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Ravin.ai, an Israel and U.K.-based startup developing AI to autonomously inspect vehicles for damage, has closed a $4 million seed round. The investment is led by Pico Venture Partners, with participation from Shell Ventures and “automotive entrepreneur” Adam Draizin. It marks Shell Ventures’ first Israel investment. Founded in 2018 and based in Haifa and London,
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Complying with a request by US authorities, Ecuadorian officials are preparing to hand over documents that are reportedly the entire legal defense against Julian Assange, compiled during the time he has been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, according to WikiLeaks. “On Monday Ecuador will perform a puppet show at the embassy of Ecuador
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by John E Dunn Arrests in Europe and the US appear to have ended the cybercrime careers of the gang behind the GozNym banking malware. According to Europol, which coordinated the pursuit of 10 people in Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Bulgaria, Germany and the US, GozNym stole $100 million by infecting 41,000 devices around the world
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I am an Artificial Intelligence (AI) neophyte. I’m not a data scientist or a computer scientist or even a mathematician. But I am fascinated by AI’s possibilities, enamored with its promise and at times terrified of its potential consequences. I have the good fortune to work in the company of amazing data scientists that seek
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A few days before the doors opened on SAP Sapphire Now 2019, SAP customers were likely alarmed by a Reuters headline that their systems are vulnerable to hackers. The SAP exploit was not new, but the potential damage to SAP systems and data was considerable. Onapsis Inc., a Boston-based security and compliance monitoring software company,
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A recent survey found that to gain counterintelligence the vast majority of organizations would allow an attacker to take decoy files rather than stop an attack in progress, according to the latest International Cyber Benchmark Index from the Neustar International Security Council (NISC). A reported one in five companies are currently employing forensic investigations, as
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by Lisa Vaas Six people have been indicted for allegedly being SIM card swappers who stole victims’ identities and their cryptocurrency, and three mobile phone company employees have been indicted for allegedly accepting bribes to help them steal subscribers’ identities. On Thursday, federal prosecutors in the US Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Michigan
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The two people who sat down in reception without an appointment would not leave the startup’s office until the end of the day. Two months later, a letter followed informing the company it had been suspended from the United Kingdom’s register of licensed sponsors, the database of companies the government has approved to employee foreign
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Slack users have been urged to upgrade their applications and clients to the most recent version, 3.4.0, after Tenable researcher David Wells discovered a new vulnerability that would allow an attacker to share malicious hyperlinks that could alter where a victim’s files were stored. Wells discovered a download hijack vulnerability in Slack Desktop version 3.3.7 for Windows.
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For the third year as president, France’s president Emmanuel Macron talked to the French tech ecosystem at VivaTech in Paris. This time, he used this opportunity to defend his policies so far and say that tech startups have nearly everything they need to succeed Frichti’s Julia Bijaoui, TransferWise’s Flora Coleman, OpenClassrooms’ Pierre Dubuc, Vinted’s Thomas