Virsec news stories
Applying Aristotle’s ‘First Principles’ to revolutionise cybersecurity
As the techniques of hackers continue to evolve and become more complex, our approach to security needs an overhaul as well.
Four ways to secure cloud workloads and your crown jewels
Organisations need to understand what makes cloud workloads so vulnerable, how attacks play out and why adopting runtime protection is the best practice approach.
Virsec launches Deterministic Protection Platform to protect software workloads
DPP by Virsec protects server workloads across the entire runtime stack, eliminating false positives, when deployed on bare metal, virtual machines (VMs), containers, or in the cloud, the company states.
Virsec looks at next stage of growth with new exec appointment
Cybersecurity firm Virsec has appointed technology industry veteran Brian Marlier as its chief revenue officer to drive its next stage of growth.
New Microsoft Defender vulnerability should concern every enterprise - expert
A vulnerability found in Microsoft Defender released under Patch Tuesday is the most concerning.
Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday announcement 'alarming'
Microsoft today pushed software updates to plug security gaps in its Windows software and related products.
Virsec hits $137 million investment milestone after latest round
Virsec has received a $100 million Series C investment from a community of industry players and company builders. The completion of the round brings total funding in the company to $137 million.
US-based security firm Virsec expands reach in A/NZ markets
Former Palo Alto Networks staffers Rob Nobilo and Ben Burt have been appointed as A/NZ sales director and A/NZ regional technical services director, respectively.
Virsec, GHD partnership vows to defend world's critical infrastructure against cyber attacks
As part of their global partnership, Virsec and GHD will embark on a roadshow of Australia and New Zealand in July.