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NETWORK THREAT DETECTION
Frost & Sullivan | January 24, 2022
Frost & Sullivan has awarded SecureThings.ai the 2020 Technology Innovation Leadership Award based on their recent analysis of the Indian automotive cybersecurity solutions market. By providing continuous vehicle monitoring to detect unknown behaviors and threats, the company takes a holistic approach to solve cybersecurity risks in connected vehicles. SecureThings sets itself apart from the competition with its comprehensive, multi-layer, in-depth defense cybersecurity solutions for electri...
DATA SECURITY,PLATFORM SECURITY,SOFTWARE SECURITY
Qumulo, Inc. | November 11, 2022
Qumulo, the radically simple way to manage petabyte-scale data anywhere, today announced the launch of the company’s new corporate security initiative “Simply Secure,” a multi-layered approach designed to protect data across multiple points of vulnerability. Qumulo’s “Simply Secure” initiative is meant to help organizations minimize the risk of business disruption and protect their data from theft or loss with a complete suite of security features that continu...
CyberCube | March 01, 2022
CyberCube, a leading provider of software as a service (SaaS) insurance core systems, said today that it has teamed with Duck Creek Technologies (Nasdaq: DCT) to streamline the underwriting of cyber insurance policies.
CyberCube's Risk Scoring Analytics application programming interface (API) will be integrated into Duck Creek Policy, the award-winning underwriting platform, as part of the agreement. This means that CyberCube will automatically scan and score hazards entered i...
Mybusiness | March 11, 2020
As Australian businesses continue to move their operations online, large corporations and small to medium enterprises (SMEs) alike are grappling with increasingly savvy cyber attacks. According to Business Victoria, such attacks can cost businesses an average of $276,000 to detect, recover, and repair. SMEs are particularly vulnerable, with some sources suggesting that as much as 43% of all cyber attacks in Australia target smaller businesses. Against this backdrop, it’s critical that busi...
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