Emails: Palantir blames Morgan Stanley for ‘blemished’ direct listing

  • In two emails sent internally this weekend, Palantir Technologies blamed Morgan Stanley for a “failure” that left some employee and alumni shareholders unable to sell their shares when the company made its public debut last Wednesday.
  • The problem stemmed from a glitch with Morgan Stanley’s trading platform Shareworks.
  • In an unsigned email sent late in the evening Sunday, Palantir said it had heard from Morgan Stanley that the bank was in a “war room” all weekend working to determine which shareholders were owed compensation. 
  • A spokesperson for Shareworks at Morgan Stanley said the issue was a “slowness” that “may have resulted in delayed logins into our system.”
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Palantir placed blame squarely on Morgan Stanley following a glitch in the bank’s trading software Shareworks on Wednesday, according two unsigned emails sent to “Palantirians” on Saturday and Sunday, which were obtained by Business Insider.

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Agari Fall ’20 Release Liberates Business-Critical Emails Trapped in Quarantine

CISO organizations critical in fostering legitimate commerce; reduce business partners’ anxiety over blocked emails

FOSTER CITY, Calif., Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Agari, the market share leader in phishing defense solutions for the enterprise, announced today new features rolling out in its Fall ’20 Release. Features shipping with this season solve twin challenges CISO organizations continue to struggle with: understanding the risks associated with their own domains and the ability to customize risk-scoring in real time.

CISO organizations gain more customization options and deeper visibility into data
CISO organizations gain more customization options and deeper visibility into data

“This important release empowers the CISO to be an even better business partner to their internal stakeholders by ensuring those not-to-be missed emails get delivered to the inbox,” said Ramon Peypoch, Chief Product Officer, Agari. “No CISO wants to spend time dealing with the uncomfortable scenario of false-positive messages that are mischaracterized as malicious. The new capabilities we’re delivering help solve

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