Sep
12
2017
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New Bluetooth vulnerability can hack a phone in 10 seconds

 Security company Armis has found a collection of eight exploits, collectively called BlueBorne, that can allow an attacker access to your phone without touching it. The attack can allow access to computers and phones, as well as IoT devices. “Armis believes many more vulnerabilities await discovery in the various platforms using Bluetooth. These vulnerabilities are fully operational, and… Read More

May
17
2017
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CrowdStrike, the firm investigating Russian hacks, raised $100M, now valued around $1B

 The business of hacking has dealt a huge blow to our democracy, not to mention a plethora of organizations and individuals, and our collective sense of sanity. One silver lining, however, has been that it has led to the emergence of a number of security startups that are building and deploying a range of tools to try to track and stop the nefarious activity. One of the larger of these… Read More

Nov
16
2016
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IBM opens new Cambridge, MA security headquarters with massive cyber range

IBM Cyber Security X-Force Command Center Cambridge, MA It was a big day for IBM today as it opened its shiny new security headquarters in Kendall Square in Cambridge, MA, complete with what the company is calling the first commercial cyber range. A cyber range is a network security testing environment, and is typically run by the military or military contractors. This one, dubbed X-Force Command, however, is much more than a couple of terminals in… Read More

Mar
07
2016
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Fear and loathing at RSA: Hacking, security and the limits of protection

RSA Conference banner. People are trying to steal your credentials or trick you into giving them important information. They are exploiting unpatched operating systems, locating security holes in applications and hacking into unprotected hardware. You’re not paranoid, you’re told. Hackers, con artists and social engineers really are out to get you, and frankly you’re pretty helpless to stop them.… Read More

Aug
20
2014
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In Year 3 Of Stealth Mode, Enterprise Security Startup vArmour Raises Another $36M

7669364104_51cc025774_k vArmour, a security startup that has been in stealth mode for the past three years, is today announcing not one but two more rounds of funding as it finally gears up for a launch later this year. The startup, based out of Mountain View, has raised $36 million in Series B and Series C rounds. The first of these, a $15 million tranche from December 2013, was led by Menlo Ventures (which has led… Read More

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