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Dispatches from the Shift5 Team


Shift5 and NexLyte Announce Strategic Partnership
Oct. 1, 2020

NexLyte is a system integrator specializing in public and private telecommunications networks with a strong focus on passenger and freight rail. Shift5 is partnering with NexLyte to enhance integrating Shift5 solutions for our rail and public infrastructure customers.

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Podcast: International Cyber Warfare: How Real is the Threat?
Aug. 25, 2020

In this episode of The Cybrary's international cyber warfare podcast, Shift5 CEO Josh Lospinoso features as special guest. Josh discusses zero-day vulnerabilities including when to keep, use, and responsibly disclose them. In this episode, we’ll get into the ethical and legal challenges that need to be considered in cyber war operations.

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Josh Lospinoso C++ Talk

Shift5 Launches C++ Meetup Group (video)
April 19, 2020

Shift5 co-founder Josh Lospinoso kicks of the inaugural Washington DC C++ User Group Meeting with a talk about object lifetimes, resource ownership, exceptions, and copy/move semantics in C++. Combined, these ideas allow the developer to employ the powerful resource acquisition is initialization (RAII)/constructor acquires destructor releases (CADRe) paradigms.

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Josh Lospinoso Presents "C++ for Hackers" at US Army Cyber Center of Excellence
Jan. 17, 2020

Shift5 co-founder Josh Lospinoso talks about how C++ can be a vital tool for infosec developers. In this talk, he presents a simple Stage 0 Implant written in modern C++ to tool developers from Army Cyber Command. Along the way, he illuminates many features of C++, the C++ Standard Library, and the Boost Libraries that are highly useful when developing cybersecurity tools.

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Shift5 Raises $2.5 Million in Seed Round
Sept. 1, 2019

Shift5, Inc. a cybersecurity company that builds hardware and software products to defend weapon systems, air platforms, and commercial transportation systems raised an additional $2.5 million in venture funding

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