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How the future will blur the lines of authentication & identity management
According to Verizon’s 2017 Data Breach Investigation Report, 81% of hacking-related breaches leveraged stolen or weak passwords.
Interview: RSA on hoping for the best — and preparing for the worst
RSA’s Rui Ataide and Chris Thomas on the importance of breach preparation and a collaborative cybersecurity ecosystem.
RSA boosts solution portfolio as GDPR regulations approach
“GDPR translates cyber risk to a bottom-line business issue, which completely changes how businesses view their customers’ data.”
Half of IT executives want to detect in-progress attacks before it's too late
Almost half of IT executives want to detect an attack in progress while there’s still time to act.
Seven ways you can achieve complete network transparency
Business leaders want to be able to detect an attack in progress, but correlating datasets is the real challenge.
Why the cyber security field needs to take a leaf out of medicine’s book
Companies that have never written code in the last decade will be responsible for over a trillion lines of code in the next decade.
RSA, Splunk amongst leaders in Forrester Security Analytics Platforms report
Forrester Research has named the leaders of its Security Analytics Platforms Q1 2017 report, showcasing the most significant leaders in the area.
RSA introduces new Risk & Cybersecurity Practice as part of security suite
RSA is continuing to forge its way ahead in the cybersecurity space with the launch of its new Risk & Cybersecurity Practice.
Take a look back at cybersecurity in 2016 with SecurityBrief Australia
New threats, new malware, new attacks, new chaos and new ways to fight back: A look back at Australian cybersecurity in 2016.
It's 'business as usual' for RSA as it transitions through Dell-EMC merger
Interview: Antoine Le Tard speaks about 'business as usual' and RSA's continuing mission as the company becomes part of the new Dell Technologies.
Threat intelligence has a shelf life says security exec
“That means security teams need to be armed with great visibility and a variety of current sources of threat data to bring the attacks into view."
RSA celebrates success of APAC security conference
"Businesses now need to come up with stronger and all-encompassing strategies to keep their organisations’ data safe and secure."
74% of Asia-Pacific-Japan organisations face cybersecurity poverty
Seventy-four percent of APJ respondents are at 'significant' risk of cyber incidents, and 70% have had cyber breaches.
RSA security conference heads to Singapore
“Attendees can expect some of the world’s leading security minds who will deliver deep insights into cybersecurity issues we are currently facing."
Cyber risk appetites: How hