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Many Retirement Savings Account (RSA) holders have been asking about the modalities of the pension transfer window that was announced by the National Pension Commission (PenCom), recently.

According to a statement, some of their questions bothers on what distinguishes a Pension Fund Administrator (PFA) from the other, and what should influence choice and movements.

Owing to this, the Managing Director, ARM Pension, Wale Odutola, was quoted in the statement to have provided insights into the key differentiating elements that are likely to influence choice of one PFA to the other.

According to him, these elements becomes the competitive qualities that PFAs are going to work on, which brings additional value to the RSA holder and for the larger pension industry.

Odutola said, “For every RSA holder planning to make a move, I’ll advice that such a person seeks out a PFA with an excellent management team, a good investment track-record and notable years of experience.”

“RSA holders should not ignore the history books. Ensure that the PFA you move to have rigorously managed pension fund assets and remained consistent with paying out higher returns to the retirees whose fund they manage,” he added.

According to him, ARM Pension has since inception delivered consistently positive returns on retirees’ funds irrespective of the economic situation of the nation.

“Skilled with an experienced and competent management team, ARM Pensions has recorded historical annual returns on managed retirement funds with average returns significantly higher than the long-run average inflation rate of 12 per cent,” he added.

With ARM Pensions equipped with the ISO certification for information security, he believes that after years of hard work, an RSA holder should not put the safety of their data and funds in jeopardy. He advised strongly on choosing a PFA with an airtight information security protocol in place.

In addition, Odutola advised RSA holders to, “do business with a PFA that has a responsive customer relationship team that you can reach easily, online and offline, and aside from providing core functions of managing your pension funds, your PFA should go above and beyond to provide you with retirement planning tools, tips, and more to help you prepare for a fulfilled retirement.”

“For us at ARM, going the extra mile and continually exploring opportunities to ensure comfort in retirement for the people who entrust us with their funds, remains our priority always,” he said.

Rainoil Wins Business Leadership Awards

Rainoil Limited, an integrated oil and gas company operating in the downstream sector has won the ‘2020 Downstream Company of the Year Award “ at the Nigerian Business Leadership Awards (NBLA) 2020 organised by the Businessday Newspapers group.

In the presentation of the award, Rainoil Limited emerged the winner amongst leading peers for the category.

While expressing his joy at the development, the Group Managing Director, Rainoil Limited, Dr. Gabriel Ogbechie, said the award was an acknowledgement of the group’s consistent focus on, “strategic and value-driven investments,” in energy sector of the Nigerian economy.

He stated that the award was particularly gratifying, coming at the time the company was making great effort in contributing to the economic development of the country with its sterling efforts to ensuring in-country utilisation and deepening of gas penetration in the nation.

He noted that the group recently launched its Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) facility with a tank capacity of 8000MT and a fleet capacity of about 40 LPG trucks, which he believes the expansion of Rainoil Limited perfectly aligns with the company’s vision and mission to continually proffer solutions to fill the voids in the energy sector.

He said the company has also continued to make significant investment in cutting edge technology in order to maintain and Strengthen its excellent customer service delivery.

He affirmed that Rainoil would continue to support the federal government’s policy on deepening LPG penetration and will Strengthen domestic consumption of LPG nationwide.

ets across the country; a fleet of over 100 tank trucks for efficient delivery of products and 1 shipping vessel with a total capacity of over 20,000 metric tonnes. Rainoil Limited remains a wholly indigenous company.

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Killexams : Isaac obtains international information security certification

Fleet management solution provider Isaac Instruments successfully achieved ISO 27001 certification, the international standard for information security management, the company announced on Aug. 1. The technology company said the ISO 27001:2013 certification from the International Organization for Standardization is part of its continuous efforts to pursue stringent security standards. 

Following an 18-month process, an accredited certification body granted Isaac the official ISO 27001 certification after performing an independent audit of the organization. Isaac’s information security management system (ISMS) encompasses the whole organization. This includes core IT infrastructure management, end-user computing, vulnerability management, security event and incident management, software development lifecycle, and project management. 

See also: Zero trust: Chaos creates cybercriminal opportunities

“This achievement is a testament to Isaac’s commitment to go above and beyond when it comes to securing our organization,” said Jacques DeLarochelliere, CEO and co-founder of Isaac. “The ISO 27001 certification is an additional signal to our fleet clients and integration partners that Isaac follows the highest industry standards to protect their valuable data, thus giving them a competitive edge.”  

DeLarochelliere credited Joe Russo, VP of information technology and security, and all Isaac colleagues, for their joint efforts in achieving this certification. It comes at a time of rising cybersecurity threats to the financial well-being of fleet clients across North America. 

ISO 27001 is recognized as the international standard for managing information security. It enables organizations to manage the security of assets such as intellectual property, employee details, and information entrusted by third parties. It is seen as an indication that an organization is following information security best practices.  

Isaac’s electronic logging device (ELD) and fleet management telematics solution, which is used by more than 40% of the largest carriers across Canada, helps fleets monitor and optimize vehicle efficiencies, including fuel consumption, engine data processing, driver productivity, as well as safety and hours-of-service compliance. 

Beyond ELDs, Isaac partners with trucking fleets to simplify the life of drivers and keep the wheels turning, including real-time in-cab coaching, which provides fuel savings and reduces accidents.   

As part of the ISO certification, the Isaac team had to ensure each governance document and security policy and procedure met the international compliance standards.  

“ISO 27001 certification is a true commitment to our clients who trust us each day to help optimize their operations,” DeLarochelliere said. “It is another tremendous achievement for our talented team and shows our current and future fleet clients how Isaac recognizes the importance of information security.” 

