Privacera | January 02, 2023
A recent announcement by Privacera, the only open-standards based data security governance leader gave a round-up of predictions and trends that will be the mainstay for companies wanting to compete in a data-driven economy for 2023.
As more data accumulates within an organization, the adoption and combined power of data analytics, privacy, and security solutions will explode over the next few years.
Privacera's data security and governance predictions and trends for 2023:
CAOs (Chief Data Analytics Officers) will be part of C-Suite
As enterprises will become more data-driven to achieve desired business outcomes, the CAO’s role will become even more indispensable.
Multi-cloud adoption to exponentially grow
To modernize their data architecture, enterprises will look towards adopting a multi-cloud strategy with a strategic approach and a scalable data security platform.
Create Frictionless Data Security (DSG) environments
A universal DSG environment with security and governance controls across the entire data estate for organizations of all sizes.
Zero Trust and Data Mesh
With Zero Trust and Data Mesh location of the data remains the same and ensures all safety, compliance and privacy measures are observed.
New Federal Regulations to Protect Consumer Data
Consumer awareness that organizations are collecting, storing and using their data is creating an urgent need for Congress to write and pass data and privacy regulations.
"Data security platforms will continue to gain popularity as they help simplify the complexity of managing data access controls, support data governance strategies, and drive higher-value analytics that unlock the full data-driven potential of enterprises."Privacera CEO Balaji Ganesan.
Founded in 2016, Privacera's SaaS-based data security and access governance platform, gives you a unified view and control over sensitive data across multiple cloud services, including AWS, Azure, Databricks, GCP, Snowflake, and Starburst. Privacera platform is used by Fortune 500 customers in the finance, insurance, life sciences, retail, media, and consumer industries, as well as government agencies, to automate sensitive data discovery, mask sensitive data, and manage high-fidelity policies at petabyte scale on-premises and in the cloud.
Germany Trade & Invest | November 14, 2022
Germany's Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) has contracted software company QMWare and cloud specialist IONOS, together with the University of Stuttgart and the Fraunhofer FOKUS research institute, to construct a platform for quantum computing applications for German industry. The cloud will be the first of its kind in the country.
The project, called SeQenC, will run for three years and is part of the ministry's "Digital Technologies for Business" support program. The ministry will be investing tens of millions of euros, although no exact figure was named.
During the project's three-year span, selected partner companies from industry and the wider economy will be invited to test out applications in sectors such as telecommunications, logistics, finance, automotive and energy.
The project is the latest in a series of quantum computing initiating to come from the BMWK. In late September, the ministry announced that it would put EUR 14 million into a quantum processer prototype developed on the basis of photonic systems. The BMWK has pledged to invest EUR 740 million in quantum computing as a whole.
"The German government's investment indicate how serious it is about quantum computing in Germany, Such initiatives not only create superior conditions for businesses active in Germany. They also show that niches are arising for international quantum computing businesses to come to Europe's largest economy and profit from this exciting transformation."
-Asha-Maria Sharma, computing industry expert at the German government agency Germany Trade & Invest.
Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) is the economic promotion agency of the Federal Republic of Germany. GTAI supports German companies setting up in foreign markets, promotes Germany as a business location and assists foreign companies setting up shop in Germany.
Cyware | January 27, 2023
On January 26, 2023, a next-generation cybersecurity solutions provider Cyware, announced that its Cyber Security Centre (CFC) had achieved FedRAMP Ready designation from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program's PMO (FedRAMP PMO). The adoption of secure cloud services throughout the federal government by offering a standardized approach to security for cloud technologies deployed in federal agencies is promoted by FedRAMP, a US govt-based program.
The designation FedRAMP Ready signifies that a Third-Party Assessment Organization attests to Cyware's security capabilities and that a RAR (Readiness Assessment Report) has been deemed acceptable and reviewed by the FedRAMP PMO. As a result, the Cyware platform enables contractors and government agencies to benefit from the solution's advanced threat intelligence automation and created threat response capabilities which can improve the adoption of secure cloud technologies.
Cyware's CFC offers federal security teams a solution to improve security effectiveness, speed up proactive response, and improve collaboration within the whole security ecosystem of a federal agency. The main goal is to make the country safer from cyberattacks by making better use of tools, resources, and assets that already exist.
Chief Executive Officer of Cyware, Anuj Goel, said, "We are proud that Cyware has achieved this important FedRAMP milestone. This demonstrates our commitment to enhancing threat intelligence sharing and security operations for the public sector." He also said, "Now federal customers can leverage our platform to enable security collaboration, extend threat visibility, correlate threat intelligence, and ensure the highest levels of cloud security through intelligent orchestration and response."
(Source: Business Wire)
Founded in 2016, a product-based cyber security provider,Cyware offers full-stack innovative cyber fusion solutions for all-source, technical, tactical, and operational threat response automation and threat intelligence sharing. The company empowers enterprises to adapt to the evolving threat landscape is utilizing the advances in ML, AI, Security Automation and Orchestration Technologies. The Cyber Fusion solution from Cyware combines SOAR and TIP technology, which makes it easier for security teams that work in separate groups to work together. Many government agencies, businesses, and MSSPs use the company. It also offers platforms for sharing threat intelligence for the majority of ISAC organizations around the world.