July 30th, 2019 Additional suggestions include authorization, access, and understanding users' needs.
July 30th, 2019 In this final part of a three part series, we discuss what security professionals from across the industry believe security teams can do to better ensure the integrity of their software and systems.
July 29th, 2019 Emerging Security Vendors To Know In 2019. As part of CRN's Emerging Vendors for 2019, here are 46 hot security startups, founded in 2013 or later, that solution providers should be aware of.
July 24th, 2019 Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and automation.
July 23rd, 2019 There is a growing need to process or consume sensitive data outside the trust boundary. This is critical for some business operations; for example, sharing and processing sensitive healthcare data outside the organization for treatment insights and other purposes.
July 19th, 2019 Here's what we can learn from the most common security failures.
July 19th, 2019 Sophistication of attacks, lack of ownership, and many "other" concerns.
July 19th, 2019 Use cases are especially prevalent in financial services and healthcare.
July 19th, 2019 Hear what experts have to say about the major use cases for application security.
July 19th, 2019 There's a lack of strategy, old technology and tools, configuration issues, lack of patching, and lack of data best practices.
July 11th, 2019 Lack of fundamentals, training, and vision — these are amongst some of the most common security fails.
July 3rd, 2019 Creating a security culture supported by training, good hygiene, and processes are mentioned most frequently as effective security techniques.
July 3rd, 2019 Fortanix featured as one of the 10 top Cybersecurity startups of the year (2019) that include companies solving challenges around cloud, identity management, microsegmentation, emerging threats, and stopping internal network attacks that got by perimeter defenses.
July 2nd, 2019 We're seeing changes in speed and complexity, DevSecOps, use of artificial intelligence and machine learning, and more.
May 16th, 2019 ZombieLoad is similar to last year's Meltdown, Spectre, and Foreshadow attacks, said Jethro Beekman, technical director at Fortanix, a Mountain View, California-based security vendor.
May 14th, 2019 O.C. Tanner considered encryption and key management products from Gemalto, Thales, and other legacy vendors, and then David Petersen came across Fortanix and “it looked like a really good fit,” he said. “We had a working PoC [proof of concept] within a month.”
May 2nd, 2019 To garner an expert’s view of enterprise-class hardware-based Runtime Encryption®, we spoke with Ambuj Kumar, founder and CEO of Fortanix. Fortanix is the leader in Runtime Encryption® designed for use in the enterprise.
April 30th, 2019 Fortanix, recently recognized as the Gold Award Winner in the 2018 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program, for the company’s Self-Defending Key Management Service™ (SDKMS) is pleased to announce they have earned the Level 1 certification of the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) Publication 140-2, a U.S. government computer security standard used to approve cryptographic modules.
April 17th, 2019 Cybersecurity is a fundamental component for success of IoT projects. Learn more from the interview with Tammy Schuring, Fortanix' senior VP of Worldwide Sales and Field Operations for Channel Vision Magazine
March 21st, 2019 The Fortanix Enclave Development Platform is the preferred way for writing Intel® SGX applications from scratch. Ambuj Kumar's, Fortanix CEO and Co-founder, interview with Digital Anarchist at RSA Conference 2019 about a specific use case.
March 19th, 2019 Intel and Fortanix extended their security partnership at this year’s RSA Conference. The two companies take a hardware-plus-software approach with Fortanix’s cloud-delivered encryption and key management running on top of Intel’s processor-hardened enclaves.
March 11th, 2019 IBM Cloud Data Shield leverages Fortanix’s Runtime Encryption Platform, which brings deterministic security with runtime memory encryption to applications that protects data in use, without requiring any modifications to applications. Fortanix brings Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) technology into the mix to further protect application data, by allowing developers to partition their application into processor-hardened enclaves or protected areas of execution in memory that increase security even on compromised platforms.
March 06th, 2019 Fortanix, at RSA Conference 2019, launched an Enclave Development Platform (EDP) based on an open source software development kit (SDK) written in Rust.
March 06th, 2019 The Enclave Development Platform (EDP) allows developers to leverage Rust’s built-in functionalities to help create more secure applications. It is an open-source software development kit that uses state-of-the-art security properties of the Rust language and Intel SGX to deliver a more secure application development platform.
March 06th, 2019 Runtime encryption company Fortanix has launched a free and open source software development kit (SDK) for building Intel Software Guard Extensions (SGX) applications.
March 04th, 2019 Fortanix launched its Enclave Development Platform (EDP) at RSA Conference. The Fortanix EDP provides a native Rust-based SDK to write Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) enclaves.
February 15th, 2019 A key security vulnerability that many banks still need to address is how to keep data safe when it is being used by an application — often called “data in memory.”
February 4th, 2019 Fortanix recently closed a $23 million Series B round of funding led by Intel Capital. The company’s total funding is now $31 million. Round participants included existing investors Foundation Capital and Neotribe. In addition, Intel Capital director Sunil Kurkure will join the Fortanix board of directors.
February 2nd, 2019 Fortanix uniquely helps protect encryption keys, databases, machine learning algorithms, and containers to help secure organisations’ data in private, public and hybrid cloud environments. This new funding is a testament to the tremendous growth we’ve already experienced in 18 months since we first launched our product.
February 1st, 2019 Earlier this week, Fortanix announced that it had closed a sizeable Series B round of funding, which will help the company execute on its bold vision of helping solve today's cloud security and data privacy problems. To find out more about the funding news, the company, their technology and partnerships, VMblog spoke with Ambuj Kumar, the company's CEO and co-founder. Kumar also goes into detail about the major trends that he sees in cloud security for the remainder of 2019.
