January 2018 - Cybersecurity for Business.

Password Manager Vulnerability Silently Giving Up Credentials

If you’re not using a 3rd party password manager, now’s a good time to start Disclaimer: Right off the bat, let me say that I don’t have a dog in this fight. I don’t work for, nor have received any money from any company that makes a password manager, either personally or through Threatcare. My opinion

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Threatcare Acquires Savage Security, Now Offers Cybersecurity Services

Threatcare, the leader in proactive cyber defense, today announced its acquisition of Savage Security, a privately held provider of cybersecurity services and applied research. Threatcare gains the ability to provide services alongside Violet, the cybersecurity industry’s first virtual assistant, while Savage Security’s founders will continue their services work with the benefit of larger staff and funding.

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The Internet ‘melts down’ as CPU issues challenge our idea of what a security vulnerability looks like

A summary of the most important points regarding Meltdown and Spectre to the average person Intro/TL;DR This is legitimately a Big Deal (TM). This is a problem with performance features of CPUs that makes it possible to bypass protections between processes in userspace and processes in kernel (privileged) space. In other words, Meltdown and Spectre break

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Threatcare Secures $1.4 Million in Seed Funding Led by Moonshots Capital to Scale Proactive Cyber Defense Platform

Threatcare, the leader in proactive cyber defense, today announced $1.4 million in seed funding led by Moonshots Capital, a seed-stage venture capital firm. The new funding will be used for recruiting, product development and onboarding new customers. As part of the funding, Craig Cummings, Co-founder and General Partner at Moonshots Capital, will join the Board of

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