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Thales, a global leader in digital security, and Tata Communications, a leading global digital infrastructure provider, are working together to develop a secure global IoT connectivity solution. Tata Communications MOVE™ mobility and IoT platform and Thales’s T-Sure warranted digital identity offering is set to unlock the value in data generated by connected devices such as cars and trucks, whilst maintaining the integrity and security of IoT data.
The official Security Visa for certification as a security incident detection service provider (PDIS*) has now been awarded to Thales by ANSSI, France's national agency for information system security. This latest Security Visa follows earlier qualifications obtained by Thales, which include basic qualification for the Cybels Sensor cyberattack detection probe, and PASSI certification as a provider of audit and consultancy services to government and critical infrastructure providers.
After serving as development partner for the Ci5 Cargo Community System now in service at the Port of Marseille Fos, Thales is providing its blockchain expertise to MGI, the systems provider behind this collaborative freight management platform.
2019 Thales Access Management Index finds almost half of businesses believe cloud apps make them target for cyber-attacks
According to new research from Thales, almost half (49%) of businesses believe cloud apps make them a target for cyber-attacks. Surveying 1,050 IT decision makers globally, Thales’ 2019 Access Management Index revealed that cloud applications (49%) are listed in the top three reasons an organization might be attacked, just behind unprotected infrastructure such as IoT devices (54%) and web portals (50%).
Thales, European leader in cybersecurity, and world leader in data protection, and ESET leading European secure software solutions developer, announce a partnership to integrate the flow of ESET’s cyber information in the Thales cyber threat intelligence center.
Deep inside the Sahel region of Africa, military forces face an asymmetric threat that remains largely hidden from view.
Connecting forces and equipment gives the collaborative edge over fast-changing risks of hybrid warfare.
The next generation of trains will be autonomous, operating without human help, thanks to digital technologies including artificial intelligence and big data. Read on
Car manufacturers, Tier1 suppliers and Thales are together in a race against time. Vehicles are perhaps one of the most ‘connected’ objects in the new epoch of the Internet of Things. So how do we protect them from potential cyberthreats?
Cruising at Mach 1.2 over hostile territory, flight lieutenant Johan is returning from a reconnaissance mission at the controls of the lead aircraft.