In the build-up to RBTE 2016, Essential Retail will be shining the spotlight on some of its exhibitors. Today, it's application security company WhiteHat Security.
WhiteHat Security, the only application security provider that combines the best of technology and human intelligence, and FranchisePerils, a division of ExecutivePerils Inc., today announced a strategic partnership that helps customers place an emphasis on preventative and proactive security for their franchises.
Be sure to come visit WhiteHat Security in the North Hall at booth #3344!
With a Tweet, the founder of WhiteHat Security may have nudged Google's CEO to take a side, and the rest of the world is beginning to do the same.
If 2015 was the year that the publishing world agonised over the growing impact of ad blocking software, 2016 will be remembered as the year that they decided to do something about it.
Company Realizes High Customer Demand for Application Security Solutions.
Jeremiah Grossman, founder of WhiteHat Security, tweeted that today would be a good day for Google's CEO to back up Apple. Google's lack of response so far today, however, has been noticed by none-other than National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden.
“Our privacy is completely under assault with all these connected devices,” said Jeremiah Grossman, the founder of WhiteHat Security, a web security firm.
Google and other technology companies are backing Apple Inc. in its fight against the U.S. government, which is trying to get the company to unlock an encrypted iPhone, a move that the industry fears will lead to greater access by any authorities to private data.
When you buy a security product or service, why doesn’t it come with a money-back guarantee should you get hacked? Jeremiah Grossman, founder of WhiteHat Security, thinks that it should.