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Tufin shares 5 common network security pitfalls among organisations
There are several common pitfalls that businesses can fall foul of when implementing their security policies - here's five of the most prominent.
Microsoft unleashes broad range of security features & partnerships at RSA Conference
Secure microcontrollers, 365 commercial cloud, advanced threat protection tools; and stronger partnerships are all top-of-mind for Microsoft.
Ingram Micro Australia to distribute Northbridge Secure's remote access products
“By adopting a distribution model with Ingram Micro we believe that we will be able to better collaborate with the channel community."
With the GDPR clock ticking, how ready is your organisation?
With only weeks to go before the European Union’s new GDPR regulations come into force, many Australian organisations are still scrambling.
The importance of MSPs for cybersecurity
As the importance of security rises, SMBs will need to find a way to keep their organisations safe. Suhail Ismail thinks MSPs are the key.
Interview: assessing the fundamentals of a world-class data centre
We sat down with Polaris' Adam Gibson to learn about where data centres need to be delivering value for clients.
The Internet of Broken Things? Seven key facts about IoT
While most ransomware attacks currently infiltrate an organisation via email, IoT presents a new delivery system for both mass and targeted attacks.
Spark evolves into enterprise security provider overnight
"Security is a beast not to be tackled alone.”
Web Werks continues expansion of data center infrastructure in India
Web Werks continues to enhance their data center infrastructure in order to provide a secure IT environment.
Interview: Microsoft's Steve Guggenheimer explores AI in security
"It is too early to do everything with AI and too late to do nothing. Find a security area to work on where you think AI can help and get started.”
It's up to the shareholders: Thales launches offer to acquire Gemalto
Thales and Gemalto are readying themselves for a merger that may well create a world leader in digital security.
Cofense to bring phishing’s meteoric rise back down to earth
Formerly PhishMe, Cofense is on a mission to stamp out phishing and is celebrating its rebranding by offering you FREE party packs.
Why IT teams need to take control of healthcare's physical security tech
An ill patient collapses in a hallway but there’s nobody there to help. Could CCTV have alerted somebody to what happened?
How Google secured more than two billion Android devices
Despite all of the breaches across platforms last year Google remains optimistic about their security progress.
Is there an answer for soaring numbers of cyberbullying cases?
In the wake of the mass digitisation taking homes by storm, cyberbullying and online harassment has accelerated 60 percent with no signs of slowing.
Google to follow Facebook's lead on banning cryptocurrency ads
From June 2018 Google users may not see so many advertisements for cryptocurrencies and related content.
Asia Pacific countries are a melting pot of cyber threats
APAC was also the region affected by the highest number of threats in most recorded categories including online banking malware.
Security experts demonstrate that ransomware attacks on robots are possible
“Possible malicious behavior on an infected robot includes complete interruptions in service, the use of curse words, even doing violent movements."
Anti-tracking browser extension Ghostery goes open source
“Only when individuals clearly understand what data digital products are collecting they can make meaningful decisions about what they're sharing.
This camera’s easy installation is revolutionising security
The LightCam easily twists into any light socket with no wires, batteries, or mandatory monthly fees.
Why are on-premise data centers a thing of the past?
In the data center industry, the only thing that’s certain is change.
Haier to launch all-scenario smart home solution
The solution was designed to connect an entire household into one system.
Six simple tips to staying safe online
Companies often think they’re too small or insignificant to be a target for cybercriminals but every business is a potential target.
New rapid voice cloning tech could spell end for voice authentication
Baidu unveiled a new system that can clone your voice using just 3.7 seconds of audio, a scary thought in the era of voice biometric authentication.