Michigan Governor Whitmer has this week sent a letter to the leaders of Apple, Alphabet (Google), Amazon, Meta (Facebook), and Microsoft, asking them to take additional steps to protect people’s data, particularly health data. Governor Whitmer’s interest in the topic is to protect women seeking reproductive healthcare from having their data used to prosecute them…
Septentrio, an industry leader in high-precision GNSS positioning solutions, has just announced a collaboration with MicroPilot, a creator of professional UAV autopilot systems.
Blumira has just announced a Free security monitoring service edition of the company’s business threat monitoring and response security services. This creates a starter option for businesses wanting to add security monitoring and explore having a threat response team on call for cybersecurity threats.
Ann Arbor cybersecurity startup Censys has just raised $35 million in a Series B round led by Intel Capital. Brad Brooks was appointed CEO to help the company accelerate growth and bring next-gen attack surface management to more verticals. Previous investors include Google Ventures, Decibel and Greylock Partners, who also participated in this round.
The applications of artificial intelligence (AI) go far beyond the realms of sci-fi these days. It has revolutionized numerous industries, including robotics, healthcare, finance and banking, sports, software development, surveillance, entertainment, and education. It is also a stronghold of cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions that outperform traditional counterparts in terms of speed and accuracy.
Cybersecurity startup Blumira has just announced multiple new hires as the company expands rapidly through the end of 2021.
We’re wrapping up this series on cloud security and cloud computing trends with an article that small business owners have been asking more than ever this year: How do you hire a cloud service provider? What do you look for when hiring a cloud service consultancy to help you with everything from managing cloud-hosted assets to handling security?
Research firm Gartner projected in late 2020 that world-wide end user spending on public cloud services would increase 18.4% in 2021, “with cloud projected to make up 14.2% of the total global enterprise IT spending market in 2024, up from 9.1% in 2020.”
Cybersecurity is a growing concern for businesses of all sizes, from keeping data secure with remote workers, to making sure that all your applications work together in a secure and compliant manner. As part of our sponsored series on cloud security sponsored by Trek10, we put together a Q&A on common questions businesses ask about cybersecurity and how and when to hire cybersecurity staff or outsource to a contractor. We hope this helps you on your road to handling security issues for your team during these changing times.
So you know that the COVID-19 pandemic introduced a wave of new security risks for your business, but how do you get eyes on the problem? How do you assess security risks? Comparitech lists tools such as CloudStrike Falcon and Barracuda CloudGen Firewall as its top recommendations for cloud security tools, but the list goes on from there. There are so many choices, and they all do something a little different.