MagicCube CEO: ‘Innovation Is Outrunning Security’
Security continues to be an industrywide challenge. The pace of innovation is outstripping today’s security infrastru...
Beyond Plastic: Payments in a Connected World
Gone is the world where a watch just keeps time and a refrigerator simply preserves food. From wearables and smart sp...
Farewell to hardware: the future of connected car security
Sam Shawki, CEO, MagicCube, writes about how the need to protect data about drivers and vehicles’ performance grows w...
MagicCube CTO's interview and cover of STEM magazine
Nancy Zayed Founder and CTO, MagicCube
10 Hot IoT Startups to Watch
With 20 billion internet of things devices online by 2020, the challenges and rewards are great for the top 10 startu...
MagicCube, ID TECH to deliver Soft POS and PIN-on-Glass solutions
MagicCube, developer of Software Trusted Execution Environment platform, has partnered with ID TECH, a point-of-sale ...
MagicCube and ID Tech Global Partnership
MagicCube, ID Tech partner to bring hardware-free and PIN-on-Glass products to market
MagicCube to launch its PIN-on-Glass product at Money 20/20 Europe in suite of IoT and PoS systems
MagicCube, the company that claims the world’s only Software Trusted Execution Environment platform (sTEE), is exhibiting at Money 20/20 Europe in Amsterdam ...
MagicCube to launch its PIN-on-Glass Product at Money 20/20 Europe and Establish Presence in Munich
MagicCube, the creator of the world’s only Software Trusted Execution Environment platform (sTEE™) is exhibiting at Money 20/20 Europe
How should retailers respond to Amazon Go? 7 experts weigh in
Retailers need to invest in people and technology -- but also use data more effectively to improve the in-store experience.
PCI's new PIN-on-glass standard targets a small-seller pain point
Developers of mobile point of sale solutions now have a path to build secure applications to support PIN entry on tablets and smartphones, following the Paym...
List of 200 cybersecurity startups that received venture capital in 2017
Cybersecurity Ventures predicts global spending on cybersecurity products and services will exceed $1 trillion cumulatively, from 2017 to 2021.
Business ideas for 2018: IoT security
The Internet of Things is here, but as connected cars, kettles and more are hacking targets, 2018 will see consumers keen to safeguard their devices...