Friday, July 10, 2020
Adastral Park, Martlesham, Ipswitch

What goes on at BT’s brains trust?

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Enterprise Times recently had the opportunity to visit BT's brain's trust at Adastral Park. It is one of the biggest research and development parks in the UK. As well as housing...
Bhavin Turakhia, Founder and CEO, Flock

Real-time messaging saves time

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Flock is a real-time messaging and collaboration app. It is launching in the UK today and has also announced the results of a survey today showing that customers are beginning to quantify...
Using maths to detect cyber security breaches

Using maths to solve Cybersecurity

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Darktrace are one of the new breed of security vendors. Rather than sit on endpoint devices using signatures to detect an attack, they create a profile of how devices, users and...
Kirk Krappe. CEO and Co-Founder, Apttus

Growing a startup into a unicorn

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Recently, Kirk Krappe, Co-Founder and CEO of Apttus visited London. Krappe has overseen the growth of Apttus from nothing to a company now valued at over $1 billion. Enterprise Times got...
Cyber Security Challenge 2016

Cybersecurity and widening the talent pool

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Last year at the Cyber Security Challenge UK finals we spoke with Stephanie Daman, CEO, Cyber Security Challenge UK about the goals and aspirations of the competition. Unlike many in this...
Steve Ginty, co-founder Passive Total and security analyst RiskIQ

The benefits of a threat intelligence platform

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Security analysts are struggling to utilise the data they have in an effective manner. They get bombarded with alerts about possible threats which are often false flags or inconsequential. They also...
Stuart Clarke, Chief Technology Officer, Nuix

Making sense of threat intelligence data

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Threat intelligence solutions are the latest "must-have" tool for IT security teams. The problem is that once installed, many struggle to deal with the vast amount of data they suddenly have...
Talking security with the BlackHat NOC team

Protecting visitors at IT security shows

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Protecting your computer at IT shows used to be difficult. From the mid-1990's onwards it was commonplace to find people attempting to hack into other delegates computers. It was so common that there...
Jacqueline de Rojas, Executive Vice President, Sage

Talking diversity with Jacqueline de Rojas

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At the Sage Business Leaders conference in Dublin last week Enterprise Times caught up with Jacqueline de Rojas, Executive Vice President, Sage. As well as her role at Sage, de Rojas...
Gary Turner, UK MD, Xero

Gary Turner on the future of accounting

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Cloud-based accounting company Xero recently launched its State of Accounts document. It sees a future where accountants can take advantage of their role as trusted advisor, especially for small to mid-sized...

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Qlik discovers importance of data analytics in fight against COVID-19

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Qlik completed two surveys in 2020 that helped identify the changing use of data analytics in NHS Trusts in the UK due to COVID-19....
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Symbol and wine fraud prevention by blockchain

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Symbol from NEM (Symbol) has developed an enterprise blockchain designed to work in critical load situations – such as networks requiring very high speeds...
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Forter launches smart routing soluion for automated payments

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Fortner, an eCommerce fraud prevention provider, has launched Forter Smart Routing. It is an automated payment routing solution to help merchants prevent revenue...
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APT activity is targeting COVID-19 research

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Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) activity is on the increase with nation-state backed attacks targeting COVID-19 research. The claim comes from NTT Ltd in its...
CVA

CVA publishes key ceremony guidelines for digital asset protection

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The Crypto Valley Association (CVA) has published its 'Trusted Key Ceremony Guidelines' This is an initiative coming from the from CVA's Cybersecurity Working Group....
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Kooomo launches Pick & Pack app to improve grocery online shopping experience

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Kooomo, the digital eCommerce specialist, has launched an innovative Pick and Pack app. It has developed the app to improve the online shopping experience...
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How has COVID-19 changed life in the SOC?

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Life in the SOC (Security Operation Center) is rarely slow. But as COVID-19 raged around the world and organisations scrambled to adapt to mass...
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Cosmic Lynx is the first Russian BEC group

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Cosmic Lynx is a new Business Email Compromise (BEC) group. Unlike most BEC scams that originate in Nigeria, this one comes from Russia. To...
Xage

Xage Security and MFA for industrial operations, including legacy IoT

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Xage Security (Xage) is introducing a new Multiple-Factor Authentication (MFA) offering. It will enable industrial organisations to protect entire operations across a variety of...
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monday.com integrates to Microsoft Teams

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monday.com has announced that it has integrated Microsoft Teams into its Work OS platform. This is the first of several announcements in the coming...
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OnBuy launches leading eCommerce integrations

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OnBuy, a fast-growing marketplace has launched integrations with an array of leading eCommerce solutions. The integration should enable millions of retailers to join the...
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Wrike adds HTML Proofing

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Wrike has added a new feature to Wrike for Marketers to assist marketers in this task: HTML proofing. Wrike for Marketers already includes the ability to...
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EIC awards €5M for social innovations based on blockchain

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The European Innovation Council (EIC) Prize on Blockchains for Social Good, has awarded €5M to six winners selected in a call to identify scalable,...
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Ireland’s DPC faces judicial review after NOYB complaint

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Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) faces a judicial review over its handling of GPDR cases against WhatsApp and Instagram. Ireland’s High Court granted the...