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venturebeat.com - Kyle Wiggers - Swimlane raises $40 million to automate cybersecurity operations
Swimlane raises $40 million to automate cybersecurity operations
VentureBeat

Swimlane, a Denver-based security operations management software provider, today announced it raised $40 million. The funding will be put toward accelerating partnerships and alliances, expanding R&D, and enabling further global expansion, the…

nbcnews.com - The Associated Press - Russia's SolarWinds hack has no easy fix, cybersecurity company says
Russia's SolarWinds hack has no easy fix, cybersecurity company says
NBC News

Efforts to assess the impact of a more than seven-month-old cyberespionage campaign blamed on Russia — and boot the intruders — remain in their early stages, says the cybersecurity firm that discovered the attack. The hack has badly…

venturebeat.com - Chris O'Brien - Canalys: Cybersecurity spending is projected to rise 10% in 2021
Canalys: Cybersecurity spending is projected to rise 10% in 2021
VentureBeat

Global cybersecurity spending is expected to grow 10% in 2021 as new types of threats are likely to emerge even as the volume of attacks continues to increase. With enterprises adapting their infrastructure to new cloud architectures as well as new…

nytimes.com - Sheryl Gay Stolberg - Biden Has a Peloton Bike. That Raises Issues at the White House.
Biden Has a Peloton Bike. That Raises Issues at the White House.
The New York Times

WASHINGTON — President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. moves into the White House on Wednesday facing many weighty issues: a global pandemic. A crushing recession. Racial injustice. Right-wing extremism. But Mr. Biden's personal weight-control and…

shrm.org - Brian G. Cesaratto and Deanna Ballesteros  - Complying with Enhanced Cybersecurity Safeguards in California
Complying with Enhanced Cybersecurity Safeguards in California
Blog.SHRM.org

​The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) leaps forward on cybersecurity by amending the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) to impose enhanced protections. The CPRA enhancements apply to 'for profit' companies and other organizations:…

thehill.com - Maggie Miller - Biden DHS, Intel picks stress need to prioritize cybersecurity after SolarWinds hack
Biden DHS, Intel picks stress need to prioritize cybersecurity after SolarWinds hack
TheHill

President-elect Joe Biden's nominees to serve as secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and as director of national intelligence (DNI) both said Tuesday that if confirmed they will make a priority out of bolstering the nation's…

cbc.ca - The Canadian Press - B.C. government lax on cybersecurity to protect IT assets, auditor reports
B.C. government lax on cybersecurity to protect IT assets, auditor reports
CBC

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by Email British Columbia's auditor general says the provincial government has not been doing a good enough job protecting its information technology from potential cybersecurity threats. Michael Pickup says…

sltrib.com - Mitt Romney's full day: Speaks out on impeachment, Russia sanctions, weak cybersecurity
Mitt Romney's full day: Speaks out on impeachment, Russia sanctions, weak cybersecurity
The Salt Lake Tribune

Sen. Mitt Romney plunged into three fiery issues Tuesday — saying the Senate can proceed with impeachment without stalling Biden administration nominees; calling to punish Russia for arresting an opposition leader; and demanding better…

apnews.com - Frank Bajak - Cybersecurity firm: Booting hackers a complex chore
Cybersecurity firm: Booting hackers a complex chore
AP NEWS

FILE - This Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015 file photo shows FireEye offices in Milpitas, Calif. The cybersecurity firm that discovered a cyberespionage campaign that has badly shaken U.S. government agencies and the private sector says efforts to assess…

techcrunch.com - Frederic Lardinois - ETH spin-off LatticeFlow raises $2.8M to help build trustworthy AI systems
ETH spin-off LatticeFlow raises $2.8M to help build trustworthy AI systems
TechCrunch

Image Credits: piranka / Getty Images LatticeFlow, an AI startup that was spun out of ETH Zurich in 2020, today announced that it has raised a $2.8 million seed funding round led by Swiss deep-tech fund btov and Global Founders Capital, which…

techbeacon.com - Greg Valentine - Update your cybersecurity practices: Shift gears to cyber resilience
Update your cybersecurity practices: Shift gears to cyber resilience
TechBeacon

Champion awareness in your organization Senior Cyber Security Director, Capgemini North America Ninad Purohit Senior Director, Cybersecurity, Capgemini North America As our worlds become more digitally connected than ever before, the need for…

startribune.com - FRANK BAJAK - Cybersecurity firm: Booting hackers a complex chore
Cybersecurity firm: Booting hackers a complex chore
Star Tribune

BOSTON — Efforts to assess the impact of a more than seven-month-old cyberespionage campaign blamed on Russia — and boot the intruders — remain in their early stages, says the cybersecurity firm that discovered the attack. The…

computing.co.uk - Cybersecurity in 2021: Looking ahead to another unpredictable year
Cybersecurity in 2021: Looking ahead to another unpredictable year
http://www.computing.co.uk

Every year, cybersecurity experts start preparing for the threats that organisations and individuals may face in the year ahead. As we stare down the barrel of this new year, it could perhaps be considered one of the hardest to ‘predict'…

siliconangle.com - Duncan Riley - Internal emails stolen in hack targeting cybersecurity company Malwarebytes
Internal emails stolen in hack targeting cybersecurity company Malwarebytes
SiliconANGLE

Cybersecurity software firm Malwarebytes Inc. has been hacked with internal emails stolen. The hack is being attributed to the nation-state actor implicated in the Solar Winds Worldwide LLC breach although Malwarebytes noted that they do not use…

independent.co.uk - Via AP news wire - Cybersecurity firm: Booting hackers a complex chore
Cybersecurity firm: Booting hackers a complex chore
The Independent

The Independent employs over 100 journalists around the world to bring you news you can trust. To support truly independent journalism, please consider making a contribution or taking a subscription. Efforts to assess the impact of a more than…

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