell discusses what it means to be neurodivergent and how organizations can create safe spaces in the form of Employee Resource Groups.
The Metaverse is ‘a grand folly’ say CIOs and Zuckerberg’s actions are ‘terrifying’ (Computing) With criticism coming from IT leaders, investors and the public, is the Metaverse a solution looking for a problem?
Amazon is looking to trim head count through a voluntary buyout program (CNBC) Amazon sent out “voluntary severance” offers to some employees this week as it looks for ways to rein in costs beyond the massive layoffs already announced.
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy says layoffs will continue into next year (CNBC) Amazon will continue to lay off employees in the coming year, CEO Andy Jassy wrote in a memo to workers on Thursday.
The Man Who Helped Sam Bankman-Fried Raise Billions (The Information) Disgraced FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried was known as a prolific venture fundraiser. But he didn’t work alone, leaning on a key lieutenant, Ramnik Arora, to iron out the details once his boss convinced Silicon Valley investors to sink nearly $2 billion into the once red-hot crypto exchange. …
Here Are the Wildest Parts of the New FTX Bankruptcy Filing (Bloomberg) “Never in my career have I seen such a complete failure of corporate controls…”
Congress took millions from FTX. Now lawmakers face a crypto reckoning. (Washington Post) The stunning collapse of the world’s third-largest exchange has forced politicians to grapple with the costs of legislative inaction
New FTX CEO Unwound Enron and Other Major Corporate Failures (Wall Street Journal) The executive tapped to lead FTX through the biggest cryptocurrency bankruptcy in history has helped recover billions of dollars for creditors of Enron, Nortel Networks and others.
New CEO Says FTX Suffered ‘Complete Failure of Corporate Controls’ (Wall Street Journal) FTX suffered a “complete failure of corporate controls” according to the company’s new chief executive who was appointed as part of the crypto exchange’s bankruptcy process.
In a filing to federal bankruptcy court, John J. Ray, who [has helped oversee some of the biggest bankruptcies ever](https://
How FTX Peddled Risky Derivatives—and Let Its Own Traders Run Wild (The Information) Since the stunning FTX collapse, investors in the company have been pushing the narrative that this was a business that looked rock-solid from the outside—so solid, they couldn’t possibly have predicted its downfall. But from day one, FTX offered deeply risky products that fell well outside the …
Security in the digital economy is still in sight (Washington Post) Bad news for a major cryptocurrency exchange isn’t all bad for a digitized economy
Is this the end of crypto? (The Economist) The collapse of FTX has dealt a catastrophic blow to crypto’s reputation and aspirations
Briefing: Twitter Finds a New Head of Trust and Safety (The Information) Twitter executive Ella Irwin will take over as the head of trust and safety, replacing Yoel Roth, a well-known executive who resigned in the wake of Elon Musk’s $44 billion acquisition, according to a source familiar with the move.
Twitter Employees Worry Its Infrastructure Is Hanging by a Thread (The Information) Inside what’s left of the technical teams that keep Twitter running, there’s an unlikely new source of anxiety: the FIFA World Cup. The soccer competition, which begins in Qatar this Sunday, is one of the most-watched media events on the globe, and like most sport events of its kind it is …
Hundreds said to have opted to leave Twitter over Musk ultimatum (Washington Post) The number of likely departures prompted Musk to ease his return-to-office edict and managers to meet to decide which engineers to ask back
Musk’s ‘Hardcore’ Ultimatum Sparks Exodus, Leaving Twitter at Risk (Bloomberg) Musk aims to retain workers, softening work from home policy. Offices to be shut immediately, reopening Monday, memo says.
Hundreds of employees say no to being part of Elon Musk’s ‘extremely hardcore’ Twitter (The Verge) “It will be extremely hard for Twitter to recover from here”
Former Twitter employees fear the platform might only last weeks (MIT Technology Review) An ultimatum by Elon Musk demanding “extremely hardcore” working culture appears to have backfired. Insiders fear this could spell the end without drastic changes.
Twitter ‘closes offices’ after Elon Musk’s loyalty oath sparks wave of resignations (the Guardian) The tech company is struggling to retain workers after Musk demanded employees sign a pledge to work ‘long hours at high intensity’
Elon goes hardcore (Platformer) After demanding the remaining Twitter employees pledge their loyalty, Musk’s product priorities are coming into focus
Dragos Named Among Fastest-Growing Companies in North America for the Second Consecutive Year by the 2022 Deloitte Technology Fast 500™ (Business Wire) Dragos, Inc., the global leader in cybersecurity for industrial controls systems (ICS)/operational technology (OT) environments, today announced it wa
Cybersecurity M&A Roundup for November 1-15, 2022 (SecurityWeek) Twenty-one cybersecurity-related merger and acquisition (M&A) deals were announced in the first half of November 2022.
