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prnewswire | October 07, 2020
CyberSecure IPS and Tellabs have announced a global, go-to-market partnership with far-reaching consequences for the network technology and security industries. As part of the alliance, CyberSecure's Unified Cyber-Physical Protection will be added to the portfolio of Enterprise, Broadband and Network products and services offered by Tellabs. Tellabs clients, including service providers, government agencies, hospitals, schools, and residences, will now have the option to complement indu...
prnewswire | October 28, 2020
Green Hills Software, the worldwide leader in embedded safety and security, announced today it has adopted the two new international security standards and regulations for automotive cybersecurity – ISO/SAE 21434 and UNECE WP.29 for the INTEGRITY real-time operating system (RTOS) and associated products and services. For decades, Green Hills has been an industry-recognized leader helping electronics manufacturers create and deploy embedded systems at the highest levels of safety and ...
DATA SECURITY, ENTERPRISE IDENTITY
Cybeats | September 29, 2022
Cybeats Technologies Inc., a leading software supply chain risk and security technology provider announces a strategic partnership with Veracode, a leading global provider of application security testing solutions.
The partnership will leverage complementary expertise to ensure customers receive the highest standard of cybersecurity solutions. Cybeats' software supply chain security product, SBOM Studio, will be available to customers through Veracode Partners, and the compani...
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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