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Zerto eyes growing A/NZ market presence in 2020
Zerto is continuing to build out its presence in the A/NZ channel, signing on 17 new partners in the region in 2019 and bringing its total partner count in A/NZ to 209.
ManageEngine launches suite of enterprise security solutions
The new solutions allow security teams to supervise remote sessions which are providing access to critical systems, says ManageEngine.
Cybersecurity teams preferring human results shows mistrust in AI
30% of respondents in a survey cited intuition as the most important human element in security analysis.
Eliminating gender bias in cybersecurity could grow industry by the billions
if gender bias were eliminated from the cybersecurity industries of the US and UK, a total of $43.1 billion and £17 billion would be added to their respective economies, according to data from Tessian.
Interview: LogRhythm's Simon Howe on AI and cybersecurity
The vice president of APAC sales for LogRhythm talks to Techday about user and entity behaviour analytics, and how AI and ML can revolutionise responses to cyber threats.
Verizon expands security portfolio with new solutions to combat cybercrime
"Now, more than ever, organisations need to be thinking differently about security, and leveraging cutting edge technology to help mitigate against cybercrime."
Should we really trust those ‘trusted’ devices?
A false sense of security surrounds so-called trusted mobile devices and we need to rethink the ‘trusted’ device security model.
Verizon unveils three new security solutions in expanded suite
“Now, more than ever, organisations need to be thinking differently about security, and leveraging cutting edge technology to help mitigate against cybercrime.”
Cybersecurity: why responsibility needs to extend beyond the IT department
Most employees are now skilled in the use of technology and are much more IT savvy than they were in the past. IT teams, therefore, have to stop acting as gatekeepers.
Unfixable vulnerability found in Intel chipsets 'impossible' to detect
Positive Technologies says it is ‘impossible’ to detect this kind of key breach, and no firmware updates can fix the vulnerability.
IWD 2020 interview: Kordia's NZ CISO Hilary Walton
New Zealand is a small country with a powerful tech backbone, but chances are you won’t come across too many people who hold the title of CISO – and even fewer who are female CISOs.
IWD 2020 interview: LogRhythm’s Joanne Wong & Ping Identity's Vivienne Horsfall
As a celebration of International Women’s Day, we’re running a series of interviews with women in technology. LogRhythm’s Joanne Wong and Ping Identity's Vivienne Horsfall share their thoughts.
Fortinet updates FortiOS & launches next-gen firewall product
Fortinet has recently released updates to its FortiOS cybersecurity platform, as well as a new FortiGate next-generation firewall product to its portfolio.
Singapore firms sceptical of public cloud due to security concerns
Of those respondents from Singapore, 96% say security concerns are holding back their organisation’s move to public cloud – a figure that is much higher than the global average of 70%.
2020 will be 'the year of mobile sneak attacks' - McAfee
Hidden apps are projected to be the cornerstone of the mobile sneak attack, with the McAfee report finding nearly 50% of all malicious activities in 2019 were from hidden apps.
Financial cybercrime happened 'almost continuously' in 2019
The CrowdStrike global threat report confirmed cases of data exfiltration have been rising, which can allow cyber attackers to leak and weaponise sensitive data gleaned from victims.
Report: Budget, staff and cybersecurity a barrier to Australian innovation
Concerns over cybersecurity has been named as one of the main barriers to innovation in Australian companies, according to new research from Ricoh.
Sophos acquired for US$3.9 billion in cash
In a 168% premium to its IPO share price in June 2015, Sophos stockholders now receive $7.40 per share, according to the company.
PUBG Mobile cracks down on dirty cheaters
Players will be able to use the Death Replay to see how they were killed from their opponent’s perspective.
Unprotected machine identities costing firms billions - report
Organisations worldwide could recover a collective total of between US$51 billion to as much as US$72 billion just by repairing their poorly protected machine identities.
Unisys launches partner programme for security solutions
Brings three-tiered programme to partners who resell its range of security solutions, including the Stealth range.
90% of cyber attackers using defence evasion tactics - report
A VMware Carbon Black report widespread usage of the tactic, which ensures attacks are not detected.
Microsoft bolsters threat prevention capabilities for enterprises
These capabilities centre around Microsoft Threat Protection, Azure Sentinel, and Insider Risk Management.
Fortinet cyber threat report paints bleak picture
The report reveals cybercriminals are maximising global economic and political realities to further enable their goal.