Infosecurity Magazine February 5, 2016

There’s a RAT in Your Mobile

By: Oren Kedem Mobile banking and mobile payments are becoming the method of choice for users wishing to bank online. Nearly two-thirds of Americans own a smart phone, and that number is only expected to rise exponentially in the coming years. Mobile phones have increasingly become tools that consumers rely on […]

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The Financial Times January 19, 2016

Kreditech: A credit check by social media

By: Jeevan Vasagar The analysis begins with the first keyboard strokes of a borrower seeking a loan on Kreditech’s site, gathering clues about personality and identity — such as whether someone types in their name or pastes it in. Copying and pasting a name suggests a fraudulent bot rather than a […]

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Forbes January 18, 2016

16 London-Based Startups Ready To Take On 2016

By: Yoav Vilner If you didn’t catch it, last month I outlined the 16 Israeli Startups Ready To Take On 2016. Because my followers enjoyed the post so much (thanks, everyone!), I decided to draft a similar article, but this time about startupslocated in my second home — London. In the past few […]

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Uncategorized January 16, 2016

5 Tools Every Digital Entrepreneur Needs

By: Lauren Bowling As I’m sure you’re all aware (aka tired of hearing about it) — I‘m self-employed and loving it. Being my own boss has been both super fulfilling and super stressful, and I’m still learning how to keep it all balanced. Sometimes it just seems like there aren’t enough hours […]

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Network World January 14, 2016

Fortscale's user behavioral analytics solution provides full context when truly malicious behavior is detected

By: Linda Musthaler One of the weakest links in security systems is end user credentials. They are often abused by their legitimate owners, and stolen by malicious actors. The 2014 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report revealed that 88% of insider breaches involve abuse of privileges, and 82% of security attacks involve […]

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CIO Story January 13, 2016

SQream Technologies: Leveraging the Power of Big Data

Every day, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is being created and the numbers are constantly going up. This poses a major challenge in the storage and performance of business critical data. Business worldwide who handles enormous amount of data, which is further scaling day by day, requires efficient and intelligent […]

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Network World

15 big data and analytics companies to watch

By: Bob Brown Security, network management and customer service all benefit from better use of big data and analytics. Making sense of data Just as practically every startup these days claims to be a cloud company or an IoT company, they’re all big data and analytics firms, too. Well, not really, […]

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American Banker January 11, 2016

Mobile Prepaid Startup Goes, Well, Mobile

By: Mary Wisniewski Despite the popularity of digital banking, consumers still seem to crave a physical launchpad – a place where they can go to get things started. A startup geared toward the prepaid market thinks it has found a way to effectively bridge the gap between high-touch onboarding and all […]

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PandoDaily December 29, 2015

2016's most promising unicorns are the ones you've never heard of

By: Sarah Lacy Last week, CB Insights released its annual IPO Pipeline report. It was both great timing because reporters like me are looking for insightful “what to expect in 2016!” stories. But also lousy timing because reporters like me are taking a much deserved break and probably haven’t dug […]

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Tech.co December 28, 2015

These Are the Big Data Startups That Won 2015

By: Philip Kushmaro If you think about just how much data is on the web right now, it’s not surprising that Big Data analytics have become the fastest growing segment of the IT industry. After all, they’re designed to unscramble the mess of online data us laypeople have created and rearrange it […]

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