eAgency Mobile Security has partnered with law enforcement to create a national “Kid Safe” campaign designed to target cyber bullying and harassment, sexting, and sextortion in K-12 public schools. The company will sponsor a series of educational seminars for parents and offer them free use of their My Mobile Watchdog monitoring application.
Ilan Kaplan has been appointed CEO of CyberSeal, a cybersecurity company based in Tel Aviv, Israel. CyberSeal is a wholly owned subsidiary of Yahud, Israel-based Magal Security Systems (Magal S3), a provider of products and services related to cybersecurity, perimeter intrusion detection systems, and video solutions.
Voom Technologies’ Shadow 3 said to provide a quick way to investigate computers without compromising evidence
Editor’s note: Voom Technologies of Lakeland, MN has provided this description of its Shadow 3 technology, which the company says can quickly view and navigate a suspect’s computer using its operating system, applications, and files to speed investigations and improve evidentiary presentations.
To access a suspect’s computer, traditional procedure involves removing the hard drive, creating a forensic image (a duplicate copy) and then analyzing that copy using sophisticated industry-specific software.
By Ken Ammon
Dallas-based iSIGHT Partners, a cyber threat intelligence company, has named Admiral Patrick Walsh (ret.) as senior vice president at iSIGHT and general manager of ThreatSPACE, a live-fire cyber range and training facility. ThreatSPACE gives cyber security organizations hands-on instruction in responding to cyber attacks.
Noggin IT, an Australian based software developer, has just launched Noggin Inc., a U.S.-based subsidiary. Noggin IT is the developer of the Noggin OCA Incident Manager, an enterprise resilience software package designed for government and corporate clients to manage both planned and unplanned events.
Tangible Security, a cybersecurity firm, has acquired A&N Associates, an information assurance and acquisition management consulting firm based in Columbia, MD.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has asked for proposals to help improve Web searches for defense and other agencies and eventually the public. Initially, the system would be used to help the government combat human trafficking, a factor in many types of military, law enforcement, and intelligence investigations that frequently uses the Web to attract customers, according to DARPA.
Microsoft has announced three new global partnerships with the Organization of American States (OAS), Europol, and FIS to increase cooperation between international law enforcement and the private sector to combat cybercrime and improve Internet safety.
Cyber Squared recently unveiled a partnership program for its ThreatConnect intelligence platform designed to help organizations identify and eliminate cybersecurity threats. The new partnership program will support key integrations with other systems for vulnerability management, breach detection, Intrusion Prevention Systems/Intrusion Detection Systems (IPS/IDS), and incident response.