CUPP Computing will have a demo table at the TC3 Conference, hosted by the Telecom Council of Silicon Valley, on September 18th and 19th at the Juniper Aspiration Dome in Sunnyvale, CA. If you would like to arrange a meeting or have questions, please contact Steve Roper at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. See you there!
From MIT Tech Review: The fact that smartphones and tablets don’t need antivirus software or regular software updates is a major reason for their popularity. That could soon change, however, as security companies report evidence that criminals are getting close to finding efficient and profitable ways to compromise many mobile devices at a time.
Join CUPP Computing at Mobile World Congress Hall 6 Stand 6C70 (Norway) CUPP will be demoenstrating GateKeeper running on Windows 8. Drop by our booth for a preview of the future of hardware based end point security. GateKeeper allows physical separation from the network for endpoint devices. Based on Yoggie Security Systems Award Winning product CUPP computer […]
Making computers work is hard. All successful operating systems have been easy to develop for and to use. This “ease” can mean different things to different parties. However, it almost always comes hand in hand with security deficiencies. This holds true for your PC and for your Phone. Lack of security was not necessarily a […]
Art Swift Appointed CEO of CUPP Computing Bergen, Norway. – August 13, 2012 – CUPP Computing AS (CUPP), a leader in dual mode processing and security technology for PC and mobile applications, announced today that the CUPP Board of Directors has appointed Art Swift as Chief Executive Officer. Swift succeeds co-founder Kevin McDonnell, who will […]
A couple of weeks ago Dropbox hired some “outside experts” to investigate why a bunch of users were getting spam at e-mail addresses used only for Dropbox storage accounts. The results of the investigation are in, and it turns out a Dropbox employee’s account was hacked, allowing access to user e-mail addresses. In an explanatory blog post, Dropbox […]
South Korea’s KT Telecom said that 8.7 million of it 16 million user were hacked over the last year. The data having been sold to Telemarketers. South Korea has one of the highest rates of Mobile phone with Smart phone penitration at over 50% of the market. Some hints as to the nature of […]
CUPP Computing announces its acquisition of YOGGIE Security Systems, a company specializing in Computer Security. This acquisition reflects two priorities: First, the importance CUPP places on computer security and its seriousness to deliver to the market the full scope of benefits that are made possible by its core technology. The opportunity to provide unprecedented levels […]
CUPP Computing has developed a 2.5” module for x-86 PCs. Codenamed “PunkThis” for PC, it is based on CUPP’s patented technology and “Multi-mode computing” vision. The device enables a user to combine a high performance PC processor (x86/IA) and a low power processor (RISC/ARM) into a single platform. This allows the user to choose between […]
Come visit our booth in Taipei we will be releasing our first product PunkThis. CUPP Computing will be at Computex Taipei, May 31st to June 4th. Hall Nangang 4F – Overseas Exhibitors Area – Booth N1230: Map (link)