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Killexams : A key role for quantum entanglement

image: One of the two ion traps used, seen in the centre of the image. Around the trap run a number of laser beam lines for the preparation and manipulation of the ions. At the front of the trap, the end of the quantum network link to the other trap — an optical fibre — is visible. view more 

Credit: David Nadlinger/ University of Oxford

The art of cryptography is to skilfully transform messages so that they become meaningless to everyone but the intended recipients. Modern cryptographic schemes, such as those underpinning digital commerce, prevent adversaries from illegitimately deciphering messages — say, credit-card information — by requiring them to perform mathematical operations that consume a prohibitively large amount of computational power. Starting from the 1980s, however, ingenious theoretical concepts have been introduced in which security does not depend on the eavesdropper’s finite number-crunching capabilities. Instead, basic laws of quantum physics limit how much information, if any, an adversary can ultimately intercept. In one such concept, security can be guaranteed with only a few general assumptions about the physical apparatus used. Implementations of such ‘device-independent’ schemes have long been sought after, but remained out of reach. Until now, that is. Writing in Nature, an international team of researchers from the University of Oxford, EPFL, ETH Zurich, the University of Geneva and CEA report the first demonstration of this sort of protocol — taking a decisive step towards practical devices offering such exquisite security.

Secure communication is all about keeping information private. It might be surprising, therefore, that in real-world applications large parts of the transactions between legitimate users are played out in public. The key is that sender and receiver do not have to keep their entire communication hidden. In essence, they only have to share one ‘secret’; in practice, this secret is string of bits, known as a cryptographic key, that enables everyone in its possession to turn coded messages into meaningful information. Once the legitimate parties have ensured for a given round of communication that they, and only they, share such a key, pretty much all the other communication can happen in plain view, for everyone to see. The question, then, is how to ensure that only the legitimate parties share a secret key. The process of accomplishing this is known as ‘key distribution’.

In the cryptographic algorithms underlying, for instance, RSA — one of the most widely used cryptographic systems — key distribution is based on the (unproven) conjecture that certain mathematical functions are easy to compute but hard to revert. More specifically, RSA relies on the fact that for today’s computers it is hard to find the prime factors of a large number, whereas it is easy for them to multiply known prime factors to obtain that number. Secrecy is therefore ensured by mathematical difficulty. But what is impossibly difficult today might be easy tomorrow. Famously, quantum computers can find prime factors significantly more efficiently than classical computers. Once quantum computers with a sufficiently large number of qubits become available, RSA encoding is destined to become penetrable.

But quantum theory provides the basis not only for cracking the cryptosystems at the heart of digital commerce, but also for a potential solution to the problem: a way entirely different from RSA for distributing cryptographic keys — one that has nothing to do with the hardness of performing mathematical operations, but with fundamental physical laws. Enter quantum key distribution, or QKD for short.

In 1991, the Polish-British physicist Artur Ekert showed in a seminal paper that the security of the key-distribution process can be guaranteed by directly exploiting a property that is unique to quantum systems, with no equivalent in classical physics: quantum entanglement. Quantum entanglement refers to certain types of correlations in the outcomes of measurements performed on separate quantum systems. Importantly, quantum entanglement between two systems is exclusive, in that nothing else can be correlated to these systems. In the context of cryptography this means that sender and receiver can produce between them shared outcomes through entangled quantum systems, without a third party being able to secretly gain knowledge about these outcomes. Any eavesdropping leaves traces that clearly flag the intrusion. In short: the legitimate parties can interact with one another in ways that are — thanks to quantum theory — fundamentally beyond any adversary’s control. In classical cryptography, an equivalent security ensure is provably impossible.

Over the years, it was realized that QKD schemes based on the ideas introduced by Ekert can have a further remarkable benefit: users have to make only very general assumptions regarding the devices employed in the process. By contrast, earlier forms of QKD based on other basic principles require detailed knowledge about the inner workings of the devices used. The novel form of QKD is now generally known as ‘device-independent QKD’ (DIQKD), and an experimental implementation thereof became a major goal in the field. Hence the excitement as such a breakthrough experiment has now finally been achieved.

The scale of the challenge is reflected in the breadth of the team, which combines leading experts in theory and experiment. The experiment involved two single ions — one for the sender and one for the receiver — confined in separate traps that were connected with an optical-fibre link. In this basic quantum network, entanglement between the ions was generated with record-high fidelity over millions of runs. Without such a sustained source of high-quality entanglement, the protocol could not have been run in a practically meaningful manner. Equally important was to certify that the entanglement is suitably exploited, which is done by showing that conditions known as Bell inequalities are violated. Moreover, for the analysis of the data and an efficient extraction of the cryptographic key, significant advances in the theory were needed.

In the experiment, the ‘legitimate parties’ — the ions — were located in one and the same laboratory. But there is a clear route to extending the distance between them to kilometres and beyond. With that perspective, together with further accurate progress made in related experiments in Germany and China, there is now a real prospect of turning the theoretical concept of Ekert into practical technology.


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Killexams : Marin Software Announces Second Quarter 2022 Financial Results

SAN FRANCISCO, August 04, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Marin Software Incorporated (NASDAQ: MRIN), a leading provider of digital marketing software for performance-driven advertisers and agencies, today announced financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2022.

"Having the right automation and optimization tools is increasingly important for advertisers to outperform the competition," said Chris Lien, Marin Software’s Chairman and CEO. "This quarter, we expanding our industry-leading automation tools with improvements to our Rules Engine and Dynamic Actions."

