Tags: encryption

Medigate gets funding to secure medical devices

Medigate, another of the seemingly endless stream of Israeli cybersecurity companies, has announced $5.35 million in seed funding. The funding has come from YL Ventures and Blumberg Capital. The company is focused on securing medical devices on healthcare provider networks. The money will enable it to further develop its own technology platform. According to Jonathan…

FortKnoxster’s blockchain-secured platform

FortKnoxster has announced (yet another) token sale for its secure privacy platform. It claims this is one of the few token sales backed by a working product, which is an indictment of the whole ICO scene. Yet what interests is less the token sale and more that product. The FortKnoxster platform claims to be an…

IBM ups the stakes for Quantum Computing

IBM has announced another set of milestones for its quantum computing project. It has announced two processor upgrades. The first will give customers using the IBM Q early-access commercial system access to a 20 Qubit processor. This is an upgrade from the 17 Qubit solution announced in May. Customers will get access by the end…

Could Substratum’s blockchain combinations decentralise web content?

Substratum is a start-up developing a decentralized approach web, one which may seeks to free and provide unrestricted access to content. The Substratum network is a worldwide collection of nodes that uses blockchain-based cryptography to deliver secure content anywhere, all without the need for VPNs or Tor. Substratum hopes to revolutionise the hosting industry by…

Nokia SBC claims new performance and security benchmarks

Nokia has announced its latest generation of Session Border Controllers (SBC) claiming they set new benchmarks for performance and security. The Nokia SBC is a cloud-native solution as opposed to a hardware device. Independent test lab Miercom say that the Nokia SBC performed better than other cloud-based equivalents. It also ranked it as being on…

IBM announces Cloud Private software platform

IBM has announced the IBM Cloud Private software platform. It claims it will help customers unlock billions of dollars in technology investment around core data and applications. It is also targeting the extension of cloud-native tools across both public and private clouds What is IBM Cloud Private? IBM is looking to close the gap between…

ESET spots new FinFisher campaigns

Security software provider ESET has spotted a new FinFisher spyware campaign. The software, also known as FinSpy is surveillance software allegedly only sold to law enforcement and governments.  According to the blog on the ESET website, FinFisher has been spotted in seven countries. In the interest of security, ESET has chosen not to publicly name…

Comodo and Key-Systems deliver new security offering

Digital certificate and security vendor Comodo has signed a strategic partnership with German domain hosting company Key-Systems  GmbH. The deal will see Key-Systems offering Comodo SSL/TLS certificates to its domain and hosting customers. With over 4 million customers of whom around 2.5% are retail/corporate entities this is a big deal for Comodo. Michael Fowler, Comodo…

Tatu Ylonen talks about managing SSH keys

On a recent visit to Boston in the USA, Enterprise Times spent time with Tatu Ylonen, founder of SSH and inventor of the SSH protocol. We sat and talked about the state of enterprise security, the need for encryption and the way that encryption security keys are handled. What is interesting is that the conversation…