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Fusion Connect | July 22, 2022
Fusion Connect, a leading provider of managed security and collaboration services, has launched a comprehensive security offering with a new endpoint management and security service that allows businesses to identify, control, and secure devices and applications at a time when security threats continue to disrupt companies globally.
The new portfolio enables organizations to better understand the complete picture of their security risks and take action to mitigate them. Fusion Con...
DATA SECURITY, ENTERPRISE IDENTITY, ENTERPRISE SECURITY
Salt Security | October 28, 2022
Salt Security, the leading API security company, today announced additions to the leadership team to support growth in employees and customers worldwide. Salt has established two new executive leadership roles, naming Renee Hollinger as Chief People Officer and Amelia Forrest Kaye as Vice President of Customer Success. Both Hollinger and Kaye will play pivotal roles in supporting the company's operations and expanding global customer base.
Over the past 12 months, Salt Securit...
Cyber Security Cloud Inc. | June 01, 2021
Cyber Security Cloud Inc. (CSC), the world’s leading innovator in cyber threat intelligence and AI-driven web security, announced today that its WafCharm service fully manages AWS WAF operations and automatically optimizes rules for AWS WAF to assist in addressing web-related cyber attacks against business and critical government infrastructure, which are increasing globally. WafCharm is the only service on the market that builds, tests, and tunes AWS WAF rules automatically and continuous...
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. ...
DATA SECURITY, PLATFORM SECURITY
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