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Press Release: Managed Intelligence Provider Nisos Raises $6 Million to Counter Disinformation and Cyber Threats

By Nisos on Jan 6, 2021 8:52:37 AM

January 6, 2021 - Alexandria, Va., - Nisos, the Managed Intelligence company, today announced $6M in funding led by global cyber investor Paladin Capital Group. Existing investors Columbia Capital and Skylab Capital also participated in the round. The investment enables Nisos to expand its marketing and operations, while extending its international footprint.

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EBay’s Critics Faced an Extreme Case of an Old Silicon Valley Habit

By Nisos on Jul 1, 2020 10:23:33 AM

Justin Zeefe, a former intelligence officer who is now the president of Nisos, a security firm in Virginia, said his company has worked for tech companies on a wide range of cases. On one occasion, they learned that a company’s overseas suppliers had ties to foreign intelligence agencies.

Another client asked his firm to determine whether an acquisition target had been infiltrated by foreign hackers. Yet another hired Nisos to determine the source of multiple cyberattacks. It turned out to be the work of a competitor that had intercepted the company’s Wi-Fi from an apartment rented across the street.

Topics: Technology News
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Why Clark Howard Wants You to Set Up a ‘Financial Chromebook’

By Nisos on Jan 28, 2020 5:00:00 PM

Security expert Willis McDonald of Nisos talked with and told us there’s no way to stay completely safe from criminals looking to compromise your financial accounts. But Chromebooks come pretty darn close.

“A Chromebook is not inherently more secure than other devices, but you are less likely to get infected using the Chromebook than you would, say, a Windows machine,” McDonald says. “Criminals don’t target Chromebooks as much because they’re not running on a popular operating system.”

Meanwhile, USA Today notes the Chromebook’s operating system also mitigates virus risk by disallowing the installation of traditional program or applications. And during each reboot, the Chromebook ensures software integrity and repairs any intrusions if necessary.

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