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Tempered Networks raises another $7M for 'identity-defined networking' cybersecurity software – GeekWire

Jeff Hussey. Tempered Networks has raised another $7 million to help protect companies from cyberattacks with its “identity-defined networking” technology. Jeff Hussey, the company’s co-founder and CEO who formerly helped start F5 Networks, said the fresh cash will be used for “general corporate purposes.” Investors in the round include Ignition Partners; Ridge Ventures; Rally …

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5 cybersecurity mistakes you're making right now – St. George Daily Spectrum

George Cox, P.C. Periodicals Published 4:40 p.m. MT Dec. 10, 2017 CLOSE Stop making these security mistakes. Columnist Kim Komando tells you where you’re leaving yourselves exposed online and how to keep your data and personal info safe from hackers and crooks. USA TODAY George Cox(Photo: Submitted photo) In this …

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Louisiana launches cybersecurity commission for defense and job … – StateScoop

The state is the latest to form a new government oversight mechanism designed to heighten IT security governance and stir the marketplace. (Getty Images) In a move to protect residents’ sensitive data and defend state systems against malicious attacks, Louisiana Gov. John Edwards signed an executive order to establish the state’s …

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Experts Look For Lessons in FDA's Pacemaker Cybersecurity Recall – Regulatory Focus

Posted 08 December 2017 By Michael Mezher In a paper in JAMA this week, two experts highlight lessons that could be learned from the US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) first major cybersecurity-related recall for a permanent implantable medical device. Background In August, Abbott announced a …

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Louisiana launches cybersecurity commission for defense and job growth – StateScoop

The state is the latest to form a new government oversight mechanism designed to heighten IT security governance and stir the marketplace. (Getty Images) In a move to protect residents’ sensitive data and defend state systems against malicious attacks, Louisiana Gov. John Edwards signed an executive order to establish the state’s …

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Column: Cybersecurity is customer service – Nashville Business Journal

Nashville Business Journal Column: Cybersecurity is customer serviceNashville Business JournalFinancial institutions increasingly find themselves caught between the competing and contradictory customer demands for secure account access that also is convenient. Technologically adept customers expect to be able to access their accounts 24/7. The … Source link

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'Think before you click': Officials talk cybersecurity in wake of Mecklenburg County hack – WLOS

by WLOS Staff & Justin Hinton FILE – An Asheville city official offered cyber security tips days after Mecklenburg County had its servers hacked and held for ransom. (Photo credit: Pixabay) ASHEVILLE, N.C. (WLOS) —  An Asheville official offered cybersecurity tips days after a North Carolina county had its servers hacked and …

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Company Making Push For More Women In Cybersecurity Workforce – CBS Philly

Women interested in cybersecurity from regional colleges and universities gathered at Security Risk Advisors to hear from women who are leaders in the regions cybersecurity industry. Students from Drexel, Temple, Immaculata and Gwynedd Mercy had the chance to ask questions, network and connect with the professional women at the Women …

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Coalition, a Cyber Insurer and Cybersecurity Firm, Makes Its Debut – Insurance Journal

Coalition is making its formal debut into the cyber insurance space, but with a twist. The San Francisco-based startup is also a cybersecurity firm. Founded in March 2017, Coalition is co-founded by technology entrepreneurs John Hering and Joshua Motta, and Motta is also CEO. The company is venture financed, though …

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Cyber security a growing concern for Canadians – IT World Canada

Canadians are more concerned about cyber security than they were in 2016. According to the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA)’s latest Internet Factbook, 75 per cent of Canadians are worried about the threat of cyber attacks against organizations they know, a 13 per cent increase from 2016. They’re also less likely …

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