ReliaQuest, the enterprise security leader, today announced that its GreyMatter platform has been recognized as the winner of the "Security Automation Solution of the Year" award for the 2019 CyberSecurity Breakthrough Awards. GreyMatter is an industry-first platform that connects disparate security technologies to provide a single comprehensive view into an enterprise's security environment, as well as the ability to deploy automated responses across it. It combines the power of both machine learning and human analysis to identify and address threats, so security teams can mobilize faster and more effectively.
ReliaQuest, the leader in enterprise cybersecurity, today announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Austin-based Threatcare, the leader in proactive cyber defense. The acquisition will increase protection for ReliaQuest's enterprise customers by providing integrated threat simulations that validate controls, content, and accompanying workflows instantly, enabling proactive improvement of security programs.
The addition of Threatcare's technology to ReliaQuest's GreyMatter platform will also enable CISOs to improve visibility over their cybersecurity tech stacks and increase control over outcomes through real-time insights and actionable responses. CEO and founder of Threatcare, Marcus J. Carey will join ReliaQuest's Office of the CTO, while all other Threatcare team members will join ReliaQuest in various roles.
As A-LIGN, a Tampa Bay-based cybersecurity and compliance solutions provider, searched for a second U.S. office, the company saw an opportunity in Denver.
With a host of clients on the West Coast and an educated local workforce, A-LIGN opened its Denver office in June. The company’s 30 local employees work out of the INDUSTRY building at 3001 Brighton Blvd. in RiNo.
“Denver was a natural choice for our expansion as it is ranked tenth nationally for businesses in the technology sector and allows us to better serve our clients on the West Coast,” said CEO Scott Price.
EBANX has conducted a survey on the state of cross-border purchases in Brazil, revealing that smartphones have facilitated access to global products and services.
The survey found that mobile phones were the preferred device for 62% of respondents when making international purchases in 2018. The research “Beyond Borders: The Cross-Border Consumption in Brazil” also shows that paying with instalments is a preference of the Brazilian consumer: 4 out of 5 consumers choose instalments in purchases over USD 48. The more expensive the product, the greater the tendency to split the total amount into instalments.
Clearent, a leading integrated payments solution provider in the U.S., today announced changes to its leadership team. Pamela Joseph, an accomplished leader in the payments industry and current Chair of the Clearent Board, has been named CEO of Clearent. Founder Dan Geraty will be stepping down as CEO and transitioning to the role of Chairman of the Clearent Board of Directors.
Pam brings more than two decades of leadership experience in the technology and payments industry. Before joining Clearent, Pam held leadership positions at various financial services companies, including VISA, Elavon, U.S. Bancorp and TSYS.
EBANX has announced that it will start processing payments for Uber in LATAM. The fintech company will process cash voucher and bank transfer payments for Uber in Brazil and also in other countries in LATAM. According to the press release, the first integration tests are being conducted and more details of the partnership will be released soon.
OpenSesame, the elearning innovator, has announced a partnership with Appinium, a leading provider of content distribution and tracking solutions on the Salesforce App Cloud, to deliver its curated 20,000+ elearning courses on the Salesforce platform. As enterprise organizations look to close skill gaps, training needs to occur within everyday workflows to maximize employee uptake, engagement and impact.
Global 2000 companies trust OpenSesame to design training programs to make their workforces more productive. It is challenging to show a direct link between training and productivity. However, by providing contextual, targeted training in a Salesforce deployment strategy and environment, learning can be woven into the learners’ natural workflow and no longer isolated in a learning management system (LMS).
Egress, the leading provider of people-centric data security solutions, announced today that it has appointed Robin Bell as Chief Information Officer to drive forward new technology initiatives that will see this tech scale-up continue on its aggressive global expansion plans. With immediate effect, Robin will take responsibility for overseeing operations, service delivery and enterprise software delivery.
As VP of Operations at Egress for the last two years, Robin was responsible for leading all aspects of operations including customer service desk, operational support, deployment and automation, internal IT and security operations to deliver SaaS platforms for enterprise customers.
Shortly after Blake Hall moved to Washington, D.C., he went to the local Department of Motor Vehicles to get a driver’s license. He brought with him insurance and bank statements from USAA, waited his turn and was turned away. Although both documents types are acceptable as proof of residency, two documents from the same issuing entity can't be used.
To make sure others don’t experience his frustration, his company ID.me has created Real ID Pre-Screening, a digital tool that vets documents people need when they apply for a Real ID-compliant driver’s license – the DMV-issued state identification that will become required for domestic air travel on Oct. 1, 2020.
Emphasizing its expansion into multi-channel payments, Credorax is partnering with mobile point of sale developer BBPOS to provide mobile POS solutions for independent software vendors and sales organizations across Europe.
Credorax, a Tel Aviv-based merchant acquirer/processor with a European banking license, will provide its acquiring services to BBPOS customers using Network Merchants Inc.'s (NMI) gateway technology. The payment services will be available in all 32 European Union regions.