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Could deception methods be the new answer to cybersecurity?
Firms are unable to detect attackers for almost five months once they are inside systems, but deceiving attackers along the way can slow them down.
Trend Micro's lowdown on the bug that puts Windows systems at risk of DoS attacks
“Upon discovery, the bug was initially graded with a severity level of 10 out of 10, which means that the vulnerability could easily be exploited."
Your printer is a ‘weak link’ and putting your organisation at risk right now
Print security is once again in the spotlight, after new research revealed that 61% of enterprises have suffered an insecure printing data breach.
Ixia's Singapore Executive Briefing Center a safe haven for cyber defence simulations
“The Ixia Executive Briefing Center is unique and a highly valuable offering for IT professionals who struggle to run real-time stress-testing."
Fortinet’s Security Fabric: Protection for the entire data centre
Data centres need protection from a variety of all-to-real threats. Fortinet has security solutions for the edge, the core and into the cloud.
Business continuity: A key benefit of Fortinet’s network security
You sell goods and services. You need a safe and secure network to keep the revenue coming in. Fortinet’s network security keeps the wheels turning.
Fortinet extends network security into optimised operations
Fortinet’s security fabric moves beyond the firewall into enhanced network management, more visibility and reduced risk. Ingram Micro explains how.
Selling enterprise security solutions - tips for success
Ingram Micro’s Andrew Khan shares proven sales strategies for demonstrating return on investment when pitching security solutions to NZ businesses.
Expert opinion: What you can’t see could kill your network
CIOs & network admins often view the network as an inhibitor to achieving the business agility they recognize as vital to digital transformation.
Your school's endpoint security: Solving the BYOD conundrum
BYOD is both an enabler and a risk. Ingram Micro can show you how Fortinet’s internal segmentation technology makes BYOD safer and more secure.
Can you detect advanced threats with just Flows/IPFIX?
Is this enough to detect “an advanced threat”? Before you jump to conclusions, let’s have a productive discussion here.
Malware isn't the problem -it's the legitimate tools you should be worried about
Forget malware - once attackers are inside your system, 99% of post-intrusion internal attacks originate from leveraging legitimate applications.
7 modern security problems you can solve with Encrypted Traffic Management
Blue Coat has identified a few challenges plaguing security and network teams and how the right Encrypted Traffic Management solutions can help.
Network blind spots and what you should do about them
“Being proactive with installation, maintenance and ongoing training related to IT infrastructure helps overcome potential threats."
The best way for IT pros to save themselves time
One of the most efficient ways to lighten the workload is to invest in educating employees about IT security.
Fortinet: Network security you can trust
Secure your business and your future with Fortinet to help ensure that your business avoids becoming the latest cyber-crime statistic.
Fortinet: Security without compromise
Fortinet shows how to keep your school’s network safe, without compromising on speed or convenience.
Fortinet: Security for a new world
In an everchanging world, it can be hard keeping your network secure - Fortinet shows how with three rules to help protect your clients.
Fortinet provides a 99.8% block-rate of malware
When you connect to the internet via your wireless device, you could be courting disaster, especially if the access point is unsecured or public.
Your school's network could be faster... and safer
To keep your student’s heads down and brains turned on, you need to ensure that your network is equal to the task.
Why NZ retailers need to be wary of attacks in the last week before Christmas
New Zealand retailers are entering the busiest week of the year ahead of Christmas and the number of DDoS attacks continues to rise.