Second Quarter 2022 Product Highlights:

  • Recognized as a Strong Performer in The Forrester Wave™: B2B Advertising Solutions, Q3 2022 , and cited as "best in class" for B2B search and social advertising.

  • Achieved Tested partner status from Amazon Ads with our team of certified that are certified in Amazon Ads topics. Being part of the Partner Network enables Marin to further develop our Amazon Ads capabilities and engage more deeply with Amazon Advertising with access to select beta programs and tailored training on campaign strategies and new product releases.

  • Upgraded our support for Google's newest campaign formats, including Performance Max, Universal App, Discovery, and Video (YouTube) Campaigns. We also launched support for Yahoo! Japan Responsive Ads for Search (RAS).

  • Completed the rollout of MarinOne Bidding, unlocking better performance and improved accuracy with dynamic clustering and improved intraday optimizations for all customers.

  • Introduced MarinOne support for ad scheduling (dayparting) via multi-edit, allowing advertisers to Strengthen the performance of their ads by adjusting when they are (and are not) shown.

  • Significantly improved our Dimensions aggregation tools by introducing campaign-level rollup views, view Dimension over time, and the ability to segment Dimension data by device, match type, and publisher. These changes further reduce the need for offline data analysis.

  • Introduced two new Insights, including RSA Coverage, which identifies groups without any Responsive Search Ads, and First Page Minimum Bid, which identifies objects performing below the Bid Strategy efficiency goal and whose bids are artificially raised to publisher first-page minimum bids.

  • Made it easier to amplify organic posts by adding the ability to duplicate Message Booster rules.

  • Launched the Social Rules Engine to help automate key workflows. With the Rules Engines, users can set triggers based on any aspect of campaign performance that will adjust bid, status, messaging, and more.

  • Enhanced our Dynamic Actions automation features to allow changes to additional objects, including Project Targets and Dynamic Targets based on internal or external data signals.

  • Streamlined the onboarding of new users, allowing advertisers to get new hires up and running on MarinOne more quickly and efficiently.

  • Introduced chat functionality directly in MarinOne, so it is possible for customers to reach our customer support team and ask for help without ever having to navigate away from their own account.

Second Quarter 2022 Financial Updates:

  • Net revenues totaled $4.7 million, a year-over-year decrease of 23% when compared to $6.1 million in the second quarter of 2021.

  • GAAP loss from operations was ($5.6) million, resulting in a GAAP operating margin of (119%), as compared to a GAAP loss from operations of ($3.0) million and a GAAP operating margin of (49%) for the second quarter of 2021.

  • Non-GAAP loss from operations was ($4.6) million, resulting in a non-GAAP operating margin of (98%), as compared to a non-GAAP loss from operations of ($2.8) million and a non-GAAP operating margin of (46%) for the second quarter of 2021.

Reconciliations of GAAP to non-GAAP financial measures have been provided in the financial statement tables included in this press release. An explanation of these measures is also included below, under the heading "Non-GAAP Financial Measures."

Financial Outlook:

Marin is providing guidance for its third quarter of 2022 as follows:

Forward-Looking Guidance

In millions

Range of Estimate

From

To

Three Months Ending September 30, 2022

Revenues, net

$

4.5

$

5.0

Non-GAAP loss from operations

(4.9

)

(4.5

)

Non-GAAP loss from operations excludes the effects of stock-based compensation, amortization of internally developed software, impairment of long-lived assets, capitalization of internally developed software, non-recurring costs associated with restructurings, and certain professional fees that the Company has incurred in responding to third-party subpoenas that the Company has received related to governmental investigations of Google and Facebook.

Additionally, the Company does not reconcile its forward-looking non-GAAP loss from operations, due to variability between revenues and non-cash items such as stock-based compensation. The GAAP loss from operations includes stock-based compensation expense, which is affected by hiring and retention needs, as well as the future price of Marin’s stock. As a result, a reconciliation of the forward-looking non-GAAP financial measures to the corresponding GAAP measures cannot be made without unreasonable effort.

Quarterly Results Conference Call

Marin Software will host a conference call today at 2:00 PM Pacific Time (5:00 PM Eastern Time) to review the Company’s financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2022, and its outlook for the future. To access the call, please dial (877) 256-3669 in the United States or (201) 231-2913 internationally with reference to conference ID 22019624. A live webcast of the conference call will be accessible at https://viavid.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1559041&tp_key=3bf131ecde. Following the completion of the call through 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on August 11, 2022, a recorded replay will be available on the Company’s website at http://investor.marinsoftware.com/ and a telephone replay will be available by dialing (844) 512-2921 in the United States or (412) 317-6671 internationally with the recording access code 22019624.

About Marin Software

Marin Software Incorporated’s (NASDAQ: MRIN) mission is to supply advertisers the power to drive higher efficiency and transparency in their paid marketing programs that run on the world’s largest publishers. Marin Software provides enterprise marketing software for advertisers and agencies to integrate, align, and amplify their digital advertising spend across the web and mobile devices. Marin Software offers a unified SaaS advertising management platform for search, social, and eCommerce advertising. The Company helps digital marketers convert precise audiences, Strengthen financial performance, and make better decisions. Headquartered in San Francisco with offices worldwide, Marin Software’s technology powers marketing campaigns around the globe. For more information about Marin Software, please visit www.marinsoftware.com.

