prnewswire | September 08, 2020
Cybersecurity software provider RevBits today has announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued U.S. Patent No.US10579542B2 covering technology which provides the security of zero-knowledge encryption for data in transit and at rest, while providing the ease and efficiency of implementation of encryption within the user's browser. "As part of our ongoing commitment to provide our customers with the most advanced cybersecurity software solutions to protect their most valuable assets, we are continuously investing to improve the internal security of our solutions.
AppViewX | May 04, 2021
AppViewX, the leader in next-gen machine identity management via automation and application delivery automation, today announced the appointment of Tammy Moskites, CEO and founding father of CyAlliance®, as Executive Board Advisor. Tammy joins the AppViewX planning board to supply strategic cybersecurity guidance to customers and across go-to-market channels to drive awareness, growth, and customer success.
With over 30 years of technology experience, security acumen and leadership Tammy may be a result-driven and passionate executive who helped create the Machine Identity Management market category and enterprise requirements to raised govern keys and certificates. As a distinguished career CISO, Tammy actively guides peer CISOs and security architects worldwide to assist defend their organizations from cyber attacks, unplanned outages, and failed audits. Tammy has previously held executive security and technology leadership roles at Accenture, Venafi, Time Warner Cable, and residential Depot.
"We're delighted to possess Tammy Moskites to join AppViewX as an Executive Board Advisor," said Gregory Webb, AppViewX CEO. As cryptographic keys and certificates became the critical infrastructure for DevOps, SecOps, and NetOps, the importance of Machine Identity Management to an organization's overall security posture and digital transformation has become a top priority. As a highly experienced and influential executive, Tammy will add significant value to our team. Her experience as a successful career CISO is invaluable to us as we still accelerate growth and supply the foremost comprehensive, next-gen machine identity management solution for global enterprises."
Tammy may be a highly recognized cyber and ladies in technology social influencer. Amongst the various things she is involved in, she may be a Ventture Advisor to YL Ventures, a Distinguished Fellow with the Ponemon Institute, and volunteers her time with many technology organizations. She is an internationally recognized keynote/speaker, not only on security and governance but also on career building, women in technology, and leadership mentoring. She is currently an executive company board advisor to Blue Lava, Raxis, RiskIQ, and SecureAuth and a seed investor at Grip Security.
"I was an early voice, champion, and adopter of what's now, Machine Identity Management, which dates back nearly 10 years," said Tammy Moskites, Executive Board Advisor at AppViewX. "As a career CISO, I even have always had a passion and expressed the need to manage your keys and certificates and shared that zeal worldwide. I even have certainly been excited to observe the expansion and maturity during this cybersecurity space as an entire. I feel that AppViewX is maturing Machine Identity Management and also within the areas of IoT Key/Certificate Lifecycle Automation, PKI Management/PKIaaS, and Application Delivery Automation. I'm truly impressed by their dedication, focus, and most significantly, their passion for 'doing the proper things right' – which has allowed them to require Machine Identity and Automation to a subsequent level! I'm super excited to be an Executive Board Advisor at AppViewX and appearance forward to their partnership with CyAlliance® and welcome them to our Cy'Alliance' portfolio of partners!"
According to Gartner's Top Security and Risk Management Trends for 2021, Machine identity Management may be a top trend for 2021. "Machine identity management aims to determine and manage trust within the identity of a machine interacting with other entities, like devices, applications, cloud services, or gateways. Increased numbers of nonhuman entities are now present in organizations, which suggests managing machine identities has become an important part of the safety strategy."
AppViewX is revolutionizing the way NetOps and DevSecOps teams deliver Machine Identity Management and Application Delivery Automation solutions services to Enterprise IT. The AppViewX Platform may be a modular software application that permits the automation and orchestration of network infrastructure using an intuitive, context-aware, visual workflow. It quickly and simply translates business requirements into automation workflows that improve agility, enforces compliance, eliminate errors, and reduce cost. AppViewX customers are among the world's most demanding Fortune 1000 organizations in financial services and banking, healthcare, oil and gas, manufacturing, and high tech.
GetApp | September 29, 2021
GetApp, a recommendation engine that helps SMBs make informed software purchasing decisions, released findings from its 2021 Data Security Report. The results reveal that, regardless of industry, information security incidents have become more of a targeted threat for businesses, increasing in amount and efficacy.
Of all the security incidents identified by over 900 surveyed employees at U.S. businesses, the three most threatening incidents were: increasingly severe ransomware attacks, more effective phishing schemes, and rampant reusing of passwords.
Respondents reported phishing emails have nearly tripled in effectiveness over the past two years. Phishing emails are rapidly becoming more difficult to spot and thus far more destructive.
Over the past year, ransomware attacks have increased by 25%. Ransom demands were significantly higher than average for businesses in specific industries, such as banking and financial services and construction, with higher payouts.
The report found that password reuse is strongly associated with higher incidences of security breaches. Reported account takeovers were three times as common among people who reuse passwords as those who don’t.
Data security threats are becoming more targeted to individual victims, whether that’s a phishing scheme aimed at a specific person or ransomware attacks on a particular company.Companies must redouble security training efforts and fortify their networks to protect against today’s increasingly sophisticated cybercriminals.
Zach Capers, senior analyst at GetApp.
Alarmingly, 23% of the IT security managers surveyed say their company doesn’t have protocols in place to report a suspected cyberattack and 33% don’t have a formal cybersecurity incident response plan. Read the in-depth report for further insight regarding sensitive data, cyberattacks, and how your industry is keeping up with data security needs.
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GetApp’s 2021 Data Security Survey was conducted from August 20 to August 24 among 973 respondents to learn more about data security at U.S. businesses. Respondents were screened for full-time employment and 90 identified as their organization’s IT security manager.