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Artificial Intelligence
Why AI and ML are increasingly important for effective IT security
ML offers much better capabilities than humans can deliver when it comes to recognising and predicting certain types of patterns.
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Privileged Access Management / PAM
Pulse Secure launches new access management and threat mitigation features
Pulse Secure aims to enable enterprise and service provider organisations to progress Zero Trust security and mitigate hybrid IT risks.
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Phishing
One Identity: How to mitigate the risks of spearphishing
Targeting one company rather than casting a wide net allows threat actors to take a more sophisticated approach.
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BYOD / Bring Your Own Device
Opinion: BYOD can be secure with the right measures
Companies that embrace BYOD are giving employees more freedom to work remotely, resulting in increased productivity, cost savings, and talent retention.
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UEBA
The cyber kill chain: Moving laterally in Active Directory
Using different techniques, attackers move laterally through the network, gaining more and more privileged access until they gain entry to their target domain controllers.
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UEBA
Micro Focus acquires Interset to improve predictive analytics
Interset utilises user and entity behavioural analytics (UEBA) and machine learning to give security professionals what they need to execute threat detection analysis.
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Ransomware
Businesses focusing on threats from within - survey
Over 50% of respondents reported that 100 days of dwell time or more was representative of their organisation.
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Malware
Exclusive: Fileless malware driving uptake of behavioural analytics
Fileless malware often finds its way into organisations via web browsers (or in combination with other vectors such as infected USB drives).
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GDPR
The five-step guide to securing data in the cloud - IDC
This is especially important with the implementation of privacy regulations such as GDPR.
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SD-WAN
Interview: Aruba’s NZ country manager talks channel strategy
“What we're taking to market is that message around simplification and having everything in one place.”
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Network Security
Bitdefender expands offerings with RedSocks acquisition
RedSocks provides non-intrusive, real-time breach detection solutions and incident response services.
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UEBA
ManageEngine adds user behaviour analytics to ADAudit Plus
With its dynamic alert thresholds, ADAudit Plus reduces the number of false positives and buys ample time for security teams to focus on the real indicators of compromise.
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UEBA
Securonix and Cylance partner to drive end-to-end security offering
The two products will provide security operations centre (SOC) teams with a view of both cloud and endpoint security events.
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UEBA
CrowdStrike and Secureworks partner to integrate UEBA and endpoint protection platform
When the joint offering becomes generally available, both Secureworks and CrowdStrike customers will have access from additional countermeasures driven by the integration.
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Artificial Intelligence
Aus companies must build security expertise to develop cyber resilience
Are Australian organisations making the right investments in their operations when it comes to security?
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UEBA
Interview: Aruba's new security offering, changing partner ecosystem
Hewlett Packard-owned network infrastructure provider Aruba has announced a stronger focus on user experience and cloud enablement.
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Partner Programme
Secureworks opens up proprietary UEBA through partner programme
With the launch of its Red Cloak Partner Program, Secureworks will engage in a more transparent exchange of raw data with participating vendors.
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UEBA
APJ customers don’t really trust companies with their data - report
40% of APJ business executives surveyed admitted to selling consumer data.
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Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
Exclusive: How AI and quantum computing are changing cybersecurity
New technologies have a way of impacting existing industries in unexpected ways.