Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Darktrace?
Darktrace is a cybersecurity company, specialising in AI-powered cyber-defence.
Secureworks appoints Wendy Thomas as president and CEO
Thomas moves into the CEO role after serving as president of customer success. She has also held roles in finance, strategy, and product at the company.
Organisations struggling to provide necessary security to support remote working
The shift to remote work turned network access and network security into equally high, yet competing, priorities for network and security professionals.
VMware finds 27% of developers aren't involved at all in security policy decisions
VMware has announced findings from a study on the relationship between IT, security, and development teams as organisations adopt a Zero Trust security model.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - StarWind engineer on the optimal disaster recovery approach
In today's interview, StarWind solutions engineer Orest Lesyuk discusses disaster recovery, ransomware, and how StarWind's solutions stand out.
Ransomware attacks reach disturbing levels
Ransomware attacks have reached 'stratospheric levels', now accounting for 69% of all attacks involving malware.
WhatsUp monitoring software receives security updates and support for Microsoft, Cisco, and OpenID
Progress has announced the latest release of Progress WhatsUp Gold, its award-winning network monitoring software.
Barracuda launches cloud-native SASE platform for better data security
“As businesses move assets to the public cloud, it makes sense to consider going with SASE offerings that are cloud-native. That way there's proximity between network access entry and where the assets are."
Global cybersecurity crisis accelerates with 5.4 million DDos attacks
Cyberattacks continue to have a dramatic impact on private and public organisations and governments worldwide.
Amazon, Microsoft, Adobe amongst top brands impersonated in phishing attacks
“Gone are the days of the bulk spam and phishing attacks, and here to stay is the highly targeted spear phishing email."
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Tanium?
Tanium is a cybersecurity and systems management company that helps organisations manage and protect their mission-critical networks.
Five reasons you need vulnerability management for business-critical applications
Attacks on business-critical applications can exploit administrator privileges, which can then be used to bypass application controls and compromise data and processes.
Security experts weigh in on Microsoft Azure security holes
The vulnerabilities currently putting Azure customers at risk are just the latest in a staggering number of crippling threats in internet software.
IBM Security, McAfee develop new integrated security solution
McAfee Enterprise has announced it has collaborated with IBM Security to develop an integrated solution for TD SYNNEX customers.
Seven key principles behind a robust cybersecurity practice
Here are seven critical questions that TSPs should ask of their cybersecurity practice to help protect customers.
Critical infrastructure vulnerabilities surge as cybersecurity not up to scratch
"Despite the criticality, the cybersecurity measures in place are still weak or nonexistent."
HackerOne unveils sweeping product expansion, including vulnerability ranking table
“We’re looking forward to seeing how customers use the valuable data provided by our hackers to inform security programs within their organisations.”
Manufacturing firms leave millions of files exposed - Varonis report
“On average, every employee has access to over 6 million files — nearly one out of every five files — on their first day on the job."
Microsoft Azure alert for authentication bypass vulnerability in Linux products
A patch is currently available for this vulnerability, however many sysadmins are potentially unaware they have the OMI product installed and are at risk.
The three Rs of visibility for any cloud journey
Network-based telemetry is an essential component in securing the move to the cloud, writes Gigamon CTO Shehzad Merchant.
How Self-Learning AI is changing the paradigm of endpoint security
Self-Learning AI is set to change the game for endpoint security – detecting the novel and sophisticated attacks that cause so much disruption today.
Lack of visibility cited as number one roadblock to robust security, report finds
“While it’s positive to see more leaders engaging in strategic approaches to securing their organisation, it’s important to keep their energy focused on the fundamentals of cybersecurity."
Ransomware, crypto scams & brute-forced passwords: Highlights from CERT NZ's Q2 report
The number of cybersecurity incidents in the second quarter of 2021 has risen to more than 1,350, accounting for $3.9 million in direct financial losses.
The challenges of improving software supply chain security
There is a glaring disconnect between executive concern and executive action when it comes to guarding against SolarWinds-style supply chain attacks.