Google Acquires Siemplify for $500M to expand it Cyber Security Capacity

Google acquires Siemplify, an Israeli security orchestration, automation and response startup that enables security teams to collect and manage large amounts of data. The startup will be integrated into the company’s Google Cloud Platform. The significant acquisition is part of Google’s broader efforts to expand its security capabilities as attacks become more frequent and sophisticated.

Five 2022 Tech trends to monitor in Africa

This article looks at Five 2022 Tech trends to monitor in Africa . As the new year kicks off, the technological solutions rolling out with Africa are also likely to advance and cater to everyday challenges. Data shows that the ongoing COVDI-19 pandemic accelerated the advancement and use of technology, especially online shopping and electronic

Shutterfly hit by Ransomware attack.

Shutterfly hit by Ransomware attack, the company’s, Snapfish, TinyPrints, and Spoonflower websites are not impacted, but “portions of our Lifetouch and BorrowLenses business, Groovebook, manufacturing and some corporate systems have been experiencing interruptions,” the company said. Shutterfly does not store credit card, financial account information, or the Social Security numbers of, Snapfish, Lifetouch,

Beware : Spider-Man’s – ‘No Way Home’ Pirated Downloads Contain Crypto-Mining Malware

Spider-Man’s – ‘No Way Home’ Pirated Downloads Contain Crypto-Mining Malware.Peter Parker might not be a mastermind cryptocurrency criminal. But the name Spiderman is quickly becoming more associated with the mining landscape. ReasonLabs, a leading provider of cybersecurity prevention and detection software, recently discovered a new form of malware hacking into customer computers in the guise

How to check your website rank in Google

Website rankings are crucial information that will help you not only gauge whether your strategies are working, but also evaluate how you stand against the competition—and identify key opportunities for the future. The trouble is, Google doesn’t explicitly publish this information. Instead, you’ll need the help of one (or more) third-party tools to see where