infosec

Valid’s Martin Kurpiel on establishing a culture of security in an organisation

Senior vice-president of Valid, Martin Kurpiel, discusses continuous data integration, utilising cloud and more. Martin Kurpiel is the senior vice-president of Valid, a global technology provider that offers a robust portfolio of payment, mobile, data and identity solutions. Here, he discusses the importance of engendering a culture of security in an organisation in order to …

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Dublin infosec start-up founded by BT Young Scientist winner bags $3.2m

Led by 19-year-old Shane Curran, privacy infrastructure developer Evervault has just secured major funding led by Sequoia Capital. In 2017, Dubliner Shane Curran was named winner of the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE). Now, at the age of 19, the company he founded earlier this year has secured $3.2m in seed funding. Evervault, …

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Should you buy enterprise software or build your own?

Nickolay Schwarz, CTO of BenchPrep, discusses the merits of building your own enterprise software versus buying it. As organisaions undergo rapid digital transformation, everyone is trying to figure out that magic software formula that will create efficiencies, reduce costs and maximize performance. According to Gartner, The overall IT spending is expected to grow at 2.8pc …

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Spread of ‘stupid’ IoT devices could be ‘asbestos of the future’

A cybersecurity researcher has warned that a flood of consumer IoT devices with little benefit could leave us open to disaster. The Mirai botnet was but one of many massive cyberattacks launched using internet-of-things (IoT) devices. Rather than being sophisticated attacks using secure systems, many were orchestrated using household smart devices with little-to-no security built in …

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‘Cybercriminals will increasingly leverage AI in attacks’

How will cybercriminals leverage emerging technologies? Avahai Ben-Yossef, CTO of Cymulate, gives his perspective. Avihai Ben-Yossef is the CTO of Cymulate, a company that produces a cyberattack simulation platform, which allows companies to road test their defences before cybersecurity events take place. Here, he discusses the challenges that come with digital transformation, why legacy firms …

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‘Patient data security is of the utmost importance’

Data security is an urgent concern for enterprises, but it’s even more important for firms processing patient data, Peter Ertl of Pregenerate explains. Peter Ertl is the chief technology officer at Pregenerate, a company that uses scalable organ-on-a-chip models to replace animal testing in pharmaceutical research for arthritis treatments. The company uses human cells in …

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