security

  • How Mobile Technology Will Increase Stadium Security Crunch Network

    How Mobile Technology Will Increase Stadium Security

    In the months and years following September 11, one of the most noticeable changes was the experience of going through an airport—longer lines, no liquids, taking off your shoes. What used to feel out of the ordinary is now expected. After the tragedies in Paris targeting live entertainment venues, the Stade de France and Bataclan concert hall, the experience of attending a live event in… Read More

  • Repairing Your iPhone Home Button From An Unofficial Repair Shop Can Brick Your Phone

    Repairing Your iPhone Home Button From An Unofficial Repair Shop Can Brick Your Phone

    Going to an unauthorized Apple technician to repair your home button can cost you a lot of money. On Friday, The Guardian reported that thousands of iPhone users encountered a mysterious “Error 53” error due to a new security feature to protect your Touch ID data. This error renders your iPhone useless as it bricks it. Read More

  • Box KeySafe Aims To Simplify Encryption Key Management For SMBs

    Box KeySafe Aims To Simplify Encryption Key Management For SMBs

    Box announced a new product today called Box KeySafe that should help simplify encryption key management, putting it in reach of small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) who require encryption, but want to avoid the complexities associated with Box’s higher end Enterprise Key Management product. Many highly regulated industries have wanted to move to the cloud, but security and… Read More

  • Sonatype Snares $30 Million Investment Led By Goldman Sachs

    Sonatype Snares $30 Million Investment Led By Goldman Sachs

    Sonatype, a company that helps customers create automated, policy-driven software component security, announced a $30 million round today led by Goldman Sachs. The investment was a mix of debt and equity financing and was handled by Goldman’s Principal Strategic Investments Group, rather than Goldman’s venture capital arm, Sonatype CEO Wayne Jackson explained. Although this… Read More

  • This Teddy Bear Could Have Exposed Your Child’s Identity

    This Teddy Bear Could Have Exposed Your Child’s Identity

    Are smart toys worth the risk? That’s a question parents are asking themselves these days as they weigh the usefulness and delight that comes from cloud-connected toys, with the potential for them to be turned into spying devices, as was the claim against the Wi-Fi-enabled “Hello Barbie,” or the possibility of massive leaks involving their children’s personal… Read More

  • Lexumo Lands $4.89 Million Seed Round To Help Ensure Open Source Code Security

    Lexumo Lands $4.89 Million Seed Round To Help Ensure Open Source Code Security

    Lexumo, a Cambridge, Massachusetts cloud service that continuously checks open source code to be sure it has the latest security updates, announced a solid $4.89 million seed round today. The round was led by Accomplice, .406 Ventures and Draper. What has Lexumo created to warrant that kind of financial attention? It indexed all of the open source code in the world and created a cloud… Read More

  • Harvard Report Debunks Claim Surveillance Is “Going Dark”

    Harvard Report Debunks Claim Surveillance Is “Going Dark”

    Since the 2013 Snowden disclosures revealed the extent of government surveillance programs it’s been a standard claim by intelligence agencies, seeking to justify their push for more powers, that their ability to track suspects using new technologies is under threat because of growing use of end-to-end encryption by technology companies. Read More

  • Transcending Borders Through Technology Crunch Network

    Transcending Borders Through Technology

    As is clear from the front pages of newspapers recently, we are living in a world where open democratic values are under attack. Paris, Bamako, San Bernardino, Jakarta and Ouagadougou have all been targeted by terrorists. At the same time, we are in the midst of a technological revolution that is reshaping our society. The Internet of Things is driving a whole new way for businesses to… Read More

  • Silicon:Safe Bags $1M Seed For Its Hardware Fix For Bulk Password Theft

    Silicon:Safe Bags $1M Seed For Its Hardware Fix For Bulk Password Theft

    Sony Pictures. Ashley Madison. Twitch. Patreon. Snapchat. LinkedIn. Last.fm… Those are just a handful of the companies that have suffered massive password-related breaches in recent years. Bulk password theft is the scourge of our digital times. Read More

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