) - Onapsis , the global experts in business-critical application security, has appointed security expert Chris Wysopal to its Board of Advisors . Wysopal is the CTO and CISO of cloud-based application security firm Veracode, which he co-founded ... Industrial Info Financials, 1 month ago
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Security in the Modern World: The ITProPortal Report available for download now: Chris Wysopal, co-founder, CISO and CTO at Veracode discusses why the health service needs to celebrate its cyber-successes if it's to succeed in building ...ITProPortal.com, 5 days ago
'The issue is bigger than hackers maliciously targeting individual cars' With self-drive pods being tested in Milton Keynes and Coventry and driverless cars ruled as okay for testing on UK roads earlier this year, it's clear the British government ...Information Age, 3 days ago
In yet another case that underscores the risks involved with employee mobile devices, a new study reveals that the average large enterprise has approximately 2,400 unsafe applications installed in its mobile environment. The researchers found ...Infosec Island, 4 days ago An average global enterprise has more than 2,400 unsafe mobile applications, finds study Dataquest, 6 days ago Large global firms use more than 2,000 apps apiece Computer Business Review, 2 weeks ago Average Large Enterprise Is Riddled with 2,400 Dodgy Mobile Apps: Veracode Datamation, 2 weeks ago
Apple is popular, but hardly the only brand of smartphone or tablet wielded by today's mobile workforces. Barracuda, a Campbell, Calif.-based provider of cloud-based security and storage services for businesses, announced today that its ...Datamation, 1 week ago
If you've got a "C" at the beginning of your professional title, you're at the top, or pretty close to it. That, at least, is the perception of most people below the "C-suite" in an organization. But, there is a hierarchy in the C-suite as ...Computerworld India, 1 week ago
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Microsoft Corp has warned Windows PC users they are vulnerable to attacks exploiting the recently uncovered 'Freak' security weakness. — Reuters pic BOSTON, March 7 — Hundreds of millions of Windows PC users are vulnerable to attacks exploiting ...Malay Mail, 2 weeks ago 'Freak' security flaw also threatens PCs, Microsoft says read comments CBC, 3 weeks ago Microsoft warns Windows PCs also vulnerable to "Freak" attacks CNBC, 3 weeks ago Windows PCs vulnerable to 'Freak' attacks, Microsoft warns ENCA, 2 weeks ago
V3 Enterprise Mobility Summit: The discovery that Lenovo installed the Superfish adware on certain laptops proves that consumer devices are still not secure enough for enterprise use, according to experts in the security community. Lenovo's ...V3.co.uk, 1 month ago Superfish Adware: Should We Send Lenovo To The Naughty Step? TechWeekEurope UK, 1 month ago Lenovo's Superfish security snafu blows up in its face CNET Asia, 1 month ago
Executive hires and board member additions have been among the past week's Boston tech business moves. Lavastorm CMO John Bigay. (Courtesy of Lavastorm.) • Backupify chief marketing officerJohn Bigay has joined Boston-based Lavastorm ...Bostinno, 1 month ago
During the White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection at Stanford University on Friday, President Barack Obama signed an executive order to promote cybersecurity information sharing between private sector companies and the U.S.Security Week, 1 month ago
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