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The importance of vulnerability management for your organization

Everyone is familiar with home burglaries. Criminals case a house looking for easy access through open windows, unlocked doors, open garages, and the like. Hackers take the same approach electronically and look for network vulnerabilities that grant them access to the data they want. And small to mid-size businesses are an ideal target, since they have fewer resources to dedicate to security efforts than larger companies. Vulnerability scanning When you hire a home security expert, … More

Phishing

How phishing kits are enabling a new legion of pro phishers

Some cybercriminals are motivated by political ideals, others by malice or mischief, but most are only interested in cold, hard cash. To ensure their criminal endeavors are profitable, they need to balance the potential payday against the time, resources and risk required. It’s no wonder then that so many use phishing as their default attack method. Malicious emails can be used to reach many targets with relative ease, and criminals can purchase ready-made phishing kits … More

5G

The 5G market is about to take off: What to expect in 2022 and beyond?

5G is recognized as an important infrastructure for both developed and developing countries. By the end of 2021, 79 nations have either commercialized 5G or are conducting 5G trials. Digging further into what frequency is most used – based on IDTechEx’s study – it is sub-6 GHz. This frequency band is used in over half of 5G commercial deployments and trails, with just a tiny percentage using mmWave. So far, only 9 countries have commercialized … More

security platform

IriusRisk V4 enables teams to present progress of threat modeling to senior leadership

IriusRisk has launched V4 of its automated threat modeling platform, which includes a new user interface, visualization tools, and advanced analytics. The new version of the platform is designed to make it easier for teams to generate threat models of systems, share them collaboratively across their organization, and demonstrate the impact of improved software security to executives within the business. The updates to the IriusRisk platform in Version 4 include: A new user interface – … More

Software

AWS announces four storage services and capabilities to help customers protect their data

Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced four new storage services and capabilities that deliver more choice, reduce costs, and help customers better protect their data. Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) Glacier Instant Retrieval is a storage class that provides retrieval access in milliseconds for archive data—now available as a new access tier in Amazon S3 Intelligent-Tiering. Amazon FSx for OpenZFS is a managed file storage service that makes it easy to move on-premises data residing … More

Hardware

Freevolt Technologies S-Key enables unified authentication across multiple workplace settings

Freevolt Technologies has announced it is launching S-Key, a battery-less biometric access card integrating the T-Shape sensor module by Fingerprint Cards AB. With an S-Key access card, it is now possible for users to access physical areas securely and conveniently without having to touch the reader or a PIN pad because the user’s biometric data is stored securely on the card. “We are immensely proud to be working with Fingerprints, who are leaders in fingerprint … More

Software

Paessler adds new sensors to deliver insights into server system health

Paessler announced that it has added capabilities to its PRTG Network Monitor, helping organizations monitor system health and virtual disk health. As a result, Paessler’s PRTG can also now take data from the Redfish System Health sensor and provide insights into the overall system status of server equipment and the status of various components such as power supplies or PCIe devices. The Redfish Virtual Disk sensor, which monitors the virtual disks of Redfish-capable servers and … More

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AWS Private 5G helps enterprises scale their private mobile network

Amazon Web Services announced AWS Private 5G, a new managed service that helps enterprises set up and scale private 5G mobile networks in their facilities in days instead of months. With just a few clicks in the AWS console, customers specify where they want to build a mobile network and the network capacity needed for their devices—and AWS delivers and maintains the small cell radio units, servers, 5G core and radio access network (RAN) software, … More

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Mirantis collaborates with Equinix to help businesses accelerate cloud-native application deployment

Mirantis announced a fully-managed offering deployed on Equinix Metal in 18 global metros. This enables any IT operator or developer to instantly provision, monitor, and lifecycle-manage Kubernetes, Swarm, and OpenStack on interconnected, on-demand infrastructure to provide increased performance and flexibility to customers in tech, finance, media, and other industries. Mirantis Container Cloud can also easily deploy and manage clusters, on demand, to other infrastructure platforms, including public cloud and private clouds, as well as on … More

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Cambridge Quantum and Honeywell Quantum Solutions merge to create a new firm called Quantinuum

Cambridge Quantum and Honeywell Quantum Solutions announced they have satisfied all of the conditions required to close the business combination and formed the new company, now called Quantinuum. “Quantinuum is now the largest and most advanced integrated quantum computing company in the world,” said Ilyas Khan, CEO of the new company and founder of Cambridge Quantum. “By uniting the best-in-class quantum software available with the highest performing hardware available, we are uniquely positioned to bring … More

Acquisitions

Aqua Security acquires Argon to secure all stages of software build and release

Aqua Security announced the acquisition of Argon, a pioneer in software supply chain security. Argon and Aqua now offer a solution to secure all stages of software build and release. Shifting further “left,” Aqua Security’s Cloud Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP) is now a solution that can protect the full software development lifecycle (SDLC) from code through build to runtime, ensuring the end-to-end integrity of applications. “With the addition of Argon to the Aqua Platform, … More

Appointments

Bryan Jones joins RightCrowd as CTO

RightCrowd announced that Bryan Jones has joined the company as Chief Technology Officer, a new position based in Europe. Jones joins RightCrowd following 17 years with Honeywell holding several leadership positions, the most recent being Chief of Staff to Honeywell’s Connected Enterprise CTO. “I have been working with the RightCrowd team for more than 10 years and know this is world-class software that makes a dramatic difference to the ability of a company to manage … More