CI Security raises another $6.4M to help hospitals implement cybersecurity tech

CI Security CEO Garrett Silver. (CI Security Photo) The news: CI Security, a 85-person cybersecurity startup with offices across Washington in Seattle, Bremerton, and Ellensburg, has raised an additional $6.4 million, adding to its $16 million Series B round. Concord Health Partners, a healthcare-focused firm based in New York City, made the investment as part of the AHA Fund it created in partnership with the American Hospital Association. What do they do? Founded in 2012, CI Security pairs software with analysts who review and investigate attacks. The startup focuses on healthcare and government organizations. The company competes against security and tech giants such as ADT and Cisco Systems. It changed… Read More

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Salesforce co-CEO Marc Benioff says he doesn’t use a computer anymore and has been running his business from his iPhone for years (AAPL, CRM)

Salesforce co-CEO Marc Benioff said on Tuesday that he no longer uses a computer and has been running his business from his iPhone for years. Benioff spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook on stage at Salesforce’s annual Dreamforce conference about how everything he needs to run his business is on his phone. Benioff also said that relying only on his phone is “a freeing feeling.” on the Business Insider homepage. Salesforce co-CEO and founder Marc Benioff says he’s been running his business on his iPhone for years. On stage at Dreamforce, Salesforce’s annual mega-conference, Benioff spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday about the partnership between the two companies.… Read More

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Apple preparing to build the ‘next generation of media apps for Windows’

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Apple is hunting for software engineers to help the company build media apps for Windows. The iPhone maker revealed its plans in a job listing earlier this month, spotted by Neowin, inviting potential candidates to “join us and build the next generation of media apps for Windows.” Apple maintains existing Windows apps like iTunes and iCloud, but these are both old traditional desktop apps that are showing their age. Apple revealed earlier this year that it’s breaking up iTunes into three separate macOS apps: Podcasts, TV, and Music. None of these apps have arrived on Windows, leaving PC users with just iTunes. If… Read More

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Pokemon GO Supereffective Week Pokemon List

Supereffective Week has gone live in Pokemon GO and encounters for a number of Pokemon have been boosted. During Supereffective Week, Pokemon that can counter the ones used by Team GO Rocket and other players will appear more often in the wild, in raids and in Field Research, according to a blog post from Niantic. You’ll also get twice the Stardust from Trainer Battles, more Potions and Revives from PokeStops, and a guaranteed Charged TM from three-star Raids. The event lasts from now until November 26 at 1 p.m. PST. Shiny Tentacool has also been added to the game. players have already made a list of all the Pokemon receiving… Read More

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Amazon lets police ask for Ring videos that are more than a month old

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Amazon’s Ring home security company lets police ask users for videos that are up to 45 days old and 12 hours long, Amazon said in a letter released today. Sen. Markey released Amazon’s responses Ring has been the source of privacy concerns for months, as the company, which offers doorbell cameras, faces questions about how it works with law enforcement. The home security business has partnered with hundreds of police agencies around the United States, giving a way for officials to request customer footage through Amazon, with users’ approval. Those reports prompted Sen. Edward Markey (D-MA) to ask Amazon for more information on… Read More

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