July 2019

Carbon Black Proposes Updated Cybersecurity Kill Chain Model to Help Defenders Stay Ahead of Modern Attacks

New “Cognitive Attack Loop” helps defenders better understand modern cybercriminal cognitions via an attack cycle comprising three distinct phases

Reading, UK. 31st July 2019 — Carbon Black (NASDAQ: CBLK), a leader in cloud-native endpoint protection today released a ground-breaking white paper that proposes an updated cybersecurity kill chain model to help defenders stay ahead of evolving cyberattacks.

The paper, “Cognitions of a Cybercriminal: Introducing the Cognitive Attack Loop and the 3 Phases of Cybercriminal Behaviour,” delves into the various ways cybercriminals have evolved in recent years and offers specific guidelines for CISOs and security professionals to help manage risk. 

New study: How disposable technology will re-define the payments value chain?

The study, authored by Tribe Payments, unpacks what is meant by modular technology and how it is set to transform the payment industry

London, 31st July 2019 — Tribe Payments, a team of industry experts dedicated to delivering the future of payments, has published a study on the effect of disposable technology on payments. The paper looks at the common use of modular technology by fintechs, and how legacy players without it are struggling to keep pace.

SML Introduces Inspire™ and EcoInspire™ to Drive Sustainability for RFID in retail

Hong Kong, China, July 30, 2019 – SML, the leading global branding and item-level RFID solutions provider has today launched its new Inspire™ and EcoInspire™ brands. The Inspire™ will be rolled out across SML's innovative tagging products including woven labels, self-adhesive labels, hangtags and RFID-enabled tags, as well as be seen in SML’s packaging products. The brand will extend its product portfolio to elevate brand experiences for customers.

Six Risks if Your Industrial Site Isn't Responsive By the End of the Year Lexie Lu Fri, 07/26/2019 - 09:57

You may wonder why your industrial site needs to be responsive. After all, don't most business people access the Internet from their desktops? Not necessarily. When you look at the general population and their smartphone patterns, you realize mobile is the wave of the future and if you aren't already focused on making your site friendly to mobile users, you should create a plan to get there by the end of the year.

BridgeHead Software approved for G-Cloud 11 framework

ASHTEAD, UK – 25 July 2019 – BridgeHead Software, a leader in healthcare data management, today announced that it has, once again, been accepted as a supplier on the latest version of the UK government’s public sector cloud procurement framework, G-Cloud 11.

From July 2019, BridgeHead’s award winning Independent Clinical Archive (ICA), HealthStore®, will be available on the ‘Cloud Software’ lot, while its Professional Services for Healthcare Data Management can be found under ‘Cloud Support’ on the Digital Marketplace.

Agility Announces Rebrand and New Product Offerings Bryan Ruby Wed, 07/24/2019 - 16:16

It's been awhile since I've written an article about Agility, and since my own rebrand, content management systems in general. However, Agility just sent a press release over and there is really a lot of substance here beyond just a cosmetic rebrand. So much so, that I thought it's time we talk about Agility.

WatchGuard Blocks 100% of Evasions and Earns Recommended Rating from NSS Labs’ Next Generation Firewall Test for Third Straight Year

Company believes continued focus on the evasion resiliency of its IPS engine and other security controls serves as major differentiator as just two vendors achieve the zero-evasion benchmark

18 July 2019 – For the third consecutive year, WatchGuard® Technologies’ firewall product has achieved a ‘Recommended Rating’ with the release of the 2019 NSS Labs Next Generation Firewall Group Test. WatchGuard’s Firebox M670 earned high security effectiveness and low total cost of ownership and is identified as one of the only two products to observe zero evasions. The Firebox M670 successfully blocked all 406 of the evasion attempts and it also blocked 96.69% of 1,784 attacks that were tested by NSS Labs. 

ADLV Builds DVLA Business Case For Online Fleet Access To CPC Training & Attendance Data

The ADLV (the Association for Driving Licence Verification & Vehicles) is polling fleet operators on the potential demand for access to online CPC training course attendance data for drivers. The data is currently collected and managed by the DVSA (the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency).

The ADLV believes that the DVSA can and should add CPC course and attendance data to driver data files held by the DVLA. In their view, a significant number of fleet operators would support the addition of the data either to a driver’s existing record or available in a simple bulk online format. With this in mind, the DVLA has asked the ADLV to put together a business case to confirm fleet industry demand for the additional dataset.