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Finally, in kind of an anti-whiff, when you’re in my line of work, you hear from marketers who hear you’re at a show, and you get the “pleeeese stop by our booth”
plea moonshot pitch. Well, finally ran into a vendor that got it right: Wiretap.
Either way, security and third party integration are hot buttons I took up with Simon Cross. I also met up with a promising Workplace partner, Wiretap, that strengthens and expands governance features well beyond Workplace.Read More Read More
Jeff Schumann from Wiretap says that many firms in regulated industries put a block on collaboration platforms due to security fears. However, taking steps to unblock the barriers can bring significant benefits.Read More Read More
Columbus Business First has finalized the 2018 honorees in the region's original and longest-running awards program honoring the Best Places to Work in Central Ohio. With the job scene a sellers' market, if you're itching to find a new employer who will treat you better, these are some great candidates that offer a positive workplace culture.
Wiretap in Columbus is helping companies nationwide keep their communication secure. With the emergence of new messaging and collaboration technologies like Facebook Workplace and Slack, Wiretap is working to mitigate security risks by spotting and flagging questionable file shares and release of sensitive information. TRead More Read More
And communication is no longer limited to email and the telephone. With the advent of a variety of collaboration tools such as Workplace by Facebook, Yammer, or Microsoft Teams, communication is taking place in countless ways across a variety of platforms.Read More Read More
The Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in Columbus, Ohio. In doing our research, we considered several factors including but not limited to:
Additionally, all companies must be independent (un-acquired), privately owned, at most 10 years old, and have received at least one round of funding in order to qualify.Read More Read More
In today's podcast, we hear that Leafminer is infesting networks in the Middle East. Red Alert, Kronos, Mirai, and Gafgyt make their reappearance in new forms. Shipping firm Cosco is dealing with a cyberattack. US officials raise warnings about Russian threats to the power grid and elections. Congress considers cyber retaliation. A dispute over cyber insurance coverage lands the insured and the insurer in court. Awais Rashid from Bristol University on IoT and OT convergence. Guest is Jason Morgan from Wiretap on their Human Behavior Risk Analysis Report.Read More Read More