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After CES, 2017 Will Finally Bring Reliable IoT Cybersecurity Products – Forbes

Forbes After CES, 2017 Will Finally Bring Reliable IoT Cybersecurity ProductsForbesWhile the bad news is that it will happen again and by a more malicious agent than the alleged US teenager that did it this time, the good news is that there were some smart companies at CES that were …

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Microsoft Ventures backs Illusive Networks, a cybersecurity firm that protects with deception – TechCrunch

Illusive Networks, a cybersecurity startup based out of Israel that protects networks by building “deception” frameworks to identify and trap malicious hackers, is today announcing that it has added Microsoft Ventures — the software giant’s young investment arm — as its newest strategic investor. In keeping with the its name and purpose in …

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Week ahead: Early questions for Trump on cybersecurity – The Hill

President Trump says Monday will be day one of his administration, and right off the bat he’ll face questions about his cybersecurity policy. Here’s what cybersecurity experts will be looking at as the new administration gets to work and its policies take shape.   What happens to the Department of …

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IBM to use AI to help banks with cybersecurity – Business Insider – Business Insider

BI Intelligence This story was delivered to BI Intelligence “Fintech Briefing” subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. IBM launched its IBM Watson for Cyber Security program in beta on Tuesday, and announced that it already has 40 clients signed up, including global leaders in the banking and insurance industries.  Companies …

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In Cyber Security We Trust — How Stakeholders Gauge Value – Forbes

Forbes In Cyber Security We Trust — How Stakeholders Gauge ValueForbesJake Olcott is Vice President of Business Development at BitSight Technologies. He served as cyber security attorney to the Senate Commerce Committee and House Homeland Security Committee. He previously managed a cyber security consulting practice … and more » Source link

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IBM to use AI to help banks with cybersecurity – Business Insider

BI Intelligence This story was delivered to BI Intelligence “Fintech Briefing” subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. IBM launched its IBM Watson for Cyber Security program in beta on Tuesday, and announced that it already has 40 clients signed up, including global leaders in the banking and insurance industries.  Companies …

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Let The Experts Be Your Guides: Cybersecurity For Companies In … – Forbes

Let The Experts Be Your Guides: Cybersecurity For Companies In …ForbesCybersecurity is at the top of the agenda today in many boardrooms and executive suites. and more » Source link

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Influential Republican lawmaker proposes new cybersecurity-focused agency – FedScoop

Michael McCaul said the launch of such an agency will be one of his highest priorities in 2017. U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas — cc 2.0 This report first appeared on CyberScoop. House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul announced plans Wednesday to push for the creation of a new …

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Obama's got a new cybersecurity plan, but what's the point? – Engadget

The report, which identified six key issues for improving the cybersecurity of the US as a whole, is meaningless without the buy-in of the next administration. “The commission considers this report a direct memo to the next president,” it states. “It is critical that the next president and his administration …

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Cybersecurity, hacking and influencing elections – Jamaica Observer

Cybersecurity, hacking and influencing elections Sunday, December 11, 2016     Not unexpectedly, cybersecurity over confidential information stored on computers and transmitted over the Internet is a growing issue. Government and private data storage and transmission are vulnerable to ‘hackers’ ranging from individuals motivated by perverse satisfaction, companies stealing …

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