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Techonomy: Why We Can’t Use Things to Secure the Internet of Things

  As we transact more and more through connected devices, the hardware-based way of securing the mobile commerce ecosystem won’t suffice. The future of digital transaction security requires well-crafted software that works across platforms and devices, enabling them to communicate and transact seamlessly. Software-based solutions will also allow for a faster and cheaper response when challenged…

MagicCube Raises $2.2M To Protect Mobile Transactions

“MagicCube’s software, which exclusively targets the mobile apps handling sensitive user data, such as banking and shopping applications, works by embedding itself into other applications and securing the exchange of data between devices and the cloud. The software’s versatility allows it to be installed on any mobile device operating on any operating system and hardware”  …

Carnegie Mellon University: MagicCube – Securing Our Digital Transactions

 http://www.cmu.edu/silicon-valley/alumni/news/where-are-they-now/zayed-profile.html Tuesday, March 3, 2015 MagicCube – Securing Our Digital Transactions on Mobile Devices Nancy Zayed (MS ’10) has had a long career in the technology industry. During her 10 years with Apple, she honed her engineering skills with a laser sharp focus on usability and user experience. “Successful technology productization is best achieved by…