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DoD Contractor Charter Trading Chooses IronClad Encryption for Secure Communications

Ultra-Secure Communications Technology Will Benefit U.S. Military Forces, Defense and Intelligence Agencies HOUSTON, Tex. (January 3, 2018) —   IronClad Encryption Corporation  (IRNC) today announced that Department of Defense (DoD) contractor  Charter Trading Corporation  will m...
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3 Ways Companies Compromise Their Security Profiles

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The cybersecurity landscape continues to become more complex as hackers invent new ways to exploit organizations and their data.  As business's technology architectures become more complex, IT organizations struggle to keep pace with them, often leaving the door open for breaches. The Equifax h...
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Software Trends That Drive the Need for ICEMicro

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Software development is a rapidly-changing field that's moving faster than ever. Historically, software has been built in a "Waterfall" way, meaning that software products are defined, developed, tested, released and maintained in sequential order. The Waterfall days have essentially ended because t...
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IronClad Encryption Corporation Delivers the World’s First Context-Free, Natively-Secure Containers

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IronClad Encryption Corporation (OTCQB: IRNC) today announced the availability of ICEMicro, the world’s first context-free and natively-secure container that enables all developers to take ownership of application data security. Utilizing ICEMicro, any developer can secure communication between cont...
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New infosec products of the week​: November 17, 2017

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Context-free, natively-secure containers IronClad Encryption Corporation announced ICEMicro, a context-free and natively-secure container that enables developers to secure communication between containers across disparate scheduling and orchestration platforms, IaaS services, transport-layer securit...
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IronClad Encryption Corporation Delivers the World's First Context-Free, Natively-Secure Containers

Free Github and Docker Hub Images Now Available for Developers

HOUSTON, Tex. (November 14, 2017) — IronClad Encryption Corporation (OTCQB: IRNC) today announced the availability of ICEMicro, the world's first context-free and natively-secure container that enables all developers to take ownership of application data security. Utilizing ICEMicro, any developer can secure communication between containers across disparate scheduling and orchestration platforms, IaaS services, transport-layer security protocols, and on-premises or hybrid environments using Docker-compatible hypervisors. ICEMicro gives DevOps teams a way to build, deploy and run secure applications without the costs associated with legacy security strategies.

ICEMicro "Community Edition" images are available free now via Github and Docker Hub.

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Attacks on Android Soared 40% in Q2

Despite a rise in attacks, the average number of malicious variants remains surprisingly limited, according to a report from Avast. Cyberattacks on Android devices jumped 40% year-over-year in the second quarter fueled by cybercriminals capitalizing on increasing popularity of mobile banking. "We ar...
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Equifax says 143 million consumers potentially hacked

Equifax Inc, a provider of consumer credit scores, said on Thursday a hack exposed the personal details of potentially 143 million U.S. consumers between mid-May and July. The company's shares were down 5.4 percent in after-market trading. The company said criminals had accessed details including na...
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1.9 Billion Data Records Exposed in First Half of 2017

Every second, 122 records are exposed in breaches around the globe, a new report shows. And that's doesn't even include the new Equifax breach data. More than 10 million data records are pilfered or lost every day around the world, a rate of more than 7,000 per minute: and that's only the numbers fr...
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Hacking Your Phone

Hacking Your Phone from CBS News: https://www.cbsnews.com/videos/hacking-your-phone-2/ Sharyn Alfonsi reports on how cellphones and mobile phone networks are vulnerable to hacking.   Read Full Article

CFO of the Year Candidate Joins IronClad Encryption's Board of Directors

Global Senior Financial and Operations Leader Will Help Shape Market Entries

HOUSTON, Tex. (September 13, 2017) -- IronClad Encryption Corporation (OTCQB:IRNC) appointed John Reiland to its Board of Directors today to fortify the company's finance and operations capabilities. Mr. Reiland has more than 40 years of experience as a Chief Financial Officer, Chief Restructuring Officer and Chief Executive Officer of public and private companies in various industries. His experience spans multinational companies, startups, and companies in between. Mr. Reiland has also led the implementation of several accounting and reporting systems, one of which earned him a nomination for the 2009 LA Business Journal CFO of the Year award.

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Unwanted Hotel Guests: Russia's Fancy Bear

Experts have long warned that connecting to unknown networks is potentially risky since those who have access to one can spy on traffic. Now FireEye says new research has uncovered signs of a stealthy attack that is intended to steal authentication credentials from hotel patrons' computers. Read Ful...
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Hackers Leak ‘Game Of Thrones’ Documents and HBO Emails

When hackers broke into HBO's systems last month, the cable network's executives told staffers that they didn't believe its email system had been compromised "as a whole." Read Full Article

FedEx Warns NotPetya Will 'Negatively Affect' Profits

FedEx, headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, says that its TNT Express international courier delivery service subsidiary continues to experience "widespread service delays," tied, in part, to employees having to use manual processes in the wake of the June 27 malware outbreak. Read Full Article

FBI Blames Iranian Hackers for Stealing US Missile Tech

Two Iranian nationals remain at large after being charged by the U.S. Department of Justice with hacking into a Vermont-based engineering firm and stealing software used to develop projectiles, ranging from bullets to GPS-guided artillery shells and missiles. Read Full Article

Voter Registration Data from 9 States Available for Sale on Dark Web

Nearly 10 million voter records sold for just $4 over last few days, according to LookingGlass Cyber Solutions. Threat intelligence company LookingGlass Cyber Solutions says it has discovered over 40 million voter records from nine different states being traded in an underground forum for stolen cre...
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$115 Million Settlement in Massive Anthem Breach Case

Health insurer Anthem has agreed to a proposed $115 million deal to settle a class action lawsuit over a 2015 cyberattack that resulted in a breach affecting nearly 78.9 million individuals. Attorneys representing plaintiffs said in a statement the $115 million deal, if approved by the California fe...
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CopyCat Malware Infects 14 Million Android Devices

A new malware strain is discovered with a novel approach to infecting Android handheld devices with adware. Millions of Android devices have been hit with a new malware strain called CopyCat that uses a unique approach to injecting the devices with adware, according to a researcher with Check Point'...
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Verizon Breach: 6 Million Customer Accounts Exposed

Verizon has apologized after a contractor failed to secure a large batch of customer information, leading to data relating to 6 million customers' accounts being exposed. But it's unclear if Verizon - the largest wireless carrier in the United States - plans to notify affected customers. Read Full A...
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MillerCoors’ $100-Million IT Lawsuit Warning

MillerCoors’ $100-million lawsuit against an IT contractor is getting messier. The contractor, HCL, recently filed a counterclaim disputing the brewer’s allegation that it owns responsibility for a troubled ERP project.  HCL is accusing the brewer of making it a “scapegoat” for its own problems...
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