Some industry groups have expressed serious reservations over the ability to decrypt and inspect traffic for troubleshooting and possible malware using TLS 1.3.
Foresite has partnered with venture capital company Elsewhere Partners - a growth-stage venture capital firm investing in business software companies - to accelerate and expand their service offering.
DigiCert has completed its acquisition of the QuoVadis Group from a Swiss cyber security and IoT company, WISeKey. QuoVadis is a Qualified Trust Service Provider (TSP) in the European Union (EU) and Switzerland.
VPN services provider BitLaunch has announced full anonymity for VPS hosting accounts at popular cloud providers including DigitalOcean, Vultr and Linode by accepting Bitcoin and ten other crypto-currencies as payment.
Global network and endpoint security provider Sophos has acquired cloud infrastructure security company Avid Secure – a provider of AI-based cloud security analytics, compliance, and a DevSecOps platform, for end-to-end protection in public cloud services such as AWS, Azure, and Google.
DevOps teams’ increasing use of containers to accelerate software development and deployment has added complexity for security teams. That’s why 94 percent of companies with over 100 employees acknowledge they are concerned about container security.
Nasdaq-listed cyber security company Radware has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire bot management solutions provider, ShieldSquare. The transaction is expected to close during the first quarter of 2019.
Illumio has announced full availability of its PCE Supercluster - designed for enterprise-scale real-time application dependency mapping and micro-segmentation deployments.
More than 150 million domains are now using Let's Encrypt's tls certificates. As Let's Encrypt is expecting significant further growth in 2019, it would be likely to expect a growth this year up to 215 million fully qualified domains.
Webroot, a threat intelligence service that is used by market leading companies like Cisco, F5 Networks, Citrix, Aruba, Palo Alto Networks, and A10 Networks, has announced the nineteenth consecutive quarter of double-digit, year-over-year company growth. Webroot now serves more than 13,300 managed service providers (MSPs) globally, up from 10,200 MSPs at the end of its first quarter in 2018.
Cyber 2.0, a cyber security firm headquartered in Israel, has introduced their first open hacker challenge in the United States. The hacker challenge will take place at Valentine’s Day in 2019, at Georgia Tech Research Institute.
Israel-based Essence Group, a global provider of IoT connected-living solutions for communication, security and healthcare service providers, has announced the launch of a new cyber-security company, SigmaDots. The new company is bringing blockchain-based cybersecurity to the IoT ecosystem.
Zscaler has received Authorization to Operate at the Moderate Impact level under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program for its Zscaler Internet Access-Government ‘Internet and web gateway’ solution.
To protect the good reputation the Netherlands has as a digital mainport, branch organizations DHPA and ISPConnect, in cooperation with many other relevant institutions, have published a code of conduct to handle online abuse and keep Dutch networks and servers clean and safe.