When it comes to IT security, big tech firms keep looking to Israel for their next buy.
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The head of IT strategy at Russia's biggest bank sees the cloud as a necessary evil and is investing in security startups to deal with hackers that want to get into its systems.
More funding for the cloud-focused Israeli threat detection startup.
Siemens is impressed at what Israeli security startups CyActive can do – developing ways of mitigating attacks before they can take place.
The Tel Aviv company issued a blog post about a new twist on a known Active Directory security hole – which was followed up by reports that Microsoft might buy the company.
Trying to prevent hacking attacks is a losing proposition, says Illusive Networks CEO Shlomo Touboul. Keeping them busy with phony data is a much better strategy.
With its acquisition of document security firm WatchDox, BlackBerry hopes to re-appeal to former customers who have moved on to other platforms.
EMC's RSA division Anti-Fraud Command Center (AFCC) in Israel is online 24/7, fighting the constant battle against the phishers and hackers that target financial institutions.
Israeli government sys admins managed to ward off 44 million attacks against its sites in five days. Here's how they did it.
Three Israeli hackers have been among the most prolific hunters in Google's bug bounty program - but they still trust the company with their data.