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LayerX Security Raises $24M for its Browser Security Platform, Enabling Employees to Work Securely from Any Browser, Anywhere

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LayerX , pioneer of the LayerX Browser Security platform, today announced $24 million in Series A funding led by Glilot+, the early-growth fund of Glilot Capital Partners, with participation from Dell Technologies Capital and other investors.

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3 data security disciplines to drive AI innovation

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Unsurprisingly, the more data that is stored, accessed, and processed across different cloud architectures that typically also span different geographic jurisdictions, the more security and privacy risks arise. Securing from AI : Just like most new technologies, artificial intelligence is a double-edged sword.

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Navigating Cloud Cost Complexity and Security

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In the ever-evolving landscape of cloud computing, today’s leading enterprises are seeking ways to optimize their operations and enhance their security measures. Cloud costs and security are two critical aspects that every organization must carefully manage, and they are more closely intertwined than you might think.

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Bringing together DevOps and mainframe security

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Mainframe developers face unique challenges when ensuring their IT environments are secure. Tools like open source have helped give a boost to software development, but it also means security needs to always be top of mind. Chief among those challenges? What’s the state of DevSecOps today?

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What Regulations Will Impact Sustainability Comms in 2024?

Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Climate disclosure rules The European Commission’s Green Claims Directive California’s passing of SB 253 and SB 261 The impact of Capricorn season signaling on sustainability and social impact communication is also unmistakable, particularly as it relates to public and private reporting.

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5 tips for securing your remote workspace

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Security professionals must adapt controls to a world where the perimeter is distributed, and users can log into corporate resources from any network and any device. There are a range of tools that security teams can use to protect users and devices. The overriding obligation remains with IT to ensure the security of users.

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3 business benefits of stronger security using Zero Trust principles

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Historically, these weren’t designed with security in mind. OT assets are highly vulnerable to attack because they don’t have built-in security, traffic isn’t encrypted and there’s low visibility into their functioning. Security is paramount for the core infrastructure that supports manufacturing and industrial operations.

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