Non-GAAP Financial Measures

Marin uses certain non-GAAP financial measures in this release. Marin uses these non-GAAP financial measures internally in analyzing its financial results and believes they are useful to investors, as a supplement to GAAP measures, in evaluating its ongoing operational performance. Marin believes that the use of these non-GAAP financial measures provides an additional tool for investors to use in evaluating ongoing operating results and trends and in comparing our financial results with other companies in our industry, many of which present similar non-GAAP financial measures to investors. Non-GAAP financial measures that Marin uses may differ from measures that other companies may use.

Non-GAAP financial measures should not be considered in isolation from, or as a substitute for, financial information prepared in accordance with GAAP. A reconciliation of the non-GAAP financial measures to their most directly comparable GAAP measures has been provided in the financial statement tables included below in this press release. Investors are encouraged to review the reconciliation of these non-GAAP financial measures to their most directly comparable GAAP financial measures.

Non-GAAP expenses, measures and net loss per share. Marin defines non-GAAP sales and marketing, non-GAAP research and development, non-GAAP general and administrative, non-GAAP gross profit, non-GAAP operating loss and non-GAAP net loss as the respective GAAP balances, adjusted for stock-based compensation, amortization of internally developed software and intangible assets, impairment of goodwill and long-lived assets, non-cash expenses related to debt agreements, capitalization of internally developed software, CARES Act employee retention credit, non-recurring costs associated with restructurings, and certain professional fees that the Company has incurred in responding to third-party subpoenas that the Company has received related to governmental investigations of Google and Facebook. Non-GAAP net loss per share is calculated as non-GAAP net loss divided by the weighted average shares outstanding.

Adjusted EBITDA. Marin defines Adjusted EBITDA as net loss, adjusted for stock-based compensation expense, depreciation, amortization of internally developed software and intangible assets, capitalization of internally developed software, impairment of goodwill and long-lived assets, benefit from or provision for income taxes, CARES Act employee retention credit, other income, net, non-recurring costs associated with restructurings, and certain professional fees that the Company has incurred in responding to third-party subpoenas that the Company has received related to governmental investigations of Google and Facebook. These amounts are often excluded by other companies to help investors understand the operational performance of their business. The Company uses Adjusted EBITDA as a measurement of its operating performance because it assists in comparing the operating performance on a consistent basis by removing the impact of certain non-cash and non-operating items. Adjusted EBITDA reflects an additional way of viewing aspects of the operations that Marin believes, when viewed with the GAAP results and the accompanying reconciliations to corresponding GAAP financial measures, provide a more complete understanding of factors and trends affecting its business.

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains forward-looking statements including, among other things, statements regarding Marin’s business, impact of investments in product and technology on future operating results, progress on product development efforts, product capabilities, advertiser and customer behavior, effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, and future financial results, including its outlook for the third quarter of 2022. These forward-looking statements are subject to the safe harbor provisions created by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. genuine results could differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements as a result of certain risk factors, including but not limited to any lingering effects of the global outbreak of COVID-19 on demand for our products and services; the amount of digital advertising spend managed by our customers using our products; the extent of customer acceptance and adoption of our MarinOne platform; the productivity of our personnel and other aspects of our business; our ability to maintain or grow sales to new and existing customers; any adverse changes in our relationships with and access to publishers and advertising agencies and strategic business partners, including any adverse changes in our revenue sharing agreement with Google; our ability to raise additional capital; our ability to manage expenses; the success of any increased investments that we may make in our engineering and sales and marketing teams; our ability to retain and attract qualified management, technical and sales and marketing personnel; any delays in the release of updates to our product platform or new features or delays in customer deployment of any such updates or features; competitive factors, including but not limited to pricing pressures, entry of new competitors and new applications; quarterly fluctuations in our operating results due to a number of factors; inability to adequately forecast our future revenues, expenses, Adjusted EBITDA, cash flows or other financial metrics; delays, reductions or slower growth in the amount spent on online and mobile advertising and the development of the market for cloud-based software; progress in our efforts to update our software platform; level of usage and advertising spend managed on our platform; our ability to maintain or expand sales of our solutions in channels other than search advertising; any slow-down in the search advertising market generally; any shift in customer digital advertising budgets from search to segments in which we are not as deeply penetrated; the development of the market for digital advertising; acceptance and continued usage of our platform and services by customers and our ability to provide high-quality technical support to our customers; material defects in our platform including those resulting from any updates we introduce to our platform, service interruptions at our single third-party data center or breaches in our security measures; our ability to develop enhancements to our platform; our ability to protect our intellectual property; our ability to manage risks associated with international operations; the impact of fluctuations in currency exchange rates, particularly an increase in the value of the dollar; near term changes in sales of our software services or spend under management may not be immediately reflected in our results due to our subscription business model; and adverse changes in general economic or market conditions. These forward-looking statements are based on current expectations and are subject to uncertainties and changes in condition, significance, value and effect as well as other risks detailed in documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including our most accurate report on Form 10-K, accurate reports on Form 10-Q and current reports on Form 8-K, which we may file from time to time, and all of which are available free of charge at the SEC’s website at www.sec.gov. Any of these risks could cause genuine results to differ materially from expectations set forth in the forward-looking statements. All forward-looking statements in this press release reflect Marin’s expectations as of August 4, 2022. Marin assumes no obligation to, and expressly disclaims any obligation to update any such forward-looking statements after the date of this release.

