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In an earlier post, I profiled document security technology firm docTrackr. docTrackr is a startup out of Boston that provides enterprises with the ability to track all of their e-mail attachments once they have left the corporate firewall. The company's technology allow company employees to track who has opened their ...

In a previous post, I profiled Israeli venture capital fund Jerusalem Venture Partners, and highlighted their fantastic track record investing in Israeli cybersecurity startups. Just as an example, JVP was also an investor in two Israeli cybersec startups that received major investments from GE and IBM. In the ...

Those who harbor doubts about the Federal Government’s ability to implement complex projects have surely had these beliefs by the recent failed rollout of the Obamacare website – an epic IT disaster if there ever was one.  Now comes further news that confirms – albeit in a less dramatic ...

As cybersecurity becomes perhaps the number one concern of IT departments in both government and the private sector, cybersecurity startups in one country are deriving a huge benefit from this trend. This country is Israel. For a variety of reasons - primarily (although not entirely) related to the strong ...

In a previous article on the explosive revelations on the NSA's spying program, I outlined how the Tor browser can allow you to surf the internet anonymously. Tor is much safer then the commonly used browsers such as Chrome or Internet Explorer, as Tor uses both encryption as well as as ...

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