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Emergency Presidential Alerts can be spoofed, researchers warn

Spurred by the panic-inducing fake alarm about an inbound ballistic missile received by Hawaii residents in January 2018, a group of researchers from University of Colorado Boulder wanted to check whether attackers could spoof Presidential Alerts, which are delivered to all capable phones in the United States via the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) program. 418 more words

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You don’t just acquire a company, but also its cybersecurity posture

53% of IT and business decision makers report their organization has encountered a critical cybersecurity issue or incident during a M&A deal that put the deal into jeopardy, a Forescout survey reveals. 604 more words

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How much risk small businesses really pose to supply chain cybersecurity?

50% of large enterprises view third-party partners of any size as a cybersecurity risk, but only 14% have experienced a breach as the result of a small business partner, while 17% have been breached as the result of working with a larger partner, according to ISC2. 577 more words

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Most widely adopted digital solutions? Big data, cloud and CRM

More than 85% of companies are implementing digital transformation processes, compared to the 15% who admitted not having started their path towards digitalization yet, Zigurat Innovation School reveals. 359 more words

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Threat Stack expands its host-level support for Windows Server OS

Threat Stack, the leader in cloud security and compliance for infrastructure and applications, announced it has expanded its host-level support to include Windows Server OS. 219 more words

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Edgeworx new Eclipse ioFog software release makes any Kubernetes distribution edge-aware

Edgeworx announced a new Eclipse ioFog software release that makes any Kubernetes distribution edge-aware, allowing customers to create a true cloud-to-edge continuum and deploy applications and microservices from the cloud to any edge device. 460 more words

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UltraSoC closes a £5m funding round to grow its worldwide operations

UltraSoC announced plans to substantially grow its worldwide operations to address emerging opportunities in the cybersecurity, high-reliability and safety-critical systems markets.

This latest expansion follows the successful closing of a £5m equity funding round, in which cybersecurity-focused venture capital firm eCAPITAL, and Seraphim Capital, a specialist investor in the space ecosystem, joined existing UltraSoC investors Indaco Venture Partners, Octopus Ventures, Oxford Capital, Techgate, and business angel Guillaume d’Eyssautier. 597 more words

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