cybersecurity

Cisco 2017 Annual Cybersecurity Report: The Hidden Danger of Uninvestigated Threats

by David Ulevitch, Vice President, Cisco Security
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Responding to security threats requires time, talent and money — resources that most security professionals would agree are in seemingly short supply. As discussed in the Cisco 2017 Annual Cybersecurity Report (ACR), security teams seek out strategies such as automated security solutions or cloud-based tools to overcome these resource constraints.

Barclays Digital Conference: Evolution to Revolution

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The third annual Barclays conference devoted to developments in digital saw more than 300 people gather in London to hear industry leaders speak on a range of topics from Artificial Intelligence (AI) to cybersecurity. 

With a programme covering some of the hottest topics of the tech revolution, the Barclays Digital Conference 2016 attracted a host of big-name speakers from the worlds of business, innovation and investment, as well as key figures from across the banking group.

Driving Security into Digitized, Connected Cars

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As cars become digitized and connected to enable a better driving experience, enhance safety and relieve congestion, the threat of a cyber event is ever present. But General Motors goes to great lengths to protect both customer lives and their personal information.

Cisco’s CyberCamp Accelerates Next Generation of Cybersecurity Professionals

by Megan DePorter Zeishner, Community Relations Program Manager
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Last week, Cisco’s Research Triangle Park (RTP), NC and San Jose, CA campuses hosted 60 students for the CyberCamp Summer Camp 2016 – a special cybersecurity camp sponsored by CyberPatriot, the Air Force Association’s national youth cyber education program. In its second year, CyberCamp aims to inspire local students towards education and careers in cybersecurity and other science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines.

10,000 Scholarships to Start 10,000 Cybersecurity Careers

by Austin Belisle
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Now more than ever, cybersecurity is a top-of-mind issue for business, students, and even United States presidential candidates. With billions of bytes of data connecting to the Internet every day, our information needs more protection and security than ever before.

FCA US Launches Bug Bounty Program to Advance Vehicle Cybersecurity

Bugcrowd Selected to Manage FCA US Bug Bounty Program
Summary: 
  • FCA US first full-line automaker to offer “bug bounty” financial reward for discovery of potential vehicle cybersecurity vulnerabilities
  • Program leverages Bugcrowd to enhance safety and security of FCA US consumers, their vehicles and connected services
  • Up to $1,500 bounty paid per bug, depending on impact and severity
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  • FCA US first full-line automaker to offer “bug bounty” financial reward for discovery of potential vehicle cybersecurity vulnerabilities
  • Program leverages Bugcrowd to enhance safety and security of FCA US consumers, their vehicles and connected services
  • Up to $1,500 bounty paid per bug, depending on impact and severity

FCA US Launches Bug Bounty Program to Advance Vehicle Cybersecurity

Bugcrowd Selected to Manage FCA US Bug Bounty Program
Summary: 
  • FCA US first full-line automaker to offer “bug bounty” financial reward for discovery of potential vehicle cybersecurity vulnerabilities
  • Program leverages Bugcrowd to enhance safety and security of FCA US consumers, their vehicles and connected services
  • Up to $1,500 bounty paid per bug, depending on impact and severity
Press Release
  • FCA US first full-line automaker to offer “bug bounty” financial reward for discovery of potential vehicle cybersecurity vulnerabilities
  • Program leverages Bugcrowd to enhance safety and security of FCA US consumers, their vehicles and connected services
  • Up to $1,500 bounty paid per bug, depending on impact and severity

Cisco Launches $10 Million Global Cybersecurity Scholarship to Increase Talent Pool; Introduces New and Updated Certifications

Company Bolsters Ongoing Efforts to Equip IT Security Industry with Needed Technical Talent to Keep Organizations Secure and Productive in the Digital Age
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SAN JOSE, Calif., June 15, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Cybersecurity provides the critical foundation organizations require to protect themselves, enable trust, move faster, add greater value and grow. However, research indicates there will be a global shortage of two million cybersecurity professionals by 2019. To help close this security skills gap, Cisco is introducing a $10 million Global Cybersecurity Scholarship program and enhancements to its security certification portfolio.

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