cyber-security

Verizon steps up cyber fight with new Threat Intelligence Platform service

Verizon had launched a new subscription-based offering, dubbed Threat Intelligence Platform Service, which aims to enable customers to better hunt and confront cyber threats head-on. The service combines cyber-threat intelligence from Verizon’s 11-year Data Breach Investigations Report series with cyber-situational awareness from the telco’s Threat…

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Kiwi roundup: 5G, rural broadband acceleration and cybersecurity expansion

Cisco becomes first collaborator in Spark 5G innovation hub Spark has announced that Cisco is the first of several collaborators it will be working with to prepare and test the parameters for a Kiwi 5G network as it aims to help Kiwi businesses “win big…


NetEvents San Jose 2018: AI, automation, security and the weaponisation of IT

Heather Wright was in San Jose as a guest of NetEvents AI, automation, security and the weaponisation of IT tools dominated the conversation at last week’s NetEvent’s conference in San Jose. So what were some of the key takeaways? AI: cybersecurity – hero or villain?…


AI-DRIVEN AUTONOMOUS SECURITY OPS CENTRE PLATFORM MOVES SECURITY BEYOND SIEM

Heather Wright was in San Jose as a guest of NetEvents As security analysts become increasingly overburdened by the volume of alerts coming in from multiple cybersecurity systems, one startup has developed an AI-powered autonomous security ops platform to streamline the process while retaining the…


HOT STARTUPS AND INNOVATION LEADERS HONOURED IN NETEVENTS AWARDS

Heather Wright is in San Jose as a guest of NetEvents A real-time artificial intelligence transcription service and a cybersecurity offering designed to prevent ‘human-centric attacks’ were among the winners at NetEvent’s IoT, Cloud and Cybersecurity Innovation Awards held in San Jose this evening. The…


Mimecast urges ‘cyber resilience’ as study shows incumbent email security missing known malware

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’ rather than just email security….


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