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Automotive cybersecurity market to rise by 2025

Automotive cybersecurity market to rise by 2025

Grand View Research is a renowned market research and consulting company which conducts survey, publishes reports on various market based industries. Its new study predicts that global automotive... Read more

6 Types of VPNs for Encryption

6 Types of VPNs for Encryption

A virtual private network (VPN) automatically comes with different types of encryption protocols. The encryption protocols contain a set of instruction for sending and receiving data between devices o... Read more

Alphabet's Chronicle has been absorbed by Google Cloud

Alphabet's Chronicle has been absorbed by Google Cloud

Google Cloud has announced that Alphabet’s enterprise security company, Chronicle, is joining Google Cloud. With Chronicle joining Google Cloud, the latter will have a great security portfolio w... Read more

Tracking prevention comes to Microsoft's Edge Browser

Tracking prevention comes to Microsoft's Edge Browser

Microsoft is testing a new feature that blocks third parties from tracking which website you visit. Recently, Mozilla released a similar feature for Firefox browser. The new cybersecurity enhanced fea... Read more

Vulcan Cyber rakes in $10 million in Series A funding

Vulcan Cyber rakes in $10 million in Series A funding

Vulcan Cyber has announced that it has raised $10 million in its Series A funding round. The fresh funding for the security has come from Silicon Valley-based Ten Eleven Ventures and original seed bac... Read more

Federal agencies' cybersecurity for past decade under question

Federal agencies' cybersecurity for past decade under question

A new Senate subcommittee report has highlighted the severe problem of the lax state of security of the government’s IT infrastructure. The subcommittee has found that several federal agencies i... Read more

Microsoft bans applications like Slack for security concerns

Microsoft bans applications like Slack for security concerns

More than 100,000 employees in Microsoft will no longer be able to use Slack. The list also includes the Grammarly application; along with Google Docs and Amazon Web Services, which are “discour... Read more