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Elizabeth Montalbano is a freelance writer who has written about technology and culture for more than 15 years. She has lived and worked as a professional journalist in Phoenix, San Francisco, and New York City. In her free time she enjoys surfing, traveling, music, yoga, and cooking. She currently resides in a small village on the southwest coast of Portugal.


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Survey: Cloud Security Still a Concern Heading into 2016

While more enterprises have become comfortable with, and even embrace, cloud computing in 2015, concerns about security associated with the technology remain as the year comes to a close, according to a recent survey by Netwrix Corp.

Exabeam CEO and founder Nir Polak

Exabeam Unveils Technology Partner Program

Security startup Exabeam has launched its initial alliance program and partners to help deliver and extend its flagship user behavior analytics technology.

Prakash Linga CTO and cofounder of Vera

Vera, Centrify Partner to Protect Sensitive Data in the Cloud

Security startup Vera has been busy solidifying partnerships to promote its data security strategy. Its latest is a deal with Centrify that aims to provide enterprises with simple, unified access control to sensitive information shared across cloud and on-premises systems, the company said.

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PrismTech’s Vortex Secures Connections Between Endpoints, Cloud Apps

PrismTech has updated its Vortex data-sharing solution with security to better protect connections between endpoints and cloud applications, allowing for distributed Internet of Things (IoT) computing between devices, the edge and the cloud, the company said.

Tim Page COO of VCE

VCE Teams with Cisco to Boost Data-Center Security

VCE has teamed with Cisco Systems (CSCO) to optimize its data-center security for enterprises running on Cisco infrastructure. The partnership is expected to help businesses gain more flexibility and agility when managing their hybrid networks.

Google, Universities Find Holes in E-Mail, Data Security

E-mail security has come a long way over the past several years, and most people feel safe when they correspond to messages even on public domains. But there is evidence that they shouldn’t be so confident in the security of their messages, according to a new study by Google (GOOG) and two Midwestern universities, which found e-mail security still fundamentally lacking.

Gil Friedrich cofounder and CEO of Avanan

Security Startup Avanan Exits Stealth with Combo Security for SaaS Apps

The security startup space continues to be a hotbed of activity. One of the latest companies to emerge from stealth to offer what it thinks will be the future of security is Tel Aviv-based Avanan, which is promising one-click deployment of industry-leading security technologies to protect enterprise data in the cloud.

Qualcomm, KT Team Up on LTE-based IoT Security for ATMs

Qualcomm (QCOM) and Korea Telecom (KT) have followed up a partnership to build IoT security with the development of an LTE-based IoT security gateway solution for ATMs, according to published reports.

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