Cybersecurity: A profession for all age groups (Deccan Herald) The increase in cyber crimes has led to more jobs in the security field, writes Uma Pendyala
I never wanted to be a chief executive and will find a new boss to run Twitter, Elon Musk tells Delaware court (The Telegraph) Tesla boss’ testimony comes as he tells Twitter staff to work ‘hardcore’ hours or quit
‘Three quarters’ of retail Bitcoin investors are in the red (Register) Little fish lured into the market help whales cash out
FTX’s Collapse Leaves Employees Sick With Anger (Wall Street Journal) What started as a dream job turned into a nightmare for employees of the crypto exchange that imploded in spectacular fashion last week.
Why The Theory That Sam Bankman-Fried Laundered Ukraine Aid Makes No Sense (Forbes) Former crypto billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried had plenty of reasons to spend nearly $40 million on the 2022 midterms. Ukraine likely had little to do with it.
Inside the S.B.F. Blast Radius (Puck) The fate of Sam Bankman-Fried is being closely tracked at the highest levels of the Democratic Party, and by the dozens of allied political groups that are either racing to distance themselves from his surname or to find their next check.
Special Report: FTX’s Bankman-Fried begged for a rescue even as he revealed huge holes in firm’s books (Reuters) As customers withdrew billions of dollars from crypto exchange FTX one frantic Sunday this month, founder Sam Bankman-Fried worked the phones in a futile bid to raise $7 billion in emergency funds.
Crypto Lending Seizes Up as FTX Contagion Spreads (The Information) FTX’s bankruptcy is causing the financing plumbing of the crypto industry to seize up, and the fallout is quickly spreading to other high-profile companies, including Genesis and Gemini. At the center of the meltdown is a business known as crypto lending, where firms lure customer deposits of …
Why the Crypto Collapse Matters (New York Times) The failure of the cryptocurrency exchange FTX put the entire industry under scrutiny.
Should the IT channel be targeting casualties of Big Tech layoffs? (CRN) Resellers and MSPs are still hiring. So should they be targeting staff impacted by layoffs at Twitter, Meta and tech-related giants?
10,000 Google Employees Could Be Rated as Low Performers (The Information) As layoffs spread across Silicon Valley, Google has stood out by not cutting employees so far. But as outside pressure builds on the company to improve the productivity of its workers, a new performance management system could help managers push out thousands of underperforming employees …
ArmorCode Secures $14 Million Series A Investment to Scale AppSecOps Platform (PR Newswire) ArmorCode, the leader in AppSecOps, today announced it secured a $14 million Series A investment led by Ballistic Ventures, the venture capital…
BoostSecurity Exits Stealth with $12M in Seed Funding to Build Trust into the Software Supply Chain (Boost Security) Serial entrepreneurs and industry veterans build developer-first automation platform to empower developers to secure software supply chains and ship secure code, at DevOps velocity
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CyberRes Unveils New Managed Security Service Partner Program (Micro Focus) CyberRes Unveils New Managed Security Service Partner Program
Resonate Testing Delivers Training on Testing Processes for Irish Space Companies (Via Satellite) Resonate Testing is offering new training program to deliver specialized training for space companies in Ireland. The industrial testing company announced
Morpheus Space and Kayhan Space Collaborate for Collision Avoidance Subscription (Via Satellite) Propulsion company Morpheus Space and space situational awareness company Kayhan Space recently announced a strategic partnership to offer a collision
HITRUST Addresses Key National Information Security Priorities (HITRUST Alliance) Introduces Cyber Hygiene Assessment and 3rd Party Risk Management Playbook November 14, 2022 – Frisco, Texas, and Las Vegas – HITRUST is announcing resources that address national cyber and information… Read more »
LIGA MX Adopts Incode “Fan ID” Across Stadiums in Mexico (PR Newswire) Incode Technologies Inc., the next-generation identity verification and authentication platform for global enterprises, today announced that…
Solvo Introduces Data Posture Manager to Remediate Sensitive Data Exposure and IAM Policy Violations for Public Cloud Users (PR Newswire) Solvo, provider of adaptive cloud infrastructure security solutions, today announces the general availability of Data Posture Manager, its new…
1Password wants to ditch passwords without locking you in to one platform (Fast Company) Here’s a passwordless system that won’t lock you into one company’s computing platform forever.
