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September 23, 2015

Cloud-Security Firm Zscaler Completes a $110 Million Funding Round

California-based cloud security company Zscaler has just raised $25 million from Google Capital, adding to an oversubscribed round of funding amounting to $85 million from August.

The cybersecurity industry is thriving, and companies with promise and potential are bringing in plenty of investment.

The latest company to get a boost in its financing is Zscaler, a cloud security firm headquartered in San Jose, California. In its most recent round of funding, the company raised $25 million from Google’s equity investment arm that focuses on late-stage financing – Google Capital.

The investment adds to an oversubscribed round that Zscaler raised in August, to the tune [...]

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July 16, 2015

Baseball’s Hacking Scandal Underscores Need For Password, Cloud Security

Major League Baseball will not investigate allegations that Cardinals’ front office personnel illegally hacked Houston Astros’ databases until the federal investigation has been completed, according to recent reports. Rob Manfred said the FBI and Justice Department had informed the Commissioner’s office aware of the investigation’s timetable and movement, but of few specifics.

The incident is unprecedented for baseball and sports in general. It is an entirely different incident than the New England Patriot’s exploits of stealing plays and deflating NFL footballs. And it should have been totally expected. Cheating has been a part of baseball for a very long time. “Cheating is [...]

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February 17, 2015

2015 Black Hat Asia Conference to Highlight Cloud Security & More

Black Hat Briefings, which have taken place since the late 90s, are the most important events of the year for security professionals. Sponsored by the likes of Microsoft and Cisco, they regularly feature prescient and grounded security concerns to IT professionals in ways that enable them to improve security within their domain. This year’s Black Hat Asia Conference will be no exception, with several radically important security concerns being brought to the surface.

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