businesswire | December 07, 2020
Heavenly Cyber, the main insightful cutting edge security activities stage fueled by Open XDR, declared today that its originator and SVP Engineering Aimei Wei was named a finalist for the Cyber Security Award for Woman of the Year. The Cyber Security Award is a global rivalry, and Aimei was named a finalist from among many ladies that submitted.
The Cyber Security Awards were set up in 2014 to remunerate the best people, groups and organizations inside the network safety industry. An absolutely free occasion, the Cyber Security Awards isn't partnered with any magazines, associations, or items, so its appointed authorities settle on the entirety of their choices on legitimacy alone.
Heavenly Cyber's examination, discovery and reaction stage gives investigators 360-degree perceivability over the whole assault surface through standardized and improved metadata from ANY source. It diminishes assault recognition time from days to continuous, permitting improved asset allotment for different undertakings. Pre-constructed detections improve investigator skillsets, empowering them to distinguish and react to complex dangers and making them unquestionably more profitable by drastically decreasing alarm weariness. It is likewise simple to utilize, fusing numerous local security abilities through a solitary comfort with an instinctive client experience, and empowers clients to nightfall independent apparatuses to diminish authorizing expenses and unpredictability.
“Our solution helps security operations professionals stop, block and remediate cyberthreats wherever they occur, helping to eliminate alert fatigue and allowing them to be more productive with other projects as well as reducing the time hackers are in their environment,” said Aimei Wei, co-founder and EVP Engineering at Stellar Cyber. “I’m happy to have been named a finalist for this award.”
SixThirty | September 02, 2021
SixThirty today announced the appointment of David Fairman and Dustin Wilcox as Partners and Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs)-in-Residence. Together, Fairman and Wilcox will offer seasoned cyber expertise and guidance to SixThirty's portfolio of early stage fintech, insurtech, privacy and digital health companies.
"As the velocity and sophistication of cyber-attacks and data breaches rise exponentially across the globe, security practices and controls must be designed and integrated into the fabric of our investments from the ground up. No longer can solutions have security bolted on as an afterthought." said Atul Kamra, SixThirty's Managing Partner. He continues, "In an age of rapid digital transformation, speed to adoption and speed to market are all the rage, but the underappreciated factor in scaling enterprise technology start-ups is speed to trust."
The creation of these roles will allow SixThirty to accelerate trust, cross-pollinating cyber risk and privacy capabilities across the entire portfolio as Wilcox and Fairman work directly with entrepreneurs pre and post-investment.
"In partnering with SixThirty, we will help ensure that resilient and secure enterprise technology solutions are brought to market, ultimately helping deliver solutions that make a positive impact across the global cyber security industry," Fairman said.
Focusing on security controls across the entire portfolio will also generate greater returns in the long run. Wilcox states, "Investing in more secure solutions will result in a more sustainable portfolio. As CISOs-in-Residence, we'll ensure we're bringing value both to SixThirty's portfolio companies, and to its investors."
Fairman currently serves as Chief Security Officer (CSO) for Netskope APAC, the world's fastest-growing private cybersecurity firm. He was previously CSO at National Australia Bank. Wilcox is Vice-President and CISO for Anthem, a Fortune 30 global leader in managed healthcare. He previously served as Vice-President and CISO for Centene Corporation.ac
NexusTek | July 29, 2021
A national provider of complete IT outsourcing solutions and managed IT services to businesses across the U.S., NexusTek, has announced it has released plans for new managed cybersecurity to bring the essential protection businesses need for hybrid and distant employees. The three plans, detection, providing managed protection, and response to cyber threats, provide diverse levels of safety that are tailor-made for all businesses.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the worldwide migration to a remote workforce has augmented cyber risks such as uncatalogued endpoints, delayed or unpatched devices, and unsecure networks. Cybercriminals exploit such unstable times and susceptible employees, and thus, social engineering attacks have increased.
This new managed cybersecurity plan further widens NexusTek's commitment to clients, enhancing their cyber resilience and security posture against escalating cyber threats. Additionally, companies of all sizes can effortlessly select the tactic that best suits their requirements and objectives. The pre-packaged plans comprise the up-to-date security requirements every business needs.
a national provider of managed IT services and complete IT outsourcing solutions and trusted by thousands of businesses for over two decades, NexusTek, offers a complete portfolio including cloud, end-user services, cybersecurity, infrastructure, and IT consulting. 24/7/365 domestically-staffed support team of NexusTek designs holistic technology solutions to progress business productivity, operational efficiency, continuity, and cost-effectiveness for companies across Canada, the U.S., the United Kingdom, and Mexico.