Marin Software Incorporated

Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets

(On a GAAP basis)

June 30,

December 31,

(Unaudited; in thousands, except par value)

2022

2021

Assets:

Current assets:

Cash and cash equivalents

$

37,267

$

46,842

Restricted cash

215

215

Accounts receivable, net

3,988

4,633

Prepaid expenses and other current assets

1,433

2,324

Total current assets

42,903

54,014

Property and equipment, net

3,228

3,622

Right-of-use assets, operating leases

4,843

1,660

Other non-current assets

591

535

Total assets

$

51,565

$

59,831

Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity:

Current liabilities:

Accounts payable

$

718

$

975

Accrued expenses and other current liabilities

4,392

6,176

Note payable, current

2,226

Operating lease liabilities

1,861

2,006

Total current liabilities

6,971

11,383

Note payable, net of current

1,094

Operating lease liabilities, non-current

3,034

Other long-term liabilities

1,009

1,096

Total liabilities

11,014

13,573

Stockholders’ equity:

Common stock, $0.001 par value

16

15

Additional paid-in capital

353,018

351,394

Accumulated deficit

(311,480

)

(304,107

)

Accumulated other comprehensive loss

(1,003

)

(1,044

)

Total stockholders’ equity

40,551

46,258

Total liabilities and stockholders’ equity

$

51,565

$

59,831

Marin Software Incorporated

Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations

(On a GAAP basis)

Three Months Ended June 30,

Six Months Ended June 30,

(Unaudited; in thousands, except per share data)

2022

2021

2022

2021

Revenues, net

$

4,720

$

6,094

$

9,881

$

12,402

Cost of revenues

3,203

3,175

6,531

6,416

Gross profit

1,517

2,919

3,350

5,986

Operating expenses:

Sales and marketing

1,588

1,268

3,375

2,514

Research and development

2,980

2,667

5,897

5,066

General and administrative

2,545

1,995

5,014

3,864

Total operating expenses

7,113

5,930

14,286

11,444

Loss from operations

(5,596

)

(3,011

)

(10,936

)

(5,458

)

Other income, net

297

221

3,699

548

Loss before income taxes

(5,299

)

(2,790

)

(7,237

)

(4,910

)

Income tax provision (benefit)

75

(289

)

136

(197

)

Net loss

$

(5,374

)

$

(2,501

)

$

(7,373

)

$

(4,713

)

Net loss per common share, basic and diluted

$

(0.34

)

$

(0.23

)

$

(0.47

)

$

(0.44

)

Weighted-average shares outstanding, basic and diluted

15,651

11,034

15,594

10,669

Marin Software Incorporated

Condensed Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows

(On a GAAP basis)

Six Months Ended June 30,

(Unaudited; in thousands)

2022

2021

Operating activities:

Net loss

$

(7,373

)

$

(4,713

)

Adjustments to reconcile net loss to net cash used in operating activities

Depreciation

378

463

Amortization of internally developed software

973

1,220

Amortization of deferred costs to obtain and fulfill contracts

171

268

Forgiveness of Paycheck Protection Program loan

(3,117

)

Interest expense

6

Loss on disposals of property and equipment and right-of-use assets

32

Unrealized foreign currency losses

82

32

Stock-based compensation related to equity awards

1,657

641

Provision for bad debts

(63

)

(51

)

Net change in operating leases

(294

)

(252

)

Deferred income tax benefits

(77

)

Changes in operating assets and liabilities

Accounts receivable

727

724

Prepaid expenses and other assets

748

607

Accounts payable

(253

)

(330

)

Accrued expenses and other liabilities

(1,851

)

(1,424

)

Net cash used in operating activities

(8,292

)

(2,777

)

Investing activities:

Purchases of property and equipment

(13

)

(6

)

Capitalization of internally developed software

(894

)

(632

)

Net cash used in investing activities

(907

)

(638

)

Financing activities:

Proceeds from issuance of common shares through at-the-market offering, net of offering costs

3,120

Payment of principal on finance lease liabilities

(15

)

Repayment of Paycheck Protection Program loan

(203

)

Employee taxes paid for withheld shares upon equity award settlement

(95

)

(120

)

Proceeds from employee stock purchase plan, net

19

15

Net cash (used in) provided by financing activities

(279

)

3,000

Effect of foreign exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents and restricted cash

(97

)

(28

)

Net decrease in cash and cash equivalents and restricted cash

(9,575

)

(443

)

Cash and cash equivalents and restricted cash:

Beginning of period

47,057

14,820

End of the period

$

37,482

$

14,377

Marin Software Incorporated

Reconciliation of GAAP to Non-GAAP Expenses

Three Months Ended

Year Ended

Three Months Ended

Mar 31,

Jun 30,

Sep 30,

Dec 31,

Dec 31,

Mar 31,

Jun 30,

(Unaudited; in thousands)

2021

2021

2021

2021

2021

2022

2022

Sales and Marketing (GAAP)

$

1,246

$

1,268

$

1,266

$

1,702

$

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Killexams : Quantum key distribution based on high-quality quantum entanglement

A method known as quantum key distribution has long held the promise of communication security unattainable in conventional cryptography. An international team of scientists has now demonstrated experimentally, for the first time, an approach to quantum key distribution that is based on high-quality quantum entanglement—offering much broader security guarantees than previous schemes.

