By now, it’s news to approximately no one that the coronavirus pandemic has dramatically and perhaps permanently altered the way companies do business. As COVID-19 has upended our way of life and sent workers home, it has also caused widespread reevaluation of emerging IT and security trends. New research this
SC Labs tested seven breach and attack simulation products for August that will sharpen up your security assessments. (Source: Erikona, Getty Images) Manual security testing can’t keep pace with the threat landscape. Penetration testing takes time and it’s costly and labor-intensive. It’s also fully dependent on the expertise of the penetration
As Xiaomi widens its smartphone lead over Samsung in India, a new competitor is increasingly posing a challenge. Realme, a one-and-half-year-old smartphone vendor that spun out of Oppo, commanded 14.3% of the world’s second largest smartphone market in the quarter that ended in September, research firm IDC said on Monday. While
Until recently, the critical task of security testing was primarily performed through time-consuming, costly and laboriously manual penetration testing. Organizations understood that, despite its expense and inefficiency, testing was – and still is – extremely important to security posture. The best security tools in a company’s arsenal mean nothing if they are improperly configured or underutilized.
Cross-border fintech continues to be an area of interest for venture capitalists. The latest deal sees GGV Capital — the U.S-China firm that’s backed Xiaomi, Airbnb, Square and others — lead a $10 million investment in Singapore-based startup Thunes. Other investors in the Series A round are not being