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Infosecurity | January 16, 2020
The London Office for Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement (LORCA) has announced the 20 scale-ups selected to join its fourth cohort of cyber-innovators. The latest group is LORCA’s largest and most international yet – including companies from the UK, Israel, Spain, Switzerland, Denmark, Singapore and the US – using technologies such as automation and quantum to protect UK industry against the latest threats. LORCA is hosted and delivered by Plexal at Here East in London’s Que...
Futurex | November 17, 2021
Record sales expected in 2021, along with hackers; Futurex recommends point-to-point encryption for retailers to protect cardholder data
BULVERDE, Texas, November 17, 2021 — As we enter the biggest retail season of the year, transactions are increasing, as are the numbers of hackers and skimmers — targeting shoppers’ cardholder data. The last thing retailers need to worry about is cyber threats that le...
HUB Security | December 17, 2021
HUB Security, a secure computing solutions provider, announced today its Docker Digital Twin product to better protect, authenticate, and verify traffic created by Docker, a highly used platform for package containment.
The HUB Security Docker Digital Twin enforces access control and provides governance processes, such as approvals for sensitive actions, on incoming Docker traffic. It blocks attack vectors involving the loss or theft of credentials, vulnerabilities, and unauthoriz...
SC Magazine | April 14, 2020
For the second consecutive month Microsoft rolled out a 100-plus batch of security updates for Patch Tuesday, this time including three vulnerabilities being exploited in the wild. Overall, the month saw 113 vulnerabilities addressed with 19 critical issues patched. The three currently exploited vulnerabilities are CVE-2020-1020, CVE-2020-0938, CVE-2020-0968 and CVE-2020-1027. The first two were initially disclosed on March 23 and can be found in the Adobe Font Manager Library and can lead to re...
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