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October 28, 2015

Cyber Security Consortium for Connected Vehicles (CCV) announces major new industry leading members

Expert group considers industry standards for cyber security in connected vehicles AESIN Automotive Conference, National Motorcycle Museum, 28 October 2015: The CCV (Cyber security for Connected Vehicles) Consortium formed by Horiba MIRA, Intercede and Plextek, today announces three significant new members – Thales eSecurity, Thatcham Research and Qonex. The Cyber security for Connected Vehicles (CCV) Read More

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October 13, 2015

Business and Government Fail to Meet Millennials’ Cybersecurity Expectations

Research reveals a disturbing lack of trust in government and business to keep online information secure Lutterworth, England/Reston, VA, October 13, 2015 – Today, digital identity and credentials expert Intercede released the findings of consumer research that suggests Millennials in the U.S. and U.K. have almost entirely lost trust in government and business to protect their personal information Read More

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August 27, 2015

Intercede strikes strategic collaboration with Solacia to extend availability of MyTAM Trusted Application Management service

Intercede announces interoperability with Solacia SecuriTEE to become the world’s first Multi-TEE Trusted Application Management Service for securing the ‘Internet of Things’ Lutterworth UK, 27 August 2015: Today, leading Trusted Application Management (TAM) service provider Intercede and Korean security platform provider Solacia, announce a strategic collaboration in a bid to improve the industry’s approach to Read More

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Intercede in the media

November 11, 2015

Debating CISA’s Senate Passage

The US Senate recently passed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act – or CISA – by a wide 74-21 margin. The Senate vote in favor of CISA, came after multiple attempts spanning five years to pass similar legislation under different names. The bill also drew on the highly controversial “cyber” legislation before it: SOPA and PIPA.

Read the full article at Security Magazine

November 10, 2015

How to earn the trust of millennials concerned with security

Millennials are growing increasingly weary of data and security when it comes to their favorite brands. And that means it’s vital that companies include a strong cybersecurity message in their marketing plan to help rebuild trust.

Read the full article at CIO

October 30, 2015

Industry professionals react to TalkTalk cyber attack

The attack has been described as “significant and sustained,” with private customer information potentially stolen by those responsible, including phone numbers, email addresses and  credit card information.

Read the full article at ITProPortal