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prnewswire | January 05, 2021
Owl Cyber Defense Solutions, LLC ("Owl"), a worldwide market pioneer in online protection arrangements and administrations for safeguarding network limits and empowering secure information sharing across areas, reported today the obtaining of the Trident Assured Collaboration Systems ("ACS") product offering. ACS has the solitary U.S. government-affirmed Voice over IP ("VoIP") and Video Teleconference ("VTC") Cross Domain Solution ("CDS") just as...
CompTIA | October 12, 2021
CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the global information technology (IT) industry, today expanded the CompTIA ISAO (Information Sharing and Analysis Organization) to the United Kingdom to serve as the focal point for dealing with cyber-threats to technology vendors, MSPs, solution providers, integrators, distributors, and business technology consultants.
We are in a time of unprecedented and malicious hacking activity, much of which is targeted specifically at t...
globenewswire | August 24, 2020
The global cyber security market value is expected to reach USD 281.74 billion by 2027, from its current standing at USD 112.01 billion. According to the report by Fortune Business Insights, titled “Cyber Security Market Size, Share & Industry Analysis, By Solution (Network Security, Cloud Application Security, End-point Security, Secure Web Gateway, Internet Security and Others), By Deployment Type (Cloud and On Premise), By Enterprise Size (Small & Medium Enterprise and Large Ent...
securitymagazine | February 11, 2020
When California Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 327 on September 28, California became the first state to enact legislation expressly governing cybersecurity measures that must be employed by manufacturers of Internet-connected “smart” devices, collectively known as the Internet of Things (IoT). The law, to be codified at California Civil Code Sections 1798.91.04–06, became effective on January 1, 2020. The new law applies to any “manufacturer of a connected devic...
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