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From tracing the journey of a can of tuna to securing the drug supply chain, blockchain technology is expanding into different sectors and areas of society
Thales is adding criminal investigations to the range of cyber services and solutions it provides, after being granted a license to conduct digital fraud investigations in the Netherlands.
The last few decades have seen phenomenal advancements in military capabilities. Intelligence-gathering that could take weeks can be done in seconds. The precision of strategic missiles is now available in single munitions. Tech that once took a convoy to move is now on
Cryptosmart PC is a turnkey VPN solution from Ercom that protects all communications to and from Windows laptop computers.
Thales alerts on the risks linked to cybercrime in its new edition of the “CyberThreat Handbook: organised cybercrime”
For the 2020 edition of Les Assises de la Sécurité, Thales launches the newest edition of its CyberThreat Handbook, this year dedicated to cybercriminals. Thales’ experts unveil their analysis and conclusions when it comes to cybercrime, an extremely dangerous network w
Stand-alone passwords are becoming less effective, but combining biometric technology with contextual attributes can keep organizations’ and individuals’ data secure
• CipherTrust Data Security Platform enables businesses to discover, protect and control sensitive data anywhere on a single platform • New ‘all-in-one’ solution removes security complexities caused by evolving regulations, growing cloud adoption and increasing threats
Railways are rapidly adopting digital technology which delivers massive gains in terms of efficiency and passenger satisfaction. But unless technology deployments are carefully managed and appropriately secured, they can introduce new vulnerabilities. At Thales, the mis
In the midst of an unprecedented global health crisis, malicious actors are taking advantage of the situation to attack the information systems of companies, organisations and individuals. To minimise the risks of a cyber-pandemic, everybody needs to be especially caref
California is the third US state to introduce legislation to protect the collection, storing and sharing of an individual’s data. We look at the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and how it compares to the GDPR