The 12th annual Innovation Sandbox Contest at RSA Conference is now accepting submissions to name the “RSAC Most Innovative Startup 2017.” Past winners include successful companies such as Sourcefire, Imperva, Waratek, and most recently Phantom. In 2017, in addition to the flagship contest, Innovation and Entrepreneur Seminars aimed at entrepreneurs and interested attendees will offer sessions to learn more about validating a good idea, finding funding and launching a company. Additionally, RSA Conference will host … More
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This week, the world’s leading industrial Internet companies and experts gathered at the Fira de Barcelona for the IoT Solutions World Congress (IoTSWC) in order to showcase solutions for industries across different sectors. 8,000 participants discussed how the industrial Internet is radically transforming industry as we know it, and the benefits these technologies are bringing to companies and consumers alike. Here are photos from the show floor, the featured companies include: Dell, IBM, Intel, Kaspersky … More
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A series of reports over the summer have shown not only that cybercrime is more persistent than ever, but there are also more opportunities. The growth of technology, digitalisation, computer networks and the integrated nature of business, with its worldwide supply chains and customer relationships, has brought with it a whole range of new ways for cyber criminals to attack corporations and governments alike. Keep your company safe and join the 2nd Global Cyber Security … More
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Users who want to be warned each time their Mac’s camera and microphone are switched on – either by a legitimate process or, more importantly, by malware – can try out OverSight, a free tool created by Patrick Wardle. Wardle, who’s Director of Research at Synack but also likes to write OS X tools in his free time, is scheduled to present the tool today at the Virus Bulletin conference in Denver, along with his … More
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Yesterday at LinuxCon in Berlin, The Linux Foundation announced that the OpenChain Project has established its first set of requirements and best practices for consistent free and open source software (FOSS) management processes in the open source software supply chain. The OpenChain Specification 1.0 aims to facilitate greater quality and consistency of open source compliance to help reduce duplication of effort caused by lack of standardization and transparency throughout professional open source organizations. Goals and … More
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