TechCrunch – Security is everything — more so than ever in startup land. But with the constant pressures to launch and scale, how do you build a secure startup from the ground up without slowing growth?
ComputerWeekly – Most third-party risks are discovered after the initial due diligence period, Gartner study shows, highlighting the need for a new approach to risk management and the importance of effective access controls.
Sky News – More than one million fingerprints and a host of usernames and passwords have been exposed on an unsecured database hosted by a security platform that lists the Metropolitan Police among its clients. Researchers claim to have discovered the publicly accessible information on the web-based BioStar 2, which is owned and operated by South Korean company Suprema.
Forbes – Drone commercialization has skyrocketed over the past five years. With capabilities from top-quality imaging and video software to speeds that can reach over 60 miles per hour, drones are endlessly appealing to the public. However, these same capabilities quickly become dangerous if the products on the market are not secure.
HelpNetSecurity – While working on a web-mapping project, VPNMentor researchers Noam Rotem and Ran Locar discovered a publicly accessible database containing fingerprint records of over 1 million users, facial recognition information, personal information and much more.