Airbus BizLab launched the third season of its acceleration programme by shortlisting six startups. The programme is designed not only for aerospace start-ups but also encourages ones with innovative, new-age solutions that can be adapted for the aviation sector. This includes data analytics, AI, factories of the future, smart energy, cybersecurity, supply chain/blockchain, space tech, urban air mobility etc. The lab received 140 applications from seven countries.
Airbus BizLab in Bengaluru has launched the third season of its acceleration program. Out of 140 applications from seven countries, six shortlisted start-ups will form the third group of the BizLab program
Just like HTTP is the foundation for sharing data (Text, Voice & Video) on the world wide web, Blockchain can be the foundation for sharing value. It is a ledger system to track transactions and transfer value.
We’ve been talking about the advantages blockchain brings to the finance industry but how about cybersecurity? Blockchain is revolutionizing multiple industries including cybersecurity but one question lingers: *how* can this technology help fight cyber attacks? We talked with Floyd DCosta, co-founder at Block Armour about the role the technology behind Bitcoin plays in blocking (if possible) cyber attacks.
If the 19th century was the era of the Industrial Revolution, the 21st century will go down in history for the being the era of the Digital Revolution.
In recent months a flurry of security startups have emerged from stealth mode (would you expect anything less?) and unveiled new products that use the latest technologies including machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), and blockchain to prevent - and predict - attacks.
Threat intelligence is the mechanism of collecting actionable information on adversaries. This information consists of details on Threat Actors (APT Groups, Nation States, Hacktivists and other attackers), Threat Vectors (SPAM, Vulnerabilities, Exploit Kits, new hacking tools etc.), Indicators of Compromise (symptoms indicating a particular group or attack), and Actionable advice about the current prevalent threats.
We’re only halfway through 2017, but the world has already seen at least 2 global ransomware attacks. According to a report by Kaspersky, ransomware attacks have increased by 11.4% in the past 12 months, to almost 2.6 million worldwide.
Adoption of cloud services continues to grow among enterprises worldwide for strategic and tactical benefits. While a few years ago, the cloud remained an interesting concept that most organizations were wary about, nearly every organization has migrated a portion of its IT infrastructure into a cloud model.
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