Denver based identity security specialist Ping Identity has identified a key trend around rapidly increasing adoption of Zero Login, a type of end-use authentication using a combination of trusted devices, biometrics, and behavioural and contextual signals. According to Ping Identity APAC… Read More ›
Ransomware rules the cybercrime world – perhaps because ransomware attacks are often successful and financially remunerative for criminals. Ransomware features prominently in Verizon’s fresh-off-the-press 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR). As the report says, although ransomware is still a relatively… Read More ›
BlackBerry Enterprise VP Shantanu Srivastava has warned that ransomware and other types of attacks will continue to expand and become more sophisticated, leaving crucial sectors such as healthcare at greater risk. “Healthcare is the sector where the consequences of a… Read More ›
Offering a targeted seamless Cyber Security, Threat Intelligence software-as-a-service platform has been crucial to Apvera’s growth in the financial services industry (FSI) across the Asia-Pacific region. Speaking to Telecom Times. Apvera sales VP Doug Farndale said the firm – which launched in 2014 – had… Read More ›
Centrify has announced an industry-first high tech leadership campaign, aimed at securig the voting public during the 2018 US midterm congressional elections. Centrify is offering to provide US state, county, and city Election Boards and officials with the protection of… Read More ›
Women remain woefully underrepresented in Australian industry in general, and science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields in particular. Women comprise 46.2 per cent of all employees in Australia but only 28-31 per cent of workers in the technology industry… Read More ›
Seattle-based network security specialist WatchGuard Technologies has announced its ANZ 2017 Partners of the Year at the company’s annual partner conference the Outrigger Laguna Phuket Beach Resort. The firm said its 2017 Partner Awards recognised channel partners whic met or… Read More ›
New data released by Sophos has found that large numbers of Australian IT managers are ‘flyingblind’ and unable to identify 41 per cent of their organization’s network traffic, raising serious security, productivity and legal concerns. The firm’s global The Dirty Secrets of Network Firewalls study… Read More ›
Ransomware may have faded from the headlines this year, but it remains a big problem for businesses across Australia and New Zealand – with cryptocurrencies bolstering the malware’s popularity. That’s the message from WatchGuard Technologies ANZ regional director Mark Sinclair,… Read More ›
A new study from Mimecast shows incumbent email security systems are missing known malware – which should be among the easiest to identify – with the email and data security company warning that ANZ businesses should focus on ‘cyber resilience’… Read More ›
Centrify is extending its Zero Trust Security platform to DevOps environments, to ensure that security is a core element of development and operations environments, rather than just an afterthought.
F5 Networks has launched a new advanced firewall offering for comprehensive application protection.
Microsoft is the first global cloud provider to be awarded a Certification for Protected data in Australia. Specifically, Microsoft Azure and Office 365 were approved for the certification by the Australian Signals Directorate and to be included in the Certified Cloud… Read More ›
Worldwide malware attacks are up by 33 per cent, with cyber criminals increasingly using Microsoft Office documents to deliver malicious payloads, according to new data released by Seattle-based network security specialist WatchGuard Technologies.
US endpoint security specialist Carbon Black has launched a new integration network, aimed at delivering stronger cyber security via open APIs.
A focus on technology alone will not enable organizations to adequately address the growing threat of cyber attacks, says Bret Hartman, VP and CTO, Security Business Group at Cisco Systems.
Macquarie Government MD Aidan Tudehope has welcomed the passing in the Australian federal government of the Security of Critical Infrastructure (Consequential and Transitional Provisions) Bill 2018.