The art of cryptography is to skillfully transform messages so that they become meaningless to everyone but the intended recipients. Modern cryptographic schemes, such as those underpinning digital commerce, prevent adversaries from illegitimately deciphering messages—say, credit-card information—by requiring them to perform mathematical operations that consume a prohibitively large amount of computational power. Starting from the 1980s, however, ingenious theoretical concepts have been introduced in which security does not depend on the eavesdropper's finite number-crunching capabilities. Instead, basic laws of quantum physics limit how much information, if any, an adversary can ultimately intercept. In one such concept, security can be guaranteed with only a few general assumptions about the physical apparatus used. Implementations of such "device-independent" schemes have long been sought after, but remained out of reach. Until now, that is. Writing in Nature, an international team of researchers from the University of Oxford, EPFL, ETH Zurich, the University of Geneva and CEA report the first demonstration of this sort of protocol—taking a decisive step towards practical devices offering such exquisite security.

The key is a secret

Secure communication is all about keeping information private. It might be surprising, therefore, that in real-world applications large parts of the transactions between legitimate users are played out in public. The key is that sender and receiver do not have to keep their entire communication hidden. In essence, they only have to share one "secret"; in practice, this secret is string of bits, known as a , that enables everyone in its possession to turn coded messages into meaningful information. Once the legitimate parties have ensured for a given round of communication that they, and only they, share such a key, pretty much all the other communication can happen in plain view, for everyone to see. The question, then, is how to ensure that only the legitimate parties share a secret key. The process of accomplishing this is known as "key distribution."

In the underlying, for instance, RSA—one of the most widely used cryptographic systems—key distribution is based on the (unproven) conjecture that certain mathematical functions are easy to compute but hard to revert. More specifically, RSA relies on the fact that for today's computers it is hard to find the prime factors of a large number, whereas it is easy for them to multiply known prime factors to obtain that number. Secrecy is therefore ensured by mathematical difficulty. But what is impossibly difficult today might be easy tomorrow. Famously, quantum computers can find prime factors significantly more efficiently than classical computers. Once quantum computers with a sufficiently large number of qubits become available, RSA encoding is destined to become penetrable.

But provides the basis not only for cracking the cryptosystems at the heart of digital commerce, but also for a potential solution to the problem: a way entirely different from RSA for distributing cryptographic keys—one that has nothing to do with the hardness of performing mathematical operations, but with fundamental physical laws. Enter , or QKD for short.

Quantum-certified security

In 1991, the Polish-British physicist Artur Ekert showed in a seminal paper that the security of the process can be guaranteed by directly exploiting a property that is unique to , with no equivalent in classical physics: . Quantum entanglement refers to certain types of correlations in the outcomes of measurements performed on separate quantum systems. Importantly, quantum entanglement between two systems is exclusive, in that nothing else can be correlated to these systems. In the context of cryptography this means that sender and receiver can produce between them shared outcomes through entangled quantum systems, without a third party being able to secretly gain knowledge about these outcomes. Any eavesdropping leaves traces that clearly flag the intrusion. In short: the legitimate parties can interact with one another in ways that are—thanks to quantum theory—fundamentally beyond any adversary's control. In classical cryptography, an equivalent security ensure is provably impossible.

Over the years, it was realized that QKD schemes based on the ideas introduced by Ekert can have a further remarkable benefit: users have to make only very general assumptions regarding the devices employed in the process. By contrast, earlier forms of QKD based on other basic principles require detailed knowledge about the inner workings of the devices used. The novel form of QKD is now generally known as device-independent QKD (DIQKD), and an experimental implementation thereof became a major goal in the field. Hence the excitement as such a breakthrough experiment has now finally been achieved.

Culmination of years of work

The scale of the challenge is reflected in the breadth of the team, which combines leading experts in theory and experiment. The experiment involved two single ions—one for the sender and one for the receiver—confined in separate traps that were connected with an optical-fiber link. In this basic quantum network, entanglement between the ions was generated with record-high fidelity over millions of runs. Without such a sustained source of high-quality entanglement, the protocol could not have been run in a practically meaningful manner. Equally important was to certify that the entanglement is suitably exploited, which is done by showing that conditions known as Bell inequalities are violated. Moreover, for the analysis of the data and an efficient extraction of the cryptographic key, significant advances in the theory were needed.

In the experiment, the "legitimate parties"—the ions—were located in one and the same laboratory. But there is a clear route to extending the distance between them to kilometers and beyond. With that perspective, together with further accurate progress made in related experiments in Germany and China, there is now a real prospect of turning the theoretical concept of Ekert into practical technology.



More information: Jean-Daniel Bancal, Experimental quantum key distribution certified by Bell's theorem, Nature (2022). DOI: 10.1038/s41586-022-04941-5. www.nature.com/articles/s41586-022-04941-5

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Killexams : RSA options for international students launched in Northern Territory </head> <body id="readabilityBody" readability="27.959183673469"> <h3>Newscorp Australia are trialling new security software on our mastheads. If you receive "Potential automated action detected!" please try these steps first:</h3> <ol type="1"> <li>Temporarily disable any AdBlockers / pop-up blockers / script blockers you have enabled</li> <li>Add this site in to the allowed list for any AdBlockers / pop-up blockers / script blockers you have enabled</li> <li>Ensure your browser supports JavaScript (this can be done via accessing <a href="https://www.whatismybrowser.com/detect/is-javascript-enabled" target="_blank">https://www.whatismybrowser.com/detect/is-javascript-enabled</a> in your browser)</li> <li>Ensure you are using the latest version of your web browser</li> </ol> <p>If you need to be unblocked please e-mail us at accessissues@news.com.au and provide the IP address and reference number shown here along with why you require access. News Corp Australia.</p><p>Your IP address is: 108.167.164.204 | Your reference number is: 0.3f911160.1659871814.210153dc</p> </body> </description> <pubDate>Tue, 21 Jun 2022 17:37:00 -0500</pubDate> <dc:format>text/html</dc:format> <dc:identifier>https://www.thechronicle.com.au/news/northern-territory/rsa-options-for-international-students-launched-in-northern-territory/news-story/95bae17c78f85ed9f5fb4963081a5f1c</dc:identifier> </item> <item> <title>Killexams : Why is it so hard for companies to adopt multi-layered security practices? They still have on-prem baggage, explain IDC analysts

In their keynote at AWS re:Inforce 2022, AWS’ Steven Schmidt, chief information security officer, and Kurt Kufeld, platform vice president, repeated a theme that was heard at the RSA conference earlier this year: Enterprise-level companies have to up their multifactor authentication game.

