Preview: Cylynt has introduced Cylynt Ranger, a powerful new piracy detection application that enables independent software vendors (ISVs) to identify and track the illegal usage of older, non-instrumented releases of their software applications.
Preview: Cylynt is partnering with Thales to offer software developers a best-in-class platform for recovering revenue from under compliance and piracy, as well as maximizing additional revenue opportunities. Cylynt CEO Ted Miracco and Thales VP of global solutions sales at Thales eSecurity comment on the advantages of this joint solution.
Preview: On the eve of Superbowl LIV, Cylynt CEO Ted Miracco talks about the parallels between football and Cylynt's anti-piracy software and the fact that doing nothing, either about improving the game or your cybersecurity protection is losing. "People who work together will win, whether it be against complex football defenses, or the problems of modern society." -Vince Lombardi
Preview: Cylynt data protection officer Lanre Oluwatona will be speaking at the Cylynt Software Anti-Piracy and License Compliance Summit on the topic of "Data Privacy and Your Rights." In this blog he discusses issues companies have when implementing a data privacy and protection strategy and shares his experiences guiding Cylynt itself through the process.
Cylynt Summit Speaker Highlight #3 David Laufman, partner at Wiggin and Dana law firm and former chief of the Counterintelligence and Export Control Section of the National Security Division at the Department of Justice (DOJ), will be a keynote speaker at the upcoming Cylynt Software Piracy and License Compliance Summit and will discuss “Keeping Secrets: Confronting the Threat of Economic Espion […]
Cylynt Summit Speaker Highlight #2 This blog is part of our ongoing series highlighting the work of anti-piracy and cyber security experts who will be presenting at our upcoming 2019 Cylynt Software Anti-Piracy and License Compliance Summit. John B. Kennedy, a partner at the law firm of Wiggin and Dana and an expert on new regulatory schemes such as the European Union (EU) General Data Protection […]
Software companies often focus so directly on researching and developing new features that they fail to understand the value of ongoing customer interaction. R&D is siloed within software development, while sales and marketing are responsible for customer interactions. At Cylynt, we’ve learned the important lesson that R&D organizations also need to be involved in customer interactions. R&D needs […]
Electronic design automation (EDA) software development leaders Synopsys, Inc. and Cadence Design Systems recently settled copyright infringement cases using the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), providing hope to the industry that software piracy can be addressed with the right evidence and legal process. Both cases before the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California wer […]
Our guest blogger Michael O’Connor is a visiting assistant professor at Penn State Law, with teaching and research focusing on cyber law. Before moving to academia, he spent nearly a decade practicing technology-focused law in Washington, D.C. His work in that sector is the basis for this discussion on how the International Trade Commission (ITC) can be used as a legal remedy to stem the tide of […]