ICE71 startup news roundup

June 8, 2020

Here’s the latest news roundup on our ICE71 startups:

  • Cyble, an ICE71 Scale startup, is listed in Forbes’ 20 best cybersecurity startups to watch in 2020, based on a methodology that equally weighs a startup’s ability to attract new customers, current and projected revenue growth, ability to adapt their solutions to growing industries and position in their chosen markets.
  • In a separate news on Silicon.co.uk regarding a potential data compromise affecting popular maths site Mathway, Cyble was quoted saying that hacking group called Shiny Hunters began selling the database of more than 25 million Mathway user credentials on illicit websites in early May, offering it for $4,000 (£3,285) in cryptocurrency.
  • ICE71 Scale startup Cyfirma is quoted in this Straits Times article about the recent cyber attack on ST Engineering’s US subsidiary. According to the cybersecurity firm, a group of hackers known as the Maze group had attacked VT San Antonio Aerospace and put about 50 megabytes of leaked data on the Dark Web and public forums.

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