AWS deals with “quadrillions of events every month,” according to Schmidt. A quadrillion has 15 zeros, making it a number beyond the comprehension of most of us. Cloud competitor Microsoft reports that there are 50 million password attacks on its Azure Active Directory daily. Yet while implementing MFA can reduce infiltration through phishing attacks 99.9%, only a small percentage of admins implement authentication services with their single-sign-on procedures.

Why?

“Because it introduces friction, and all of a sudden people can’t get their jobs done,” said Jay Bretzmann (pictured, right), research director for cybersecurity and industry analyst at International Data Corp. “And the whole point of a network is letting people on to get that data they want to get to.”

Bretzmann and Philip Bues (pictured, left), research manager for cloud security at IDC, spoke with theCUBE industry analysts  John Furrier and Dave Vellante at AWS re:Inforce, during an exclusive broadcast on theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio. The discussion covered trends in identity management security and cloud data security. (* Disclosure below.)

Enterprise security has to deal with on-premises baggage

Despite the prevalence of the word “seamless” in cybersecurity product pitches, the day-to-day reality of security is anything but simple. Identity verification started back with mainframes, and many companies are still dealing with the baggage of security designed for on-prem active directories, according to Bretzmann. So while it may be easy for born-in-the-cloud companies to implement universal identify verification in the cloud, it’s a different situation for traditional enterprise.

“If you ask different suppliers ‘What percent of your base that does SSO also does MFA?’ one of the biggest suppliers out there, Microsoft, will tell you it’s under 25%. That’s pretty shocking,” Bretzmann stated.

Not so long ago, MFA was accomplished via a one-time code sent through Short Message Service. But this method is no longer recommended because it is relatively easy to compromise, according to the United States National Institute of Standards and Technology’s “Digital Identity Guidelines.”

SMS is susceptible to man-in-the-middle attacks because it is built on the Signaling System 7 telephony protocol, according to Bretzmann. Developed in 1975, SS-7 “predates anything. There’s no certification either side,” he said.

In addition, Subscriber Identity/Identification Module, or SIM card hacking has also become common, allowing attackers to reroute SMS messages and compromise accounts.

Best practices for modern MFA

Modern best practices for MFA include push notifications sent to secured mobile devices that can’t be accessed without first unlocking the device. One big player in the market is Cisco Duo, which has wide adoption because many companies already use Cisco’s network services, according to Bretzmann.

“Push can be a red ‘X’ and a green check mark to your phone. It can be a QR code somewhere; it can be an email push as well,” he said. “So that is the next easiest thing to adopt after SMS.”

Another development in dynamic identification is the adoption of public key infrastructure). This system enables encrypted and signed data, and identity is authenticated via digital certificate. This makes sense due to the prevalence of personal smart devices, according to Bretzmann.

“You can have an agent on that smart device generate your private key and then push out a public key. So the private key never leaves your device,” he explained.

Trends in cloud security

The big question for data security in the cloud is how to secure complex multicloud environments when trained security personnel are hard to find. The answer seems to be through open-source, automated solutions.

“Open source continues to proliferate around the automated reasoning, [and] I think that makes sense,” Bues said. “You want to provide guide rails, you want to provide roadmaps, and you want to have sort of that guidance.”

Another trend is that companies are combating cybercrime by sharing intelligence: “Some of the accurate directives from the [US] Executive Branch make it easier for private companies to share data and intelligence, which I think strengthens the cyber community overall,” Bues added.

However, sharing data can be a security risk: When the keynote speakers said “encrypt everything,” they were speaking only about data at rest, Furrier pointed out. “What about data in flight?” he asked.

The trend toward consolidation and integration in cloud security continues, according to Bues.

“In the runtime detection, [it] makes perfect sense to have both the agent and agentless so that you’re covering any of the gaps that might exist,” he stated.

Here’s the complete video interview, part of SiliconANGLE’s and theCUBE’s coverage of the AWS re:Inforce event:

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Killexams : 1Kosmos BlockID wins 2022 Banking Tech Award and Global InfoSec Awards

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 28 (ANI/PNN): 1Kosmos, the only company that unifies identity proofing and passwordless authentication, today announced it has been named 'Best Consumer Digital Banking Solutions Provider' in the 2022 Banking Tech Awards.

The company won three Global InfoSec Awards at RSA Conference 2022, including 'Best Product ID Verification, Most Comprehensive Multi-Factor Authentication and Cutting Edge Passwordless Authentication.'

The Banking Tech Awards recognised 1Kosmos BlockID as a digital channels solution that facilitates meaningful change to how a bank operates, builds products, and delivers services, bringing clear and measurable improvements to the organisation and customer experience.

"1Kosmos being named the Best Consumer Digital Banking Solutions Provider illustrates the importance of identity verification, not just authentication, in online banking today," said Hemen Vimadalal, CEO of 1Kosmos. "The ability of BlockID to perform identity verification instead of just relying on an authentication method like a username/password or one-time password enables financial institutions to offer advanced services because they can prevent account compromise and fraud."

