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Bernard Parsons

Bernard Parsons
Bernard Parsons is the CEO and Co-Founder of Becrypt. Establishing Becrypt in 2001 with the aim of addressing the growing security requirements of endpoint technology, Bernard has built the company into a leading supplier of end-user device security products and services, with a focus on product assurance, multiple platform support and flexible delivery: from being embedded within the platform, to hosted within the Cloud. Furthermore, Bernard has ensured Becrypt helps the most security-conscious organisations to be positioned as leaders in enabling value from the use of secure technology. For his dedication to digital technology, Bernard was bestowed with an MBE in the 2018 New Year’s Honours List.



Banco Santander to accelerate transformation with IBM blockchain

IBM and Banco Santander have inked a five-year global technology agreement valued at approximately $700M to enable Santander Group to accelerate and deepen its...
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Do you need a date to automatically, or not, update in Excel?

There are a few ways to input dates into a spreadsheet. One, you can type the date you require in the format you like....
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Attivo Networks deploys the Informer

Attivo Networks has extended its suite of deception tools by adding the Informer to its ThreatDefend Platform. The Informer will deliver real-time forensics of an...
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Report recommends level-playing field for digital and traditional journalism

The Review into the future of the UK news industry has delivered its final report. The report looks at the role of online platform...
Rick McElroy on cyber security challenges

Rick McElroy, Carbon Black, talks about security threats

Rick McElroy, head of security strategy for Carbon Black recently sat down to talk with Enterprise Times about cyber security. The conversation focused on...

LC LITE to put letters of credit on blockchain platform

LC LITE hopes to to streamline the US$2.3T letters of credit (LC) market with a blockchain-based platform. It will connect trade parties directly via...
Dark Comet RAT hides in email update

Dark Comet RAT delivered by fake Blockchain Security update

A fake update to Blockchain Security is currently landing in inboxes and hoping to get unwary users to install the Dark Comet RAT. It...
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TigerGraph chosen as new graphDB by OpenCorporates

TigerGraph has announced that OpenCorporates has migrated its back end database to TigerGraph. OpenCorporates is the world largest open database of companies with more...
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Oracle adds multiple features to its blockchain

To support customers, Oracle has added new features to its blockchain platform. It designed these to assist users accelerate development, integration and deployment of...
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Tableau launches the next gen analytics

Today Tableau has announced the release of the latest version of its analytics software Tableau 2019.1. This includes several new features but also, a...

Arcnet: a next-gen blockchain infrastructure for investment

Xinova and Arc have announced Arcnet, an online capital marketplace which will enable investors to find and then invest directly in innovation projects and...
Talking OpenStack with SUSE

What does the move to Open Infrastructure mean to SUSE?

At OpenStack, Berlin, Enterprise Times caught up with Terri Schlosser and Matthew Johns from SUSE. The main news from the conference was that OpenStack...
Globant Decision Tree

Globant’s approach to blockchain

Globant, an IT services company, has published a short (12 page) report entitled 'The 2019 Blockchain Business Guide'. Based on a survey of 679...
Jason McGee talks Red Hat, containers and Cloud Foundry

Jason McGee on Red Hat, IBM Cloud and containers

At the KubeCon and CNCF conference in Seattle last year, Enterprise Times caught up with IBM Cloud Supremo, Jason McGee. By then, the dust...