Threat Protection stories
Check Point launches Quantum Force firewall series for advanced security
Check Point Software Technologies has unveiled Quantum Force, a series of ten high-performance AI-powered firewalls offering up to 1 Tbps of threat prevention.
Fortinet unveils rugged, compact device for harsh locations with 5G support
Fortinet introduces the robust FortiGate Rugged 70G with a 5G Dual Modem, engineered for harsh environments and offering top-tier AI-powered security and advanced networking capabilities, noting potential for remote ATM services.
SentinelOne discovers new macOS malware threatening software integrity
SentinelOne threat researchers identify malware macOS.Bkdr.Activator, spreading via illicitly modified versions of popular software, potentially threatening macOS users at an extensive scale.
Integrity360 expands Microsoft security services across Europe
Cybersecurity firm Integrity360 bolsters its Microsoft security services across Europe, catering to 75% of businesses.
Fortinet releases next-gen firewall, Pay-as-You-Grow model
Fortinet launches FortiGate 6001F Next-Gen Firewall, offering a scalable, cost-effective solution for modern data centre security needs.
Proofpoint acquires Tessian to bolster AI-driven cybersecurity defences
Proofpoint finalises acquisition of AI-leader Tessian, planning to enhance their cybersecurity platform by 2024.
Cisco unveils digital acceleration tools for Asia-Pacific SMBs
Cisco unveils tailored security and networking solutions, aiding digital acceleration of Asia-Pacific’s SMBs.
Camelot Secure welcomes Maxwell Carroll as Chief of Threat Intelligence
Camelot Secure appoints cybersecurity expert and ex-army veteran, Maxwell Carroll, as Chief of Threat Intelligence, increasing its resilience against mutable cyber threats.
Cisco launches new networking and security products for Asian SMBs
Cisco presents cutting-edge network and security products for Asia-Pacific small and medium businesses, promising simplified management and speedy digitisation.
Australia's six cyber shields: Will data science be seventh?
The potential addition of a seventh shield powered by data science could be the pivotal move that elevates Australia to a top-tier cyber nation by 2030.
Why you should create a physical security standard for your company
By bridging the gap between cyber and physical defence, organisations are better equipped to face an ever-evolving threat landscape.
Egress & CrowdStrike unite to manage human risk in email systems
Egress joins forces with CrowdStrike for enhanced management of human risk in cloud email systems, bolstering cybersecurity measures.
NCSC report reveals heightened financially motivated cybercrime in NZ
NCSC reports a rise in financially motivated cybercrime, surpassing state-sponsored activities, with ransomware causing significant costs and recovery efforts.
Arctic Wolf to acquire Revelstoke for next-gen security operations boost
Arctic Wolf plans to acquire Revelstoke to enhance its threat detections and response actions, expanding its capabilities and decreasing cyber risk.
A full breakdown of Okta’s new AI features and functionality
With one new product and a series of enhancements, the announcements share the common focus of enabling Identity strategies and implementation.
Unmasking cyber criminals: The power of privileged identities
Threat actors now realise it’s more effective, faster, and cheaper to steal credentials and log in than trying to hack through technical controls.
Should Australian CISOs be wary of creeping confidence?
Only 53% of Australian businesses feel at risk of a cyber attack in the next year, according to a Proofpoint survey.
Versa earns unified communications product of the year award
Versa SASE was recognized for integrated secure SD-WAN, secure web gateway, cloud access security broker, zero trust, and network firewalling.
How the channel can turn converged stacks into converged sales
Offering integrated cloud packages featuring your own services, is a fantastic opportunity for the channel says Trend Micro’s Indi Siriniwasa.