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DigiCert highlights role of digital trust to protect against cybersecurity threats

Lehi, Utah. 28 April 2022 – DigiCert, Inc., the provider of digital trust, along with top security industry pundits, addressed the role of digital trust in enabling individuals and businesses to successfully operate in a connected world challenged by growing cybersecurity threats. The company outlined its vision for cybersecurity today and how it will evolve as digital transformation continues to expand the surface area of where and how the world engages online.

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The new identity parade: Digital twin trust through decentralised identity

The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the increasing number of smart devices is being matched by the development of digital twins used to encode and emulate real-world objects. However, these developments will falter unless we have privacy-preserving identity protection to create trust across the new population of digital beings, argues Nelson Petracek, global CTO at TIBCO.

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Knowledge and experience need to ramp quickly to meet the massive expectations for cloud-native development

London, UK. 21 April 2022 – OutSystems, a global specialist in low-code application development, released findings from a global survey of IT leaders and developers gauging the benefits and challenges of cloud-native development, with results highlighting stark contrasts between expectations and readiness. The report, “Cloud-Native Development: Ready or Not? What IT Executives and Developers Say,” reveals that while analysts expect a sharp rise in cloud-native development globally, more than half of respondents (53%) still don’t know much about it.

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Digital wallets transaction value to grow 60% by 2026 globally

Hampshire, UK. 26 April 2022 – A new study from Juniper Research has found that the value of digital wallets transactions will exceed $12 trillion (€11.32 trillion) in 2026, from $7.5 trillion (€7.07 trillion) in 2022. To capitalise on this substantial growth, the research predicts digital payment vendors will diversify their payment products to include new solutions, such as buy-now-pay-later and cryptocurrencies. Digital wallets are software-based systems that securely store users’ payment information for many payment methods in one location.

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Service buses and their impact on digitalisation

One of the biggest challenges that enterprises face in their digitalisation efforts is having too many complex data silos and applications that don’t follow a common architecture. The promises of the fourth industrial revolution are significant, but there are several traps that companies need to avoid in order secure the long-term outcome of their digitalisation projects. The answer lies in a flexible, future-proofed data architecture, says Martin Thunman, CEO and co-founder at edge analytics platform Crosser.

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Cybereason DFIR solution claimed to contain cyberattacks in minutes

London, UK. 21 April 2022 XDR company, Cybereason has launched Cybereason DFIR (Digital Forensics Incident Response). This is a solution designed to automate incident response (IR) investigations by incorporating nuanced forensics artifacts into threat hunting, reducing remediation time by enabling security analysts to contain cyberattacks in minutes.

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Kerlink announces participation in pre-sale initial coin offering

Thorigne-Fouillard, France. 21 April 2022 – Kerlink, a specialist in solutions dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), announced its participation in a pre-sale of Kalima tokens, called KLX, issued through the Initial Coin Offering (pre-ICO) of Kalima, a French specialist in blockchain specifically designed for smart contracts to support industrial processes and operations, such as logistics, energy consumption, or environmental monitoring, among others.

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ML & deep learning technology to flourish at a 5.7% CAGR in the global AI in IoT market

The global market for AI in IoT is estimated at US$ 6.2 Billion (€5.69 billion) in 2022 and is projected to reach US$ 142.4 Billion (€130.59 billion) by 2032. The market is expected to reach a CAGR of 6.2% during the forecast period from 2022 to 2032. This market is projected to grow steadily over the next few years as billions of devices, services, and systems connect to each other, which is expected to be primarily driven by the adoption of low-cost sensors that are able to convert physical data into digital content. Moreover, the growing demand for smart cities and IoT solutions in developing regions has increased the value of AI in the IoT market.

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How big a deal is ad fraud?

In 2020, worldwide damages from ad fraud reached a whopping $35Billion (€32.07 billion), according to Statista. Other approximations differ Juniper/TrafficGuard estimates it to be $34 Billion (€31.15 billion), rising to $87 Billion (€79.71 billion) by 2022. According to them, the majority of this will be lost in the Asia-Pacific area, where the present $19 Billion (€17.41 billion) is expected to climb to $56 Billion (€51.30 billion). By 2025, it’s expected that ad fraud would cost more than $50 Billion (€45.81 billion) every year, says Andrius Palionis, VP of enterprise solutions at Oxylabs.io.

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OT cybersecurity provider TXOne Networks expands its presence in Europe

TXOne Networks, a global provider in ICS and industrial IoT (IIoT) security, strengthens its presence and expands its team in Europe. With the new team and a new office at the high tech campus (HT5) in Eindhoven, the fast growing company will extend its channel activities and customer support in the Europe region.

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SentinelOne expands the Singularity marketplace with new partner integrations

Mountain View, USA. 13 April 2022 – SentinelOne, an autonomous cybersecurity platform company, announced integrations with Arctic Wolf, LogRhythm, and Noetic Cyber expanding the set of capabilities available via SentinelOne’s Singularity Marketplace. The Singularity Marketplace allows organisations to leverage SentinelOne’s XDR technology for diverse cybersecurity use cases.

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Sustainable manufacturing at the edge

In the wake of landmark climate event, COP26, manufacturers are striving to align their activities with the global net zero targets. But the sector has a long way to go. It currently produces more than 16 gigatons of carbon dioxide (CO2) each year. Here, Johan Jonzon, co-founder and CMO of edge analytics Crosser, explains how leveraging the industrial edge could help the manufacturing industry improve its sustainability credentials.

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GCF and 5G-ACIA sign cooperation deal to explore industrial 5G certification needs

London, UK & Frankfurt/Main, Germany. 11th April, 2022 – The Global Certification Forum (GCF) and the 5G Alliance for Connected Industries and Automation (5G-ACIA) as a working group of ZVEI Electro and Digital Industry Association have signed a cooperation agreement (COOP) to jointly investigate industrial 5G certification needs. This agreement brings together experts from operational technology (OT) companies and information and communication technology (ICT) companies with experts from the Global Certification Forum.

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ETSI’s standard to secure consumer IoT devices is extended to home gateways

Sophia Antipolis. 7 April 2022 – ETSI is pleased to announce a new cyber security specification for Home Gateways, called ETSI TS 103 848 and developed by the CYBER Technical Committee. Adapted from the provisions of the standard to secure consumer IoT devices, EN 303 645, this technical specification will secure physical devices between the in-home network and the public network, as well as the traffic between these networks.

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Study finds 86% of developers do not view application security as a top priority

London, UK. 5 April 2022 – Secure Code Warrior, a global, developer-driven security provider, has released findings from its annual ‘The State of Developer-Driven Security’ 2022 survey, which found that developers’ actions and attitudes toward software security are in conflict. While many developers acknowledge the importance of applying a security-led approach in the software development lifecycle, 86% do not view application security as a top priority when writing code.

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This ‘hands-on’ AI-based test project will help ensure astronaut gloves are safe in space

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) aren’t space tourists. They’re workers, scientists and engineers. They are doing critical science missions in an intense operating environment where safety is paramount. On spacewalks they repair equipment, install new instruments and upgrade the largest spacecraft ever flown. Just like workers here on Earth, their gloves can show wear and tear even rips and cuts presenting potential safety concerns.

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Thales and Redcentric roll out SafeNet Trusted Access solution to meet healthcare demand

In response to increased demand at the onset of the pandemic, UK-based IT managed service provider, Redcentric, had to quickly scale its connectivity solutions. For this, global technology company Thales launches a full scale rollout of its cloud-based Access and Management and Authentication platform to support Redcentric’s need for increased and secure connectivity solutions, whilst also meeting compliance issues on protecting access to sensitive services.

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