[WHITEPAPER] How to Achieve CMMC Security Compliance for Your Business – Tempemail

For organizations that deal with the defense infrastructure – cybersecurity is more than just a buzzword. Recently the US Department of Defense (DoD) created a new certification process – the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certificate (CMMC) – to ensure that all its vendors and contractors follow established best cybersecurity practices. For Continue Reading

Cisco Will Not Patch Critical RCE Flaw Affecting End-of-Life Business Routers – Tempemail

Networking equipment major Cisco Systems has said it does not plan to fix a critical security vulnerability affecting some of its Small Business routers, instead urging users to replace the devices. The bug, tracked as CVE-2021-1459, is rated with a CVSS score of 9.8 out of 10, and affects RV110W Continue Reading

‘The fuse has been lit’: union leaders hope Amazon effort will boost support across US | Technology

Counting is currently under way for the historic union election at Amazon’s warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, and union organizers and leaders throughout the labor movement are hoping the effort will help galvanize support for workers and unions in the south and across the US. Tevita Uhatafe, 35, a member of Continue Reading

How past tech floats fared, and upcoming IPOs in London | Business

Amazon listed on the Nasdaq at $18 a share with a market value of $438m in 1997, when it was just an online bookseller, with 256 employees. The share price rose gradually over the years, but started to rocket in 2015 after the firm posted substantial profits. Three years later, Continue Reading

UK watchdog to investigate Facebook takeover of Giphy | Technology- Tempemail

The UK’s competition regulator is launching an in-depth investigation of Facebook’s $400m (£290m) acquisition of the gif creation website Giphy over fears that it could lead to a squeeze on the supply of gifs to other social networks such as Snapchat, TikTok and Twitter. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) Continue Reading

How two Irish brothers started a £70bn company you’ve probably never heard of | Opinion

The most valuable private company in Silicon Valley is an outfit most people have never heard of – unless they are a) Irish or b) tech investors. It’s called Stripe, and this week the latest round of investments in it have given it a valuation of $95bn (£68.5bn). It was Continue Reading

Silicon Valley’s Stripe valued at $95bn after fundraising | Technology

The digital payments firm Stripe has been valued at $95bn after a funding round that makes the company the most valuable private business to come out of Silicon Valley. The company, which is dual-headquartered in San Francisco and Dublin, raised $600m (£430m) from investors including Ireland’s Tempemail Treasury Management Agency, Continue Reading

Roblox shares surge 60% on first day of trading after lockdown gaming boom | Business

Shares in Roblox, the virtual gaming world that has proved to be a lockdown winner with hundreds of millions of mostly young players, have surged 60% valuing it at $47bn after an investor frenzy on its first day of trading on the New York stock exchange. Roblox may not have Continue Reading

Tech giants to make Australia’s phone repairers extinct, Right to Repair inquiry hears | Business

Independent phone repairs companies could soon become extinct, small business owners have warned, as tech conglomerates such as Apple and Samsung continue to make it impossible for third parties to fix their devices. Nicholas Muradian, the founder and director of The Phone Spot, an independent repairs retailer with stores in Continue Reading