NetAbstraction and Light Point Security have signed a partnership agreement to offer virtualization and cloud technologies to protect Customer’s online activity

Chantilly, Virginia (PRNEWSWIRE) May 23, 2013

NetAbstraction, today announces that Light Point Security has been selected as their secured web-browsing provider. Light Point Security’s signature product is Light Point Web, a secure cloud based web browser that allows clients to search and browse the Internet through a virtual machine. Combining Light Point Security’s cloud based web browser with NetAbstraction introduces to clients an additional layer of online protection from malware, while at the same time offering Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption which protects the transmission of online information. Read more

Customer product makes use of CloudBolt C2's advanced integration with virtualization, public cloud and Nicira network virtualization by VMware

Rockville, MD (PRWEB) February 07, 2013

CloudBolt Software, Inc. today announces that Cutting Edge CA is making use of CloudBolt's unique ability to cohesively manage virtualization environments, public cloud resources, and Nicira network virtualization by VMware (Nicira Network Virtualization Platform, or Nicira NVP). Cutting Edge CA will be using CloudBolt C2 to field and manage public cloud resources and virtualized networks in the Verizon Terremark and Amazon EC2 environments. CloudBolt will also be used in Cutting Edge CA's internal datacenter to manage those resources and networks in coordination with those in the public cloud. This advanced architecture will form the basis for Cutting Edge's product capability known as NetAbstraction (NetA). Read more

Cutting Edge Associates introduces NetAbstraction

Chantilly, VA February 01, 2013

NetAbstraction is a cloud-based service to protect customer identities and provide enhanced security capabilities when using the Cloud or accessing the Internet.

How To Erase Yourself From The Internet

Betsy Isaacson, The Huffington Post

September 4, 2013 at 12:17 PM ET
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Who knew a page full of links could be so useful? is a page full of links -- not ugly blue hyperlinks but links disguised as buttons. Each button represents an online service; anything from LinkedIn to Skype to Wikipedia. Read more

Half of Americans online worry about privacy, says study

Anne Flaherty, The Associated Press

September 5, 2013 at 9:14 AM ET
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Lynn Boyden, a college professor in Los Angeles who teaches website design, says she has developed two identities online: a public one for her professional life and a private one that only a few close friends can access. She tries to block advertising trackers when she can and limits what personal data might wind up on public sites. Read more

Google argues for right to continue scanning Gmail

Martha Mendoza, The Associated Press

September 5, 2013 at 10:16 AM ET
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Google's attorneys say their long-running practice of electronically scanning the contents of people's Gmail accounts to help sell ads is legal, and are asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit that seeks to stop the practice. Read more

6 things you can do now to be stealthier on the Internet

Devin Coldewey, NBC News

June 14, 2013 at 4:39 AM ET
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While being invisible on the Internet is about as possible as being invisible in real life, a few easy changes of habit can make you a more elusive target for advertisers, intrusive social networks and possibly even the NSA and friends. Read more

Privacy, please: New technologies could hide your identity online

Nidhi Subbaraman NBC News

June 14, 2013 at 4:27 AM ET
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You may want to stay anonymous online — that doesn't mean you can. Data crunching has grown so sophisticated and powerful, privacy researchers now warn that tracing identities from a pool of supposedly "anonymized" data is not just a possibility, it's a certainty. Read more

13 Security and Privacy Tips for the Truly Paranoid

Jesse Emspak, TechNewsDaily Contributor

May 22, 2013 09:11 AM ET
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The Internet age has given new meaning to the old saying, "Just because you're paranoid, it doesn't mean they aren't out to get you."

Corporations large and small are eagerly sucking up data regarding browsing habits and purchasing preferences, the Internal Revenue Service is paying special attention to political groups, the Justice Department is logging journalists' phone calls and the National Security Agency is, according to some reports, reading citizens' emails. Read more