According to a accurate report, India's data centers captured over 51 million cyber-attacks over their networks from April -December 2021. Commenting on mitigating the future of such attacks on real networks, Hemen said, "Now, more than ever, identity has become the security perimeter, especially in the cloud. 1Kosmos eliminates the security gap that attackers most commonly exploit, the disconnect between Tested identity and authentication, to make secure passwordless access possible."

Siddharth Gandhi, COO of APAC, said, "We have recently gone live with Sim binding along with next-gen MFA for a large Indian bank, and now with these recognitions, we reaffirmed our offerings and presence in the BFSI. These are an exciting time for 1Kosmos in India!"

1Kosmos also received three awards from Cyber Defense Magazine, the industry's leading electronic information security magazine, for Best Product ID Verification, Most Comprehensive Multi-Factor Authentication, and Cutting Edge Passwordless Authentication. Winners were selected by a panel of security professionals who conducted an independent review of each submission.

1Kosmos BlockID is live biometrics driven and provides passwordless access via a distributed digital identity platform. It helps financial institutions and organisations establish the identity of individuals accessing their systems, applications, and data while supporting secure passwordless access to accounts. BlockID also provides bank employees and organisations with secure, automated onboarding, self-service identity proofing, and passwordless access to various resources like corporate applications and data.

1Kosmos enables passwordless access for workers, customers, and citizens to securely transact with digital services. By unifying identity proofing and strong authentication, the BlockID platform creates a distributed digital identity that prevents identity impersonation, account takeover, and fraud while delivering frictionless user experiences. BlockID is the only NIST, FIDO2, and iBeta biometrics certified platform that performs millions of authentications daily for some of the world's largest banks, telecommunications, and healthcare organisations in the world. The company is funded by Forgepoint Capital and Gula Tech Adventures, with headquarters in Somerset, New Jersey. For more information, visit www.1kosmos.com and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Killexams : Syncdog Named Winner In 10Th Annual CDM Global Infosec Awards'

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Secure.Systems recognized as a Cutting Edge solution provider in Mobile Endpoint Security

RESTON, Va., July 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- SyncDog, Inc. , the leading Independent Software Vendor (ISV) for next generation mobile security and data loss prevention, today announced that Cyber Defense Magazine (CDM), the industry's leading electronic information security magazine, has named SyncDog a Cutting Edge solution provider in Mobile Endpoint Security in the 2022 CDM Global Infosec Awards. This is Cyber Defense Magazine's tenth year honoring the most innovative and valuable cyber defense companies from around the globe with winners being announced at the annual RSA Conference in San Francisco, CA.

'We are honored to be recognized by the CDM awards program as a leader in the mobile security market,' said Brian Egenrieder, CRO of SyncDog. 'Our Trusted Mobile Workspace (TMW) is a first-of-its-kind fully integrated mobile endpoint security system that serves as a protective shield over a device landscape. From new and existing data security/privacy regulations, device management, threat defense, and secure BYOD support, our Zero Trust platform truly encompasses all critical components to ensure enterprises maintain compliance, increase productivity and stay protected from growing mobile endpoint-threats.'

Permanent remote and hybrid work policies have become the new normal, enabling employees to be essentially Work From Anywhere (WFA). This shift in the workplace has challenged enterprises to balance employee enablement and security without infringing upon employee privacy. SyncDog allows companies to remove workforce limitations, enabling unrestricted, unimpeded, and secure collaboration between mobile employees and their enterprise ecosystem. Through a validated FIPS 140-2 certified, AES 256-bit encrypted application container that stores and protects emails, contacts, calendars, notes, tasks, documents and access to the intranet, SyncDog is able to increase security, user experience, performance and ease of management in a singular holistic solution.

'We scoured the globe looking for cybersecurity innovators that could make a huge difference and potentially help turn the tide against the exponential growth in cyber crime. SyncDog is absolutely worthy of this coveted award and consideration for deployment in your environment,' said Yan Ross, Editor of Cyber Defense Magazine.

With SyncDog it no longer matters if the device is iOS or Android, Managed or Unmanaged, Corporate Owned or personal (BYOD) – all can be supported through a single solution. SyncDog protects and manages devices, controls access to apps, defends against phishing and malware, and encrypts and isolates all corporate data, files and apps accessed by or stored on devices, simplifying set-up and management and improving productivity. SyncDog's holistic approach to mobile endpoint security empowers corporations to achieve compliance with new security and privacy laws without a trade-off in productivity.

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SyncDog is the leading ISV for building mobile frameworks that extend app functionality to devices while securing corporate and government networks from mobile-endpoint threats. SyncDog's flagship solution, Secure.Systems, delivers a rich and unimpeded mobile experience for employees working remotely, and supports a multitude of enterprise productivity apps within a NIST-certified (FIPS 140-2 cert. #2687) workspace. Secure.Systems is ideal for organizations that want to deliver a rich mobile app experience across BYOD, CYOD (choose your own device), or other endpoint device policy. Secure.Systems is a natural complement to security and compliance auditing initiatives to satisfy the mandates of CMMC, HIPAA, GDPR, PCI DSS, GLBA, FISMA, and other laws/standards for data security.

Secure.Systems can be deployed as a managed service from or as an on- premise solution. Additionally, Secure.Systems can be found on the Microsoft Azure and MobileIron marketplace exchanges, as well as on the App Store (iOS) and Google Play Store (Android).

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