We’re Providing 2020 Campaigns with Free VPN Protection to Stop Hackers [Infographic]

Jennifer CaroleElections, News

We are kicking of the InvinciBull Secure Democracy Initiative inviting all campaigns – local, state and national – to use our personal VPN absolutely free for the length of the campaign. To understand the threat, see the infographic below. We want to protect political campaigns from hacking by nation states and other rogue actors intent on disrupting the democratic process. … Read More

Using Cybersecurity as a Competitive Advantage Will Delight Your Customers

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Cybersecurity as a competitive advantage.

We live in a world that is no longer inherently trustworthy. Layering innovation, technology, and a daily pace that rewards doing things quickly, we are faced with making decisions all day long. We decide who and what to trust with little consideration. But that’s changing as we learn of breaches, fake accounts and even election tampering via social media. The … Read More

The Center for Democracy and Technology Believes You Should Know Which VPNs are Trustworthy | We Made the Cut!

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The Center for Democracy and Technology

It’s Vince here with some exciting news! The Center for Democracy and Technology has been doing research on VPN security. They’ve come up with a methodology for vetting VPN’s for the kind of security that protects consumers. They call it Signals of Trust. I’m happy to say InvinciBull passed the test. The Center for Democracy and Technology works for you, … Read More

When You’re Creative, Your Ideas ARE Your Intellectual Property

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There’s a story told in the halls of cybersecurity companies that’s intended to make everyone grasp the fragility of digital information. The story goes like this: There was a start-up in Seattle that hosted an app that was extremely popular and taking off among their prospective customers. They were feeling the love and growing like crazy. They routinely backed-up their … Read More