January 31, 2019 The Runtime Encryption technology company, Fortanix Inc., declared today that it raised $23 million Series B round funding led by Intel Capital, with existing investors Foundation Capital and Neotribe as round participants. Fortanix and Intel are working together to address Cloud Security and Data Privacy Problem by providing secure enclaves and Key management Protection in the Cloud.
January 31, 2019 Fortanix has closed a $23 million Series B round of funding led by Intel Capital. Round participants included existing investors Foundation Capital and Neotribe. In addition, Sunil Kurkure, Director, Intel Capital, will join the Fortanix Board of Directors. The funding brings the company’s total funding to $31 million.
January 31, 2019 Cloud security and data privacy startup Fortanix Inc announced it has raised $23 million in a Series B funding round led by Intel Capital. Existing investors Foundation Capital and Neotribe also participated in the funding round. Following the fund infusion, Sunil Kurkure, Director, Intel Capital, will join US-based Fortanix’s board of directors. The latest funding round takes the total funding raised by the company to $31 million.
January 30, 2019 Cybersecurity vendor Fortanix has closed a $23 million Series B round of funding led by Intel Capital, bringing its total funding to $31 million. Round participants included existing investors Foundation Capital and Neotribe. In addition, Sunil Kurkure, director of Intel Capital, will join the Fortanix board of directors.
January 30, 2019 Fortanix Inc., Mountain View, $23 million: Intel Capital led the Series B funding of this encryption technology company. It was joined by Foundation Capital and Neotribe. Intel Capital Director Sunil Kurkure will join the Fortanix Board of Directors.
January 30, 2019 Security startup Fortanix closed a $23 million Series B led by Intel Capital. The investment brings the company’s total funding to $31 million. Existing investors Foundation Capital and Neotribe also contributed. The company will use the new round to expand its sales team globally and further develop its key management and encryption technologies, said Ambuj Kumar, co-founder and CEO of Fortanix. It also strengthens the startup’s partnership and work with Intel — Fortanix’s software runs on Intel hardware.
January 30, 2019 The investment seeks to fortify Intel’s footprint in the cloud-data sector by boosting Fortanix’s Runtime Encryption offerings. Fortanix have raised Series-B funding of USD 23 million from Intel Capital to protect data in the systems from vulnerabilities. With this investment, Intel Capital aims to consolidate their footprint in the cloud-data sector and help Fortanix remove complex and intractable security challenges.
January 30, 2019 Fortanix, a cloud security company, announced Wednesday that it raised $23 million in a Series B funding round led by Intel Capital with participation from past investors Foundation Capital and Neotribe. The company offers two main platforms that are meant to protect the data clients use and the various keys they need to run their applications. The products are aimed at enterprises that rely on cloud services for their infrastructure and containerization to run their applications.
January 30, 2019 Mountain View, California-based Fortanix, a runtime encryption solutions provider, has secured $23 million in Series B funding. Intel Capital led the round with participation from other investors that included Foundation Capital and Neotribe. In addition to the funding, Sunil Kurkure of Intel Capital will join the Fortanix’s board of directors.
January 30, 2019 Fortanix, a California-based company that specializes in encrypting data and applications, on Wednesday announced that it raised $23 million in a Series B funding round, which brings the total funding to date to $31 million. The funding round was led by Intel Capital with participation from Foundation Capital and Neotribe. Intel Capital Director Sunil Kurkure will join Fortanix’s board of directors.
January 30, 2019 Modern encryption tools can provide a strong layer of defense for data that’s sitting idly or being transmitted across a network. But records must be decrypted into their original, readable form whenever an application needs to use them, which creates an opening for hackers. Mountain View, California-based Fortanix Inc. is working to close this security gap. The startup today announced that its efforts have received a significant outside boost in the form of a $23 million funding round led by Intel Corp.’s venture capital arm.
January 30, 2019 Fortanix, Inc., a Mountain View, CA-based runtime encryption technology company, closed a $23m Series B round of funding. The round, which brings total funding to $31m, was led by Intel Capital, with participation from existing investors Foundation Capital and Neotribe. In conjunction with the funding, Sunil Kurkure, Director, Intel Capital, will join the Fortanix Board of Directors.
January 30, 2019 Intel Capital today announced that it has participated in two investment rounds aimed at strengthening and securing infrastructure around cloud computing. Intel’s VC arm said it led a $23 million investment round for Fortanix that included money from Foundation Capital and Neotribe, bringing the startup’s total raised to $31 million.
January 30, 2019 Fortanix, which offers a Runtime Encryption® platform, just announced that it has closed a $23 million Series B funding round with Intel Capital and In-Q-Tel Ventures. The investment validates Fortanix’s focus on runtime security as a fundamental element of cloud security. Intel Capital and In-Q-Tel Ventures join Series A investors Foundational Capital and Neotribe Ventures in backing Fortanix.
January 30, 2019 The company’s investments here include the appointment of Tammy Schuring as the first head of sales, and the development of a channel expansion strategy. Today, Mountain View CA-based startup Fortanix is announcing that it has closed their $23 million Series B funding round. Intel Capital led the round.
January 29, 2019 Artificial intelligence has been called today’s new electricity, a potential fundamental building block for our society. I believe that opening up the full potential of AI to financial services, health care, automotive and other regulated verticals can greatly benefit customers, industries and even society. However, a strong technology is needed to protect personal and private sensitive datasets from misuse and abuse.
January 7, 2019 Our Runtime Encryption® technology has been hallmark of deterministic security. If you have a sensitive application that needs protection from a root user, cloud providers, or even operating systems, Runtime Encryption technology builds upon Intel® SGX to provide an entirely new level of security that the industry has been chasing after for long time.
January 2, 2019 New HSMaaS approaches accelerate data protection and compliance for VMware virtual environments. These approaches deliver HSM encryption security without cost and complexity, resulting in complete flexibility in protecting VMware clusters, hosts and data stores.