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Organisations feeling inadequate against cyber threats, survey finds
"Adopting a holistic mindset is the only effective way to manage all the various types of cybersecurity threats."
Aon launches cyber risk management solution in Australia
CyQu is a software-driven assessment tool designed to rapidly evaluate an enterprise’s cybersecurity profile.
Risk management: Are CTOs setting the wrong priorities?
According to the survey, managers don’t allocate enough resources and have insufficient skills to effectively manage risks at their organisations.
Are businesses spoiled for choice when it comes to their security options?
"Businesses need to understand which of the myriad available solutions will deliver real results."
IT spread in organisations good for business, bad for security
Tech spend outside IT department creates opportunities, but increases security and consumer trust risks, finds world’s largest tech leadership survey.
Radiflow launches OT MSSP partner programme
The company provides a framework for MSSPs to offer new OT cybersecurity services.
Organisations spending more as cyberattacks increase
"Despite our remote location, Australia has not escaped the impact of some major global ransomware attacks in the last 12 months, with many businesses falling victim."
Is it possible to enjoy container agility and be secure?
In line with ever-changing demands on IT, containers are exploding in popularity and look set to become the preferred method for deploying applications.
ReFirm Labs launches partner programme
It offers revenue share tiers and incentive programs for its IoT security platform, helping MSSPs and resellers expand customer reach.
Kaspersky rebrands, unveils new logo
The two-decade-old company says it has moved beyond the antivirus laboratory to having an advanced and comprehensive portfolio
Insight Partners snatches up Recorded Future for $780m
“This transaction is the logical next step for Recorded Future given the opportunities in front of us, as we fully realize the potential and vision of our strategy."
Why one in three CEOs would fire the person responsible for a breach - Nominet
The research surveyed more than 400 C-suite executives from enterprises.
Security breaches of great concern to consumers
“These findings show many people are seeing the damage of cyber crime or identity theft firsthand.”
Huawei calls on the US to adjust its approach to cybersecurity
"There is no gun, no smoke. Only speculation.”
MSPs making the shift to strategic advisors
To better capture managed services revenue, MSPs are expanding their portfolios with services they might not traditionally think to offer.
MistNet raises $7m funding windfall for edge security
MistNet aims to provide threat visibility on desktop, data center, public cloud, or IoT environments.
SolarWinds launches new SIEM offering
“While security itself is complex, a SIEM tool does not have to be complicated to be effective.”
Chillisoft rounds out portfolio with file integrity vendor
Tripwire is the fourth vendor for Chillisoft in six months, adding critical security controls, vulnerability management and file integrity monitoring.
ESET researchers break down latest arsenal of the infamous Sednit group
At the end of August 2018, the Sednit group launched a spear-phishing email campaign, in which it distributed shortened URLs that delivered first-stage Zebrocy components.
Container survey shows adoption accelerating while security concerns remain top of mind
The report features insights from over 500 IT professionals.
Google 'will do better' after G Suite passwords exposed since 2005
Fourteen years is a long time for sensitive information like usernames and passwords to be sitting ducks, unencrypted and at risk of theft and corruption.
Agility or risk? The security pain points causing tension in business
There’s tension in the workplace for businesses – and it’s all to do with the tradeoff between flexible working and cybersecurity.
What NZ can learn from the Baltimore cyberattack
“Businesses must control physical access to their computers and secure their networks."
General staff don’t get tech jargon - expert says time to ditch it
There's a serious gap between IT pros and general staff, and this expert says it's on the people in IT to bridge it.