The U.S. Air Force has approved an approximately $750,000 Small Business Innovation Research grant to SpiderOak to test its new OrbitSecure™ secure communications protocol on military satellites and ground stations.Read The Full Story
The U.S. Air Force has approved an approximately $750,000 Small Business Innovation Research grant to SpiderOak to test its new OrbitSecure™ secure communications protocol on military satellites and ground stations.
As detailed as laws like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) are, there is no one-size-fits-all framework for data privacy. You may know the rules, but how do you make sure you and the rest of your organization are following them?
Join Matt Erickson, VP of Solutions for SpiderOak Mission Systems to discuss the looming threats to federal and private sector communication and collaboration systems, the consequences of failure, and how emerging technologies such as Zero-Trust and Distributed Ledger can harden our defenses and protect our most valuable data.
Among the problems stemming from our systemic failure with cybersecurity, which ranges from decades-old software-development practices to Chinese and Russian cyber-attacks, one problem gets far less attention than it should—the insider threat.
SpiderOak Mission Systems, a provider of Zero-Trust based collaboration and hybrid space solutions, is pleased to announce that Phil Eichensehr has joined the Company's board of advisors.
Jonathan Moore, CTO of SpiderOak talks about security problems in the software supply chain, the need for a more effective national cyber defense, and some best practices for individual and organizational security.
Matthew Erickson joined Cheddar News to discuss the Biden administration and Western allies formally blaming China on Monday for a massive hack of Microsoft Exchange email server software.
As President Joe Biden met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in mid-June about the spate of Russian-origin cyber-attacks on America, a growing number of security analysts joined in repeating the refrain: “Hit them back!”