What was once viewed as a mad US import has become a consumer staple in the run-up to Christmas both online and in-store – are your inboxes prepared for the Black Friday masses?
With Halloween looming closer, it’s not just the monsters under the bed we have to worry about.
September: it’s a heady mix of the crisp autumn air and back to school stationery. For many IT and security teams in the education sector, it’s the beginning of a nine-month-long cyber nightmare where staff and students lay waste to a summer of careful cybersecurity planning.
Today we are releasing RedBPF and ingraind, our eBPF toolkit that integrates with StatsD and S3, to gather feedback, and see where others in the Rust community might take this framework. If […]
I recently joined the advisory board of Red Sift.
Why I hear you ask? Outside of the fame and untold riches…
As long as there has been the exchange of money, there has always been fraud. From Hegestratos, the first recorded fraudster in 350 BC Ancient Greece, to Charles Ponzi’s infamous scheme of redistributing investments, to the present day, criminals have always tried to find new and more sophisticated ways to dupe people out of their money.
The number of small businesses is growing. In fact, at the start of 2017, small businesses accounted for 99.3% of all private sector businesses. Yet, with this growth comes the […]
At Red Sift, we use our platform to power next-generation data applications for cybersecurity. At a high level, our platform is one of those trendy serverless compute environments except ours […]
In days gone by, when an organisation wanted to protect its cyber defences, the norm would be to bring in a cyber consultant or agency. Whether it was a someone-who-knew-someone-who-knew-someone […]
In the world of business, artificial intelligence (AI) is a subject that is gaining more and more attention. This is especially true in the world of B2B startups. Two such […]