A UK parliamentary committee has concluded there are no technical grounds for excluding Chinese network kit vendor Huawei from the country’s 5G networks. In a letter from the chair of the Science & Technology Committee to the UK’s digital minister Jeremy Wright, the committee says: “We have found no evidence from our work to suggest […]
Cyber Security Cloud, a web application security company from Japan ranking 10th on Deloitte’s 2018 Technology Fast 50 list, has started its global operations by establishing its first local subsidiary in Seattle, Washington, United States.
ZNet Technologies now partners with Acronis to offer cyber security solutions in India. “With this partnership, we aim to deliver Acronis security solutions to enterprises, SMBs and individual users via our partner network,” said Munesh Jadoun, CEO at ZNet Technologies.
Managed cloud-based Internet security services company, DOSarrest Internet Security, has released a new service offering called DOSarrest Traffic Analyzer (DTA).
WP Engine has passed annual recurring revenue of $132 million. Founded 8 years ago, the company has now grown to serve more than 90,000 customers across 140 countries globally.
Foresite has partnered with venture capital company Elsewhere Partners – a growth-stage venture capital firm investing in business software companies – to accelerate and expand their service offering.
2019 can bring some hope for the future – but only if governments and corporations understand the importance of digital privacy and security.
Nasdaq-listed cyber security company Radware has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire bot management solutions provider, ShieldSquare. The transaction is expected to close during the first quarter of 2019.
Webroot, a threat intelligence service that is used by market leading companies like Cisco, F5 Networks, Citrix, Aruba, Palo Alto Networks, and A10 Networks, has announced the nineteenth consecutive quarter of double-digit, year-over-year company growth. Webroot now serves more than 13,300 managed service providers (MSPs) globally, up from 10,200 MSPs at the end of its first quarter in 2018.
ThreatX has hired cybersecurity industry veterans David Roshak and Mike Reagan as CFO and COO respectively. Bringing Mr. Roshak and Mr. Reagan on board would allow ThreatX to strengthen its executive team and tap their wealth of industry knowledge to accelerate ThreatX’s growth and WAF market leadership.