Ransomware modifications double year-on-year in Q2 2019 - Kaspersky
According to Kaspersky data, 232,292 unique users were targeted by such attacks – 46% more than a year ago, in Q2 2018 (158,921).
BitSight announces enterprise analytics to help security leaders manage risk
Security teams spend 25% of their time chasing false positives
Venafi announces guarantee for no certificate-related outages
OutSystems gains new certifications for cloud security compliance
Kaspersky opens first Transparency Center in APAC
Cohesity launches new vulnerability scan using backup data
Jamf extends Apple expertise through security firm buyout
IT and Apple specialist firm Jamf has acquired Mac-focused endpoint security provider Digita Security.
Rubrik enters data governance and disaster recovery orchestration market
Sonar addresses the intensifying risk of data privacy breaches and compliance penalties by applying machine learning to discover sensitive data.
Keysight solution helps prevent cyber-attacks on connected vehicles
Potential issues identified post-production, with the risk of recalls, cost orders of magnitude more to repair than when found during pre-deployment testing.
Nintex bolstered by independent security report
Nintex Workflow Cloud’s security controls are up to scratch, with not one single instance where a security control wasn’t working, or not in place.
Successful threat hunting requires curation & collaboration
Many organizations already have the technology required for threat hunting, with SIEMs and threat intelligence a starting point.
DDoS attacks on the rise despite taking a summer break
“Traditionally, troublemakers who conduct DDoS attacks for fun go on holiday during the summer and give up their activity until September."
New research highlights third party risks facing organisations
modern risk management must account for ongoing changes in third-party relationships and mitigate risks in an iterative way — that is, on a continual basis, rather than at specified intervals."
Fortinet integrates security fabric with Alibaba Cloud
The combination of technologies will provide extended security visibility and control from the data center to the cloud.
Sophos report reveals barriers to cybersecurity preparedness in APJ
85% of APJ organisations believe the biggest challenge to their security in the next 24 months will be improving cybersecurity awareness and education among employees and leadership.
F5 Networks' BIG-IP load balancer product vulnerable to attack
Organisations that use F5 Networks BIG-IP load balancer should immediately check their configurations to ensure they are protected from potentially serious security issues.
Understanding VMware in just 4 minutes
We look at the companies history and key technology solutions.
SolarWinds announces updates to web performance monitoring products
With the improved functionalities, technology professionals managing every type of environment can monitor website availability and performance.
The fascinating way Microsoft is making a social impact
Microsoft is upending how tech companies approach the not-for-profit, NGO and charity sector with a revolutionary new approach
Genetec shows impressive growth, says IHS Markit
IHS has named Genetec one of the fastest-growing access control software manufacturers in the world, according to the latest IHS Report.
Broadcom set to own Symantec’s enterprise security business for $10.7B
"M&A has played a central role in Broadcom's growth strategy and this transaction represents the next logical step in our strategy following our acquisitions of Brocade and CA Technologies," says Broadcom CEO
67b emails rejected due to 'highly malicious attack techniques'
Out of 160 billion emails analysed, 42% were rejected.
Microsoft and CyberArk lead GlobalData identity management theme
Both companies gained the highest score for the identity management theme in GlobalData’s Thematic Scorecard for the security software sector.
ESET: Ignoring human element in cyber safety a mistake
"We believe that when employees are aware of their potential blindspots, they are naturally more invested and better prepared to be wary of things that may not seem quite right."
More than half of personal data breaches caused by human error
"The biggest cause of breaches remains the fallibility of people and an inherent inability of employees to send emails to the right person."