CyberX Vice President Phil Neray said his firm found evidence that the malware was deployed in Saudi Arabia, which could suggest that Iran may be behind the attack. Read more on Business News Network here.
Dr. James Wright a neurosurgery resident at University Hospitals explains, “Surgical theater is a surgical rehearsal platform where we take two-dimensional images — either a CAT scan or an MRI — and we’re able to generate a three-dimensional that can then be used for surgical rehearsal and planning.” Watch the video on Cleveland 19 here.
Argus Cyber Security has been working with some vehicle manufacturing heavyweights on cybersecurity systems for the last four years. Argus offers comprehensive, modular and multi-layered protection from vehicle hacking. Read more on FreightWaves here.
Unsurprisingly, behind every form of technology is a process that requires the secure transfer of information and this is where BioCatch comes in, offering the payment industry biometric security features. Read more on NoCamels here.
Kenna Security, a leader in vulnerability and cyber risk management, today announced results from its partnership with ReversingLabs, a leading provider of threat intelligence solutions that accelerate and broaden an organization’s ability to detect threats, respond to incidents, and gain visibility into advanced attacks. Read more on PRWeb here.
CyberX, provider of the most widely-deployed industrial cybersecurity platform for continuously reducing industrial control system (ICS) risk, today announced a new technology integration with CyberArk, the global leader in privileged account security, to provide secure remote access for critical industrial networks. Read more on Markets Insider here.
Where things gets particularly clever (or scary, depending on your feelings about job automation) is that TechSee will then use these videos to train an AI program to do the troubleshooting in future. Read more on The Verge here.
Just eight months after its last round of funding, events management platform Bizzabo has raised another $15 million. Read more on TechCrunch here.
Start-ups like the Bouqs Company, in Marina del Rey, Calif., and Farmgirl Flowers, in San Francisco, work with sustainable farmers to create a selection of wreaths, garlands and floral arrangements using seasonal blooms, a welcome alternative to the ubiquitous cookie-cutter centerpieces filled with red poinsettias. Read more on The New York Times here.
prooV, the world’s first PoC-as-a-Service platform that facilitates and streamlines the Proof of Concept (PoC) process, today announced a worldwide, strategic partnership with Deloitte to offer a virtual Cyber Lab to its global customers. Read more on PR Newswire here.