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Dimension Data's four simple tips for smart cybersecurity
Dimension Data New Zealand's CEO Jo Healey provided some simple tips for New Zealand businesses and the need to remain cybersecure.
How to handle multiple devices and passwords at once
It seems that for every work device you use, you have a personal alternative. But this means having twice as many gadgets & security concerns.
How to be the cat - not the mouse - in the fight against zero-day malware
Zero-day malware mutations can spell disaster for networks, as they can often get in completely undetected by traditional security protection.
Unisys keeps operations local in Asia Pacific with new security experts
Unisys is reaffirming its commitment to the Asia Pacific region, with the appointment of three new security experts covering design, sales & delivery.
Threat fatigue and the failure of cybersecurity
We already find anger and frustration with users when security teams become “Dr. No” to every project because of the security controls required.
Shape Security looks to Asia after HPE Pathfinder $40M Series D funding
Shape Security has not only secured $40 million in Series D funding through Hewlett Packard Pathfinder, but it’s also focusing on the APAC market.
Palo Alto Networks' three top tips for cybersecurity success
Organisations need to take a prevention-first mindset through three key elements: Technology, people and processes and threat intelligence.
Unit 42 discovers Komplex trojan targeting OS X systems
The Sofacy Group is still coming up with new trojans, with Unit 42 researchers reporting that an OS X trojan called 'Komplex' is now on the scene.
Palo Alto Networks launches new cybersecurity guide for Australian execs
Palo Alto Networks is taking the cybersecurity fight to print as the company recently published its first book for Australian boards & executives.
Bitdefender keeps ahead of the race with new cybersecurity tools
Bitdefender 2017 will be launched for Windows, Mac & Android devices, with a number of new features including a cloud and machine learning algorithms.
Artificial intelligence: Leveraging machines to dissect ransomware DNA
Ransomware seems to be able to trick even the most cautious humans. Enter artificial intelligence.
FirstWave offers new umbrella solutions for advanced persistent threats
FirstWave aims to offer a broader range of cyber security services for customers, incorporating Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) defence umbrella.
Webroot tackles IoT explosion with CyberFlow Analytics acquisition
“The acquisition enhances Webroot’s ability to address the ‘explosion’ of internet-connected devices and an increasingly complex threat landscape."
Trend Micro tackles ransomware threat with new software
"As technology and cybercrime continue to evolve, so do the security threats that come with it."
HPE launches solutions for 'fearless' innovation and security
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is focusing on 'simplicity' and 'effectiveness' in its new line of solutions designed to increase intelligent security.
Mimecast's cybersecurity outlook hones directly in on the ANZ market
Interview: Mimecast has been in a flurry of channel & customer activity since its announcement that it will be expanding its presence into Australia.
Avaya's new solution looks to help combat cybercrime
The main challenge for small and midsize businesses is to keep up with the growing and ever-changing cybersecurity threats.
Ruthless cybercriminals are blackmailing & recruiting telecom 'insiders'
"If vacancies carrying your company name or data, start appearing on underground message boards, then somebody, somewhere has you in their sights."
New investigative tool helps Kiwi businesses uncover cyber crime
“Companies frequently know when they have a problem – people’s instincts are usually correct."
EXPERT INSIGHTS: Why every endpoint is a potential entry point
As the number of endpoints and applications within the enterprise grow exponentially, so too do the threats.
ThreatMetrix makes a strategic move on Asia Pacific
“In APAC, we’re committed to helping businesses improve their competitive positioning by elevating the customer experience of the digital consumer.
Kiwi insurance firm builds cybercrime fighting army
“Businesses need to be clear that cyber security is not just about IT triage."
Online buyers beware: Rio Olympics 'ideal' for cybercrims
"The 2016 Rio Olympics are ideal targets for fraudsters and cybercriminals. Those seeking tickets online should be taking appropriate precautions."
Careful with your fingers: Hackers can steal everything you type
Earlier this year, security firm Bastille found that millions of cheap keyboard and mouse dongles let hackers inject keystrokes onto your machine.