As any organization tasked with storing and transmitting sensitive data knows, the associated compliance implications can be a minefield of complex rules, risks and expensive fines.
Last week, Bloomberg reported that hackers had managed to snag payment of 118 bitcoins (about $1.14M US at the time of the exchange) from Covid-19 researchers in early June.
Today we announce that we have joined the Cyber Alliance to Defend our Healthcare. The Cyber Alliance was created by C5 Capital to protect against the unprecedented rise in malicious cyber attacks on healthcare organizations during the global pandemic.
ShardSecure™ was recently included in the Forrester report, “The Zero Trust eXtended Ecosystem: Data”.
Until recently, when it came to protection for cloud data, I considered encryption the primary method. Then a few months ago, I came across a new technology called microsharding which disrupted my viewpoint.
DC Consulting is a value-added reseller and leading provider of information security solutions and professional services, supporting clients with the design, strategy, implementation and ongoing support of successful cyber security programs. Through the partnership, DC Consulting will resell and implement our unique Microshard™ technology in North America.
The global pandemic has also shone a spotlight on another type of highly sensitive data: vaccine research and associated medical records. As scientists across the globe search for a Coronavirus cure, data privacy and security have become a challenge all their own.
ShardSecure’s revolutionary approach to data security uses Microsharding to automatically shred, mix and distribute data in a way that makes it incomplete and unreadable. This ensures that data is protected in the event of a breach, separated from those with privileged access and that the sensitivity class is reduced for regulatory compliance.
According to IDC Corp’s Worldwide Quarterly Cloud IT Infrastructure Tracker, total end user spending on IT products for public and […]
Over the last several weeks, organizations across the globe have scrambled to provide millions of employees with the tools necessary to work from home. For those employers for whom remote work has never been common practice, adapting for today’s conditions is not a matter of broadening existing security practices but of creating them on the fly. And the information at stake is some of the most sensitive traveling across the internet today.
Seasoned cybersecurity sales executive Robert Stephen has joined ShardSecure as VP of Strategic Sales. He has played a key role in the growth of industry-leading cybersecurity organizations such as Cylance and SentinelOne.
Industrifonden has participated in the ShardSecure’s oversubscribed seed round, joining lead investor SineWave Ventures, Tom Noonan, 500 Startups and others in the investment round originally announced late last year.
The conference will feature presentations, panels and one-on-one meetings with representatives from 500 of the fastest growing private companies spanning all major sectors of security and technology as well as 1,400 attendees including CEOs, PE/VC investors and M&A professionals from public companies.
John McNulty is a cyber security veteran who held leadership positions at Intel and Genesys before guiding NASDAQ-traded Secure Computing as Chairman and CEO through tremendous turnaround and growth from 1999 to 2008, leading to its acquisition by McAfee for approximately $500 million.
Hardly a month into 2020, the cybersecurity news beat is already flush with headlines. One of the most notable came […]
Each new week seemingly brings with it another disturbing discovery of personal data left unsecured and exposed on the internet. Different companies — spanning industries as varied as pornography, cannabis, and medical records — screwing up in hard-to-parse ways, all with the same casualty: your privacy.
In addition to announcing a seed funding round and building out a prominent advisory board comprising security industry leaders and forward-looking customers, ShardSecure’s alignment with major cloud providers furthers their strategic initiative to provide a secure on-ramp to the cloud for security-conscious clients in the enterprise.
There’s no doubt cloud adoption is becoming ubiquitous. The datasets and workloads that have been migrated to cloud versus those […]
ShardSecure announced today that it has secured seed funding in a round led by SineWave Ventures, with participation from cybersecurity industry luminary Tom Noonan, 500 Startups, CTM Insights, and The Fund. Noonan has also joined the company’s Advisory Board.
Millions of SMS messages have been leaked by a database run by TrueDialog, a business SMS provider for businesses and higher education providers.
Amazon S3, one of the leading cloud storage solutions, is used by companies all over the world for a variety of use cases to power their IT operations. Over four years, UpGuard has detected thousands of S3-related data breaches caused by the misconfiguration of S3 security settings.
Could quantum computing render cryptographic signatures obsolete? Quantum computers are poised to be the next big evolution in computing as they will be able to solve calculations that would take today’s supercomputers thousands of years to do.
Alphabet Inc.’s Google said it’s built a computer that’s reached “quantum supremacy,” performing a computation in 200 seconds that would take the fastest supercomputers about 10,000 years.
Traditional brokerages looking for ways to offset revenue lost from dropping commission fees can look to the public cloud for help. However, the transition won’t be easy or happen overnight.
Co-founder and CEO Bob Lam beat out over 70 other early stage companies with his presentation to investors and industry experts on the ShardSecure vision and how the company is already revolutionizing data security in the cloud even for the most security-conscious enterprises.
A hack on food-delivery service DoorDash leaked the personal data of 4.9 million customers, delivery workers, and merchants, the company revealed on Thursday.
Google’s quantum computer may not yet threaten Bitcoin’s cryptography, but quantum-resistant blockchains are getting ready just in case.
Security researcher Sanyam Jain was able to uncover an unprotected server that stored databases containing 419 million phone numbers belonging to Facebook users, or about five times more than what was exposed to Cambridge Analytica. Among the affected users there are 133 million people from the United States and 18 million from the UK.