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Identity access management: More than just security
Identity and access management isn’t just about security; instead organisations are looking to IAM to help transform customer engagement.
Practical tips to keep yourself safe from cybercriminals
With cybercriminals always looking for new ways to scam consumers and Kiwis increasingly shopping online, Mastercard offers up some safety tips.
Employees ignoring cyber risks a growing trend
There is a growing disconnect between employee awareness of cyber threats and their actions, with many workers engaging in risky behaviour.
Vodafone selects CyberArk for privileged accounts
The telco has selected CyberArk to ensure that its privileged accounts are highly secure while enabling full management of privileged credentials.
Fortinet: Old school security won’t do
Nearly a third of IT security professionals aren’t doing enough to prevent security incidents.
$2 trillion cybercrime bill for business by 2019
The cost of data breaches is expected to soar to $2 trillion globally by 2019 - and its not mobile or IoT that will be the source of most breaches...
Free enterprise security: Bargain or false economy?
A security expert is cautioning against entrusting enterprise security to free security products saying they are a false economy.
Microsoft details new browser's security
“With Edge, we want to fundamentally improve security over existing browsers and enable users to confidently experience the web from Windows."
Mobile app security offering comes to ANZ in Duo distie deal
Mobile app security distribution deal opens doors for ANZ resellers to gain extra revenue streams, and eases key security headache for enterprises.
Trio of trends changing security play
Changing vulnerabilities, a shift to IaaS and programmable APIs are changing the security landscape.
F5 Networks bolsters enterprise security services
In order to provide enterprises with better protection for their web applications, F5 Networks has released two key security developments.
DDoS attacks being used as a smoke screen
Hackers are using short-burst DDsS attacks to discover vulnerabilities to plan longer attacks.
Security appliances market still thriving in Australia
In 2014 the value for the Australian security appliance market reached $191 million and this is only set to grow, according to IDC.
Symantec to launch new channel programs in October
"The idea of us focusing on security has got the customers and partners excited."
Kaspersky launches security solution for small businesses
Kaspersky has released its latest edition of Kaspersky Small Office Security - a security solution designed for and targeted toward small businesses.
Fortinet ramps up Aus operations, looks to enterprise
New management, new headcount and renewed focus on key verticals as Fortinet aims high in Australian market.
Fortinet’s Kiwi team takes over Aussie
Record growth for Fortinet’s local business have seen the Kiwi management team put in charge of Aussie – but NZ won’t be forgotten.
Ovum: What the cyber security industry really needs
Vendors, providers, and investors are seeing growth in the energy around security, driving high demand for skilled professionals and collaboration.
Businesses need to educate themselves on cyber security
When attacks occur there are many victims and the ramifications can be long lasting. We are calling on all APAC organisations to become cyber aware.”
Cloud Distribution inks deal to target ANZ security market
“Channel partners have been looking for a cost effective solution like Lastline that leverages the power of the cloud."
Cloud security: What enterprises of today require
CipherCloud, the cloud visibility and data protection provider, has released market research focusing on top security requirements of businesses today
Cisco funds VoIP security research project
Cisco has partnered with a university in the United States to improve online communication security, including securing VoIP systems.
Taking security out of the server room
"Cybersecurity has moved out of the server room and into the board room, because security breaches increasingly impact C-level concerns."
The current threat landscape, according to Dell
"Hacks and attacks continue to occur, not because companies aren’t taking security measures, but because they aren’t taking the right ones."