Asymmetric Information in Cyber Communities

What do Points mean? All of our engineering team take part in our sales activity, and I’m unashamedly enthusiastic about this. It gives us real visibility of the market. It establishes a connection with our customers that’s hard to beat. Most critically, it forces engineers like me to keep thinking about the technology we build … Continued

Accumulo® on AWS’s Elastic MapReduce

One of the great things about working for a small company is that you never know which technology you might need to work on. We don’t have a database team or a network team or a hardware team (we don’t have any hardware!), there are just a few of us doing everything. The latest thing to … Continued

Cyber Security Awards finalists!

We are very excited to announce that we have have earned the “Most Innovative Product” finalist status at the Cyber Security Awards for Threatvine! The Cyber Security Awards recognises leading individuals, teams, companies and products in the cyber industry. This includes not-for-profit organisations and start-up companies, as well as global leaders. Organisations and people from all over … Continued

Surevine gets shortlisted in quest to find UK’s Most Innovative Small Cyber Security Company!

In celebration of the 21st Anniversary of InfoSecurity Europe, the Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) in partnership with techUK’s Cyber Connect held a national competition focusing on new innovation to find the UK’s ‘Most Innovative Small Cyber Security Company’. Samantha Sanderson, UK’s SME Cyber Security Champion, Cyber Connect Lead, said: The UK has a thriving cyber … Continued

Debugging with Bacon

Debugging is the method for finding and fixing bugs. Bugs are behaviours in a software system which are undesirable and counter to the programmer’s intent. You’d think, given the obvious importance of debugging in providing and maintaining quality software, that it’d be easy to find hundreds of good quality tutorials on the web to guide … Continued

Keep it safe: Sharing with Surevine. Week 7 Conclusion

And so we reach the last (our seventh) in our series of weekly blogs, all under the title “Keep it safe: Sharing with Surevine”. To recap… In our first post we introduced the series, with our theme of Passwords, and focussed on Password Storage. In week 2 we took it one step further, and talked … Continued

Keep it safe: Sharing with Surevine. Week 6 Encryption

Welcome our sixth instalment in a series of blogs we are publishing each week, all under the title “Keep it safe: Sharing with Surevine”. In our first post we introduced the series, with our theme of Passwords, and focussed on Password Storage. In week 2 we took it one step further, and talked about Password … Continued

Keep it safe: Sharing with Surevine. Week 5 Anti-Malware

Welcome our fifth instalment in a series of blogs we are publishing each week, all under the title “Keep it safe: Sharing with Surevine”. In our first post we introduced the series, with our theme of Passwords, and focussed on Password Storage. In week 2 we took it one step further, and talked about Password … Continued

Keep it safe: Sharing with Surevine. Week 4 – Pins

Welcome to our fourth instalment in a series of blogs we are publishing each week, all under the title “Keep it safe: Sharing with Surevine”. In our first post we introduced the series, with our theme of Passwords, and focussed on Password Storage. In week 2 we took it one step further, and talked about … Continued