Remembering all of my LinkedIn connections with Polarity

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Like many of us in the cyber industry, we leverage LinkedIn to maintain our contacts and track people we’ve worked with. One of the most useful things I’ve done with my LinkedIn contacts was to import them into
Polarity. Now, when I read the news, look at conference speakers, participate in industry Slack channels, or even scan a list of investors or board members for a company I am researching, Polarity highlights who I “know” from LinkedIn. This makes my time more productive and my connections and time spent previously with contacts, much more meaningful. In this blog post, I will show some examples of what this integration looks like and how to export, clean and import the data into Polarity. Read More…

A BlackHat Sponsor Booth Done Right

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For cyber security companies, your booth presence at shows like RSA and BlackHat are sometimes the only times potential investors, customers and media may see you. Trying to differentiate yourself, tell your message and catch the eye of vendor hall attendees is very difficult to get right. At BlackHat 2017, Polarity ran a very successful booth and there are many lessons other cyber-security companies can take away from this.
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Memorizing Anything Including Hostile URLs and Malware Hashes with Polarity

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Early this year, Gula Tech Adventures and Strategic Cyber Ventures invested in a memory augmentation company named Polarity. Both of our funds focus on next generation cyber security companies and as such, I often get asked, “Why Polarity?”. I answer, “It makes every security team more efficient regardless of what tools, technology or data they use.”.
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