Securing Containers at Scale: Amazon EKS, Amazon ECS and Deep Security Smart Check

Containers present a new opportunity for teams. An opportunity to deploy faster, more consistently, and with a simplicity rarely seen. But in order to make that happen a lot of infrastructure needs to be setup ahead of time. A cluster of hosts for the container runtime, an orchestration layer, and—of course—security throughout. To simplify this … Read more

Six key data strategy considerations for your cloud-native transformation

Many organizations are making the move to cloud-native platforms as their strategy for digital transformation. Cloud native allows companies to deliver fast-responding, user-friendly applications with greater agility. However, the architecture of the data in support of cloud-native transformation is often ignored in the hope that it will take care of itself. With data becoming the … Read more

FCG Secures $89 Million in Its Series C Round Of Funding

Frontier Car Group (FCG) majors in launch, development and operation of used automotive marketplaces. The Berlin-based startup operates across market economies with high growth. FCG startup increases the efficiency of selling and buying used cars through infrastructure improvement, technology, innovative business models, and increasing access to capital. Therefore, it gives all shareholders a chance to … Read more

Seventy percent of all known mobile malware variants found in 2013: Kaspersky

“Over 100,000 new individual malware routines for mobile devices were detected in 2013 by the cloud-based Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) alone, according to recently released statistics from the security vendor that highlight the magnitude of the current online threat and its future potential growth.  An annual analysis of KSN’s activities found that the network intercepted … Read more

Brick and mortar operations of international banks

The existing evidence from both cross-country and country case studies on the determinants of foreign bank entry and on the impact of foreign banks on host economies suggests the brick-and-mortar operations of international banks have important implications for competition and efficiency of the local financial sectors and for financial stability and access to credit in … Read more

The Fintech revolution: The end of banks as we know them?

The retrenchment and intensified regulation of the traditional banking system after the global financial crisis, combined with greater access to information technology and wider use of mobile devices, have allowed a new generation of firms to flourish and deliver a wide array of financial services. What does this mean for the traditional banking system? In … Read more