Wickr’s free encrypted messaging app is shutting down next year (The Verge) Wickr Me is going away on December 31st, 2023.
New infosec products of the week: November 18, 2022 (Help Net Security) The featured infosec products this week are from: Abnormal Security, Bearer, Clumio, Cohesity, ForgeRock, Keyo, LOKKER, and SecureAuth.
Introducing ReversingLabs Cloud Deep Scan, Protection for Your Cloud File Shares (ReversingLabs) ReversingLabs newest solution, Cloud Deep Scan, can help organizations quickly identify threats in their AWS file shares and storage. We break down our new service for you here.
ESET rolls out new consumer offerings to improve home security (BleepingComputer) ESET’s newest consumer product release has taken a comprehensive approach to security to guard against a full range of threats. While cyberthreats and hackers continue to evolve, ESET is always a step ahead. Here is a look at the new product updates:
Tufin Appoints e92plus as a UK Distributor to Support Channel Growth (Business Wire) Tufin has appointed e92plus to help build its channel presence in the UK.
Tufin Enterprise simplifies cloud segmentation planning and management (Help Net Security) Tufin releases Tufin Enterprise, which includes Tufin’s SecureCloud SaaS solution to simplify cloud segmentation planning and management.
Detectify Launches New Custom Policies Overview for Improved External Attack Surface Management (PR Newswire) Detectify, the External Attack Surface Management platform powered by elite ethical hackers, today announced Custom Policies Overview, a new…
OpenSSF Adopts Microsoft-Built Supply Chain Security Framework (SecurityWeek) OpenSSF has announced the adoption of S2C2F, a Microsoft-built framework defining how open source software can be securely consumed.
BlastWave Enables Secure Access to Cloud Applications with the Latest BlastShield Release (BlastWave) BlastWave’s new BlastShield SaaS Proxy Agent and access logging features expand zero-trust network access (ZTNA) capabilities for secure remote access, site-to-site communications, and cloud application access
Cyera and Wiz Partner to Strengthen Cloud Security with Data Security Posture Management (PR Newswire) Cyera, the data security company, can now seamlessly integrate with Wiz to provide prioritized attack surface minimization and automated…
BCU Adopts BioCatch to Bolster Fraud Detection (PR Newswire) Baxter Credit Union (BCU), a purpose-driven organization that empowers people to discover financial freedom, today announced a partnership with…
Passkeys & 1Password: The future of passwordless (1Password Blog) The passwordless future is rapidly approaching. Soon, 1Password will help you sign in using passkeys, and we’re excited to share a sneak peek with you today.
Revelstoke Upgrades Next Level SOAR Platform with Augmented Automation, Case Management, and User Interface Capabilities – Revelstoke SOAR | Security Orchestration Automation & Response (Revelstoke SOAR | Security Orchestration Automation & Response) Revelstoke, the next-level Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) platform, today announces several new product upgrades to include sub-workflow, case management, and indicators of compromise (IOC) automation. Revelstoke offers Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) and security analysts the only SOAR solution […]
GroupSense Announces Partnership with Colley Intelligence (GroupSense) GroupSense is excited to announce its new partnership with Colley Intelligence, strengthening its offerings to GroupSense’s client base.
Data Theorem Announces New Partnership with AppOmni to Enhance Overall Application Security Posture Management (Business Wire) Data Theorem, Inc., a leading provider of modern application security, today announced a new partnership with AppOmni, the leader in SaaS security. As
Dell Technologies Strengthens Cyber Resiliency with Multicloud Data Protection and Security Innovations (Dell Technologies) Read recent press releases and blog posts about events and activities at Dell Technologies.
Keyfactor Introduces New Workflow Builder and Native EJBCA Integration to Simplify PKI and Certificate Management at Scale (Business Wire) Keyfactor announces platform update that includes native EJBCA Integration and new workflow and automation features.
Detectify Launches New Custom Policies Overview for Improved External Attack Surface Management (Cision) Detectify, the External Attack Surface Management platform powered by elite ethical hackers, today announced Custom Policies Overview, a new tool allowing organizations to quickly and easily enforce custom security policies across the entire attack surface, improving security postures at the speed of business.
AWS Identity and Access Management now supports multiple multi-factor authentication (MFA) devices (Amazon Web Services, Inc.) AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) now supports multiple multi-factor authentication (MFA) devices for root account users and IAM users in your AWS accounts. This provides additional flexibility and resiliency in your security strategy by enabling more than one authentication device per user. You can choose from one or more types of hardware and virtual devices supported by IAM.
Fly Direct Secure Web Gateway (dope.security) No stopovers. No outages. Eliminate the datacenter and perform all security checks directly on the endpoint, providing stronger privacy, reliability, and performance speeds up to 4x faster.
Noname Security Launches Recon to Protect APIs and Critical Assets from Cyber Attacks (Noname Security) Noname Recon is the latest addition to the API Security Platform. With Recon, customers are now able to simulate an attacker performing reconnaissance on an organization’s domains.
DuckDuckGo has opened up its App Tracking Protection beta (The Verge) The free feature blocks third-party trackers within Android apps.
Resecurity® announces partnership with Saudi Cybersecurity Company (Cyber KSA) at Blackhat MEA 2022 (PR Newswire) Resecurity, Inc. (USA), a Los Angeles based cyber security company protecting Fortune 500 companies globally, has partnered with Saudi…
ThreatModeler Launches ThreatModeler Community to Provide Leading Platform for Practitioner Best Practices Conversations (News Direct) ThreatModeler Community offers an array of important resources to enterprises leveraging threat modeling for advanced security and compliance
Onapsis Unveils New and Enhanced Capabilities to Streamline ERP Security for Customers (Onapsis) New features and platform updates offer a better approach to help businesses better navigate the growing enterprise resource planning (ERP) threat landscape
Palo Alto Networks Cortex Xpanse to Supercharge Cyber Defenses for Department of Defense (Palo Alto Networks) Nine-figure deal to provide next generation Internet Operations Management capability SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Teaming to make the world safer and more connected, Palo…
Tufin Simplifies Cloud-Native Segmentation Policy Management and Accelerates Vulnerability Triage with Microsoft Defender for Cloud Integration (Business Wire) Tufin announces Tufin Enterprise, which includes the company’s popular SecureCloud SaaS solution.
SecurityBridge Releases New One-Click SAP Security Patch Automation (Yahoo Finance) SAP security provider SecurityBridge—now operating in the U.S.— today announced its new SecurityBridge Patch Management function for its SAP Security Platform.
Maria Alvarez Joins Alkami Board of Directors (Yahoo) Alkami Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: ALKT) (“Alkami”), a leading cloud-based digital banking solutions provider for banks and credit unions in the U.S., today announced Maria Alvarez will join its distinguished Board of Directors effective January 1, 2023. Alvarez currently serves as VP, AI Platform, Cloud and AI Division at Microsoft Corporation, a technology company, and has served in senior roles at Microsoft since 2011, including as General Manager
Drata Welcomes Adam Aarons as CRO (PR Newswire) Drata, a continuous security and compliance automation platform, today announced Adam Aarons has joined the company as Chief Revenue Officer…
Claroty appoints CJ Radford as global VP of Channels and Alliances (iTWire) Cyber security company Claroty has appointed 15-year IT industry veteran CJ Radford as global vice president of channels and alliances. Claroty says Radford brings over 15 years of experience leading channel sales, alliances, and business development for market-leading cybersecurity solution provide…
CAF Names Vanita Pandey its Chief Marketing Officer, Expanding its Executive Leadership Team (Business Wire) CAF names Vanita Pandey its Chief Marketing Officer, expanding its executive leadership team
NCSC’s Ian Levy to join Amazon as senior executive (The Record by Recorded Future) Dr. Ian Levy, the outgoing technical director at the U.K.’s National Cyber Security Centre, will reportedly be joining Amazon in a senior executive role.
Former MongoDB and TripActions CMO Meagen Eisenberg joins Lacework as Chief Marketing Officer (PR Newswire) Lacework®, the data-driven cloud security company, today announced Meagen Eisenberg as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). A veteran technology…
Lacework Appoints Andrew Casey as Chief Financial Officer (PR Newswire) Lacework®, the data-driven cloud security company, today announced the appointment of industry veteran Andrew Casey as Chief Financial Officer….
Pathlock Expands Leadership Team with Appointment of CRO to Fuel Next Stage of Growth (PR Newswire) Pathlock, the leading provider of application security and controls automation for critical business applications, today announced the…
Barracuda strengthens channel leadership team with appointment of Jason Beal as VP Worldwide Partner Ecosystems (PR Newswire) Barracuda, a trusted partner and leading provider of cloud-first security solutions today announced Jason Beal as its new Vice President,…
Defense, Intelligence, and Cybersecurity Expert Teresa Shea Joins Cigent Board of Directors (Cigent Technology Inc.) Teresa Shea, a renowned defense, intelligence, and cybersecurity expert, joined the Cigent® Technology, Inc. Board of Directors. Cigent offers a new approach to data security for organizations of all sizes to stop ransomware and data theft, as well as achieve compliance.