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Baltic Cyber Security Forum 2019
BALTIC CYBER SECURITY FORUM 2019
May 29-29, 2019
Baltic Cyber Security Forum is an Independent IT security event. It will be organized for the sixth time in Vilnius, Lithuania. On Autumn of 2018th the Forum came back with a success after one year break. The fact that our Partners and Participants haven’t forget BCSF, inspired us to continue ...

IT Web Security Summit 2019
IT WEB SECURITY SUMMIT 2019
May 27-31, 2019
In an increasingly connected, digital world, cyber security threats are constantly evolving and increasing in number and sophistication. Security professionals need to be up to speed with the latest technologies, techniques and skills for predicting and mitigating potentially crippling cyber-attacks...

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Amazon strives to be Earth's most customer-centric company where people can find and discover virtually anything they want to buy online. By giving customers more of what they want - low prices, vast selection, and convenience - Amazon continues to grow and evolve as a world-class e-commerce platform. Founded by Jeff Bezos, the Amazon.com website started in 1995 as a place to buy books because of the unique customer experience the Web could offer book lovers. Bezos believed that only the Internet could offer customers the convenience of browsing a selection of millions of book titles in a single sitting. During the first 30 days of business, Amazon fulfilled orders for customers in 50 states and 45 countries - all shipped from his Seattle-area garage.

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Around a fifth of all web traffic last year was linked to malicious bot activity, with financial services hit more than any other sector, according to Distil Networks. The security vendor compiled its 2019 Bad Bot Report from analysis of a global network covering thousands of anonymized domains. It claimed to have discovered hundreds of billions of “bad bot” requests across this network, enabling large-scale, automated malicious activity including: web scraping, competitive data mini...
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Google today moved into on-premises data centers and across clouds — including competitors Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure — with Anthos, its hybrid-cloud platform. “If you are using multiple cloud environments, Anthos is the choice for you,” said Google CEO Sundar Pichai, during the opening keynote at Google Cloud Next. Anthos, which is based on Kubernetes and fully managed by Google, runs on premises and supports multiple clouds including AWS and Azure. Th...
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Cloud security company Bitglass closed a $70 million Series D funding round bringing its total haul to $150 million. New investor Quadrille Capital and existing investors Future Fund, New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Norwest, and Singtel Innov8 participated. Bitglass CEO Nat Kausik said the new capital will be used to add more engineers and expand distribution of its cloud access security broker (CASB) product. He also sees an initial public offering (IPO) in the 6-year-old startup’s futur...
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Previewed at its Frontiers conference last September, Slack says Enterprise Key Management (EKM) is now available. EKM gives Slack’s Enterprise Grid customers better control over sensitive data in messages, files and comments. Slack, best known for its messaging and collaboration features, said EKM will let large organizations connect and manage all of their Slack channels and give them control of the keys used to encrypt and decrypt their messages and files. “Slack already encrypts ...
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Despite Austin’s South by Southwest (SXSW) conference and festival being largely focused on film and music, 2020 presidential candidates arrived in Texas ready to talk about data privacy and cybersecurity. On March 8, Sen. Elizabeth Warren made headlines for her promise to break up big tech companies such as Amazon, Google, Facebook and Apple, while Sen. Amy Klobuchar proposed reforming antitrust laws and the possibility of taxing technology companies that profit from consumer data. In an ...
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EVENTS

Baltic Cyber Security Forum 2019
BALTIC CYBER SECURITY FORUM 2019
May 29-29, 2019
Baltic Cyber Security Forum is an Independent IT security event. It will be organized for the sixth time in Vilnius, Lithuania. On Autumn of 2018th the Forum came back with a success after one year break. The fact that our Partners and Participants haven’t forget BCSF, inspired us to continue ...

IT Web Security Summit 2019
IT WEB SECURITY SUMMIT 2019
May 27-31, 2019
In an increasingly connected, digital world, cyber security threats are constantly evolving and increasing in number and sophistication. Security professionals need to be up to speed with the latest technologies, techniques and skills for predicting and mitigating potentially crippling cyber-attacks...