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Exclusive: Five steps to a data-centric security strategy
Digital Guardian EMEA VP and GM discusses the modern network and how IT teams can deal with data no longer being confined to four walls.
ExtraHop Reveal(x) brings cutting-edge AI to network security analytics
ExtraHop took a different approach to its Reveal(x) solution than what you’d generally find in solutions from other security firms.
Android apps can track network connections - is it time to use a VPN?
“Apps can monitor network activity even without requesting any sensitive permissions."
IoT device security is a business responsibility, too
"It's essential to carefully consider security when implementing IoT devices and to not trust that security will be managed by the vendor."
Why your organisation now needs to worry about IPv6 attacks
Evidence suggests that IPv6 attacks are escalating, here's how to protect your organisation.
Five steps to ensure persistent data security across your network
Gaps are starting to appear in perimeter defences, which can be exploited by hackers or malware to steal information and personal data.
Why mandating strong cybersecurity for your remote workforce matters
Employees who use unprotected public or home internet connections are putting their organisation, networks, assets, and intellectual property at risk.
Why Australian businesses must secure guest access and IoT devices
Everyone, including third parties, must comply with company security policies and practices."
Lack of network firewall visibility causing Australian IT managers to fly blind
Network firewalls may be overrated and underperforming – Australian IT managers can’t identify 41% of their organisation's network traffic.
A/NZ firms must reconsider their approach to airgapped networks, US security expert warns
A US security expert is warning New Zealand and Australian organisations that traditional ‘airgap’ solutions are not the best approach.
China Unicom deploys one of the world's largest DDoS protection systems
China Unicom is building its biggest DDoS protection and mitigation system ever with the help of Taiwan-based network security firm Genie Networks.
Skybox Security snaps up former Commvault executive to accelerate APAC market push
Gerry Sillars will form the cornerstone of Skybox’s APAC operations as he focuses on expanding the company’s strong growth from 2017.
What cyber security needs to go beyond the network
Forward thinking companies are going beyond penetration testing to employ a more holistic approach to cyber security.
Warbiking tour reveals the Aussie city with stellar WiFi security
Only 6% of this city's access points were using no network security at all. But which city is it?
Melbourne's Holmesglen Institute to offer Fortinet Network Security Academy training
"Holmesglen has an impeccable reputation for training excellence, and we hope to continually grow such strong partnerships in the region.”
Endace onboards network security firm Idappcom as new tech partner
As part of the agreement, Idappcom has developed a SNORT-based, scalable threat management solution for the EndaceProbe Network Analytics Platform.
NetWireless cuts network risk down to size with free network audit
WiFi and wireless networks are dangerous, but they’re also an inherent part of your devices, network and your employees’ mobility.
CASE STUDY: Aruba secures Italy’s largest commercial data centre with Honeywell
“The Honeywell solution plays a major role in providing the protection we require, hence we are delighted to have Honeywell as a key partner."
The five key elements of closed-loop network security
Why CISOs must adopt a closed-loop approach to network security.
OceanLotus Group thought to be targeting ASEAN nations on behalf of Vietnam
The OceanLotus Group, also known as APT 32, may be on the hunt for targets in ASEAN nations and acting on behalf of Vietnam state interests.
Global Telecoms Awards recognizes importance of 'signalling security'
“Over the last couple of years, we have seen more and more operators recognise the importance of securing their signalling network."
KRACK vs Secure WiFi: What your clients need to know
Ingram Micro de-mystifies KRACK and offers concrete advice to keep your client’s WiFi networks safe and secure.
Sophos targets unknown application traffic through new firewall offering
IT professionals are concerned about the security risks associated with unknown application traffic.
How to simplify your network's security through one platform
Why buy standalone products when what you really need is integration?