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Blurred lines: How counterinsurgent strategies apply to threat hunting
Successful counterinsurgency operations depend on thoroughly understanding the environments in which they are being conducted.
Finding the right MSSP for your business: A buyer's guide
Security. It’s the supporting backbone of every business but it can often feel like an uphill struggle for internal security teams.
Symantec opens India Security Operations Center to support Asia Pacific
Symantec has opened the doors to its new Security Operations Center (SOC) in Chennai, India.
GCSB recognised for 'building trust & confidence' at IPANZ Awards
“I hope this award helps to further demonstrate a significant turnaround in how the work of the Bureau is perceived and I am hugely proud of that."
Look before you leap: How to select the best SIEM for your business
You don’t have to venture far into cybersecurity solutions to come across the word ‘SIEM’, or Security Information and Event Management.
CSA strikes another partnership to strengthen Singapore's threat intelligence
"FS-ISAC has made much progress in this area. We look forward to our partnership to address pressing cybersecurity issues together."
Adopt a cyber attacker’s point of view to protect data
The ISACA and SecurityScorecard paper provides 11 key questions to ask to implement continuous assurance related to threat understanding.
Domain Name Commission & CERT NZ to share information about .nz cyber threats
The two agencies have agreed to share certain domain registration information so that they can ‘enhance’ cybersecurity in New Zealand.
Interview: RSA Security decodes digital fraud and its effects on APAC
"My greatest fears are emerging fintech and cryptocurrency companies that may have a less mature approach to third party consumer fraud."
GCSB expands 'Malware-Free Networks' initiative after successful pilot with Vodafone
The Malware-Free Networks initiative was developed as part of the CORTEX initiative to build on malware detection capability provided by ISPs.
Cybersecurity guidance for board members: how to tell if your organisation is a breach target
Cybersecurity is no longer just an IT issue, leadership from the board has never been higher or a more pressing priority.
ThreatQuotient appoints ex-Cisco security sales chief to lead APAC expansion
ThreatQuotient has chosen Australia as its Asia pacific base. Former Cisco security sales chief Anthony Stitt will lead operations.
Organisations in Asia uncovering potential of advanced cybersecurity services
Companies in Asia are moving beyond compliance requirements to see value in threat intelligence, network AI behavior and phishing susceptibility.
emt Distribution appointed as ThreatConnect’s first A/NZ distie
The deal means resellers will now be able to offer ThreatConnect's complete threat intelligence platform to end-customers.
Illumio & Qualys combine forces to offer vulnerability threat mapping
Illumio and Qualys are joining forces to combine threat data and application dependency mapping to show potential cyber attack paths in real time.
CERT NZ partners with Orange Business Services on comprehensive threat intelligence
"Leveraging our expertise at Orange Cyberdefense, our work with CERT NZ underscores our commitment to build a trusted & resilient cyber environment."
SonicWall supersizes threat protection with new Capture Cloud Platform
Winning the cyber arms race requires a consistent, agile, reputable stream of real-time cyber threat intelligence, explains SonicWall CEO Bill Conner.
Carbon Black launches tech partner program to improve collective security defences
Carbon Black has launched a new technology partner program that is designed to improve cybersecurity through collective defence.
iJET International expands 24/7 risk management to APAC through Singapore base
iJet International has extended its 24/7 risk management coverage across the Asia Pacific region.
Not quick enough: Most firms can't detect or contain a breach within one hour
Fewer than half of all organisations are able to detect a ‘major’ cybersecurity incident within one hour.
Sydney's Joint Cyber Security Centre opens in Darling Park
Sydney is now home to Australia’s newest Joint Cyber Security Centre (JCSC), which was officially opened this week by Angus Taylor.
NSW Auditor-General uncovers State's inconsistent approach to cybersecurity
“The NSW Government needs to establish a clear whole-of-government responsibility for cybersecurity that is appropriately resourced."
Blueliv makes plea for cybercrime intelligence sharing across industries
With malware continually evolving, Blueliv says it's crucial that the 'good guys' begin to collaborate in the fight against cybercrime.
Anti-phishing software integrates with SIEMs to secure the enterprise
Research has found that ransomware accounts for over 97% of all phishing emails in 2016.