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BYOD: A new security paradigm
BYOD presents new security challenges for customers says Jeff Arndt, Symantec director, partners and alliances, Pacific region.
Overcoming objections and positioning the value
Selling security often requires resellers to overcome prospective customers’ objections and misconceptions. Michael Dowling, AGV AU/NZ corporate sales director, suggests some ways to best handle your clients.
CheckPoint’s security evangelism
Security vendor Check Point brought its annual conference, Check Point Experience, to the South Pacific for the first time in September. Mike Borgfeldt flew to Sydney to take a look.
Belgian co’s combine on mobile security
Vasco and Option have combined their products to introduce a new authentication solution, Cloudkey.
Check Point Experience 2011: Roadmap
Check Point took the opportunity to outline a few of the initiatives the company will be implementing in the next few months.
What does security mean to you?
As a business person, you shouldn’t really know too much about the technical side of security. It is a highly specialised field, best left to the experts.
WatchGuard Rewards Partners with V8 High Performance Race Day
Rev 'em up: The V8 Holdens come out for WatchGuard's partner incentive.
Check Point's top ten
Check Point security seminars to be held in Auckland and Wellington.
New focus for internet law partnership
According to InternetNZ chief executive Vikram Kumar, the time has come for the partnership to change tack.
LulzSec claims an end to hacking campaign
One LulzSec member said over a Skype interview that the dissolution due to boredom, not FBI.
BitDefender adds cloud security service
Mobile Security BETA now using real-time URL scanning. It is free to download.
Kiwi tech co wins US security industry award
Dunedin-based Tracplus Global was awarded top honours in the First Responder category at The Security Summit in San Diego, California.
Best security practices
Symantec shares 12 best security practices to keep you save on the internet.
Six things not to reveal on Facebook
6 tips to help you stay safe online. Here's what not to share on Facebook.
10 social media do's & dont's
Check out our 10 social media do's & dont's - your security and your privacy depend on it.
Seven Steps To Password Perfection
These smart safety tips are courtesy of AVG. Ps. NEVER tick the remember password box.
Stay secure online when travelling
Keep your travel plans to yourself; don’t post them on social networks. You’re telling criminals, "I’m away, burgle me!”
Trust, but verify. This approach builds trust over time through regular and mutual verification.
Small business feels security pinch
Increased threats from cyber attacks, lost devices and loss of confidential or proprietary data are now being felt by small to medium-sized businesses, which cite protecting their information as their highest priority.
WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
We all know that the internet can be a dangerous place. Follow these 5 tips, and you’ll be a whole lot more secure online.
New Security Lessons for Youngsters
Designed for children, the Hector's World resources offer basic computer security skills.
SharePoint vulnerability patch incoming
The problem was identified on April 29th and Microsoft has since been working on a fix.
Sophos strengthens data protection strategy
SafeGuard Enterprise 5.50 is a multi-layered endpoint data security encryption and data leakage prevention solution.
Hackers likened to drug dealers
Today’s cyber warriors are still focused on stopping bad guys at the gates and continue to lose the hacking war.