Posts Tagged "Suni Munshani"


CHRIS MILLS AND ROBERT ADAMO TO HEAD UP DATA SECURITY VENDOR’S EASTERN U.S. AND WESTERN U.S. REGIONS, RESPECTIVELY, WHILE MARK DUNLEAVY WILL LEAD U.K. AND IRELAND   STAMFORD, CT – February 11, 2016 – Protegrity, the leading provider of data-centric enterprise data security solutions, announced today that Chris Mills and Robert Adamo have joined the company as Directors of Sales, Eastern U.S. and Western U.S., respectively. In...

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In its Real Estate section, The New York Times published an article and accompanying photographic slideshow describing how Protegrity CEO Suni Munshani is restoring a farmhouse on his property in Easton, Connecticut.   For 22 years, Suni Munshani, a technology entrepreneur who lives in Easton, Conn., with his wife, Tina, and daughter, Saira, dreamed of owning a country home. He had in mind a particular place, set on 10 rolling...

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Infosecurity Magazine news reporter Tara Seals interviewed Protegrity CEO Suni Munshani following the breach of a web site run by Kylie Jenner of the infamous Kardashian family   The Kardashians are often called “over-exposed,” but a flaw in recently launched websites for the celebrity family offered exposure of an entirely different kind: the names and email addresses of more than half a million users. A 19-year-old developer,...

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In an article for CSO, Taylor Armerding reports how the Ashley Madison breach demonstrates how blackmail can be the motivation for hackers. Protegrity CEO Suni Munshani is quoted.   Cybercriminals are maddeningly adaptable. If a Dark Web illicit marketplace gets shut down, others spring up almost immediately to take its place. If credit cards get tougher to hack, there is always spear phishing, poorly protected electronic health...

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CSO Magazine reporter Maria Korolov interviewed Protegrity CEO Suni Munshani for an article she wrote about a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals that says the FTC has the ability to take action on behalf of consumers when companies fail to take reasonable steps to secure sensitive consumer information.   The US Court of Appeals has ruled that the FTC mandate to protect consumers against fraudulent, deceptive and unfair business...

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