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  • 29th July 2019

    Visa card vulnerability that can bypass UK contactless limits discovered by Positive Technologies researchers

    Positive Technologies has today announced that researchers Leigh-Anne Galloway and Timur Yunusov have discovered flaws that allow hackers to bypass the payment limits on Visa contactless cards. Positive Technologies tested the attack with five major UK banks, successfully bypassing the UK contactless verification limit of £30 on all tested Visa cards, irrespective of the card terminal. […]

  • 3rd June 2019

    BUSINESS LEADERS ADMIT TO KNOWLEDGE GAPS AND A LACK OF RESOURCES AMID THE GROWING THREAT OF CYBER ATTACK

    Nominet releases its report Trouble at the top: The boardroom battle for cyber supremacy, which reveals the attitudes of enterprise boards towards cyber attacks. It highlights a number of knowledge gaps, a lack of resources, and disagreements and discrepancies about who is actually in charge of responding to a breach. The research surveyed more than […]

  • 2nd April 2019

    Senseon brings AI response to cyber defence

    Senseon, the next-generation AI platform for cyber defence, has announced the launch of Senseon Reflex. Built on Senseon’s award-winning AI Triangulation technology, Senseon Reflex acts autonomously, without human interaction required, to halt in progress cyber attacks in companies’ environments before they can spread and cause damage. David Atkinson, Senseon Founder and CEO, said:  “Senseon Reflex […]

  • 19th February 2019

    AI cyber defender Senseon secures $6.4m to redefine industry approach

    Senseon, the next generation AI platform for cyber defence, today announces the completion of a seed funding round of $6.4m. Leading the investment is research-led venture capital fund MMC Ventures, alongside Mark Weatherford, former Deputy Under Secretary for Cybersecurity, U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Additional investors include Amadeus Capital Partners, Crane Venture Partners and CyLon.  […]

  • 21st May 2018

    CensorNet research: almost half of UK employees put companies at risk through online activities

    CensorNet has announced research into the application and internet habits of 1000 UK adults, through personal data and insights platform CitizenMe. The survey found that 46 percent were guilty of at least one of the following bad practices, that could potentially put company data or the work network at great risk: 22 percent have shared work […]

Great article by @VenturesAv8’s @mkirby007 in @UKTNofficial today, explaining the benefits to UK #startups of securing investment from #VCs with a presence on both sides of the Atlantic uktech.news/ask-the-expert…

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