The problem with traditional cybersecurity solutions is that they focus more on detecting symptoms rather than on addressing the underlying causes.
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RunSafe Security released Alkemist, a proprietary self-service technology built to reduce vulnerabilities and deny malware the uniformity needed to execute.
RunSafe Security announced the availability of Alkemist, a proprietary self-service technology built to reduce vulnerabilities and deny malware the uniformity needed to execute.
“We eliminate an entire class of attacks and greatly reduce the attack surface for software across critical infrastructure,” RunSafe told TechCrunch.
The Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and cloud-based applications have rapidly expanded data center risk, as smart devices increase attack vectors exponentially.
Curiosity often starts with a question. Cybersecurity is filled with them. What’s that? Will that work? How much will that cost? These questions aren’t easily answered, yet they are still worth asking.
The importance of cyber defense prevention cannot be underestimated in today’s increasingly perilous environment. RunSafe CEO Joe Saunders explains in this month’s edition of Cyber Defense Magazine.
RunSafe Security, a McLean, Va.–based company that makes a platform to protect embedded systems and devices from cyberattacks, recently closed on $2.4 million in seed funding, said CEO Joe Saunders.
RunSafe Security, a McLean, Virginia-based provider of a patented cyberhardening process for vulnerable embedded systems and devices across critical infrastructure, raised $2.4 million in seed funding. Alsop Louie Partner led the round.
WebsEdge/Education Radio Interview, Doug Britton, CTO, discusses the economics of automotive cybersecurity at the SAE International World Congress Expo 2018. SAE International, initially established as the Society of Automotive Engineers, is a U.S.-based, globally active professional association and standards developing organization for the transport industries.