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tripwire | January 31, 2021
Digital assaults that lead to information penetrates are getting progressively basic in all ventures, yet there are particular kinds of organizations that are more helpless than others. The cordiality business specifically is perhaps the most probable enterprises to be focused by cybercriminals notwithstanding retail and account.
It just bodes well that the movement business would be a particularly tempting objective for malevolent entertainers. All things considered, what number ...
Group-IB | August 13, 2021
Group-IB, one of the leading providers of solutions dedicated to detecting and preventing cyberattacks, identifying online fraud, investigation of high-tech crimes and intellectual property protection, has been named one of the leaders in the global cyber threat intelligence market by Frost & Sullivan. According to "Frost Radar: Global Cyber Threat Intelligence Market, 2021," Group-IB with its proprietary Threat Intelligence & Attribution (TI&A) platform is one of the most ...
Darktrace | May 10, 2021
Darktrace, a leading autonomous cybersecurity AI firm, revealed today that it has partnered with tech giant Microsoft. The collaboration provides joint customers with enterprise-scale, self-learning AI that identifies and reacts to cyber-threats autonomously.
This partnership expands Darktrace's self-learning artificial intelligence for cybersecurity within Microsoft environments, such as Microsoft 365 and cloud apps like Azure Sentinel. When companies and workforces around th...
Infosecurity | March 13, 2020
America has abandoned plans to introduce an Israeli-made missile system over fears that it may not be cyber-secure. The US Army spent $373m on the purchase of two batteries of Iron Dome missiles last year. Plans to spend a further $600m on two new batteries and Iron Dome components by 2023 have now been scrapped after Israel reportedly refused to hand over the system's source code. Without access to the source code, the army cannot integrate the batteries with its other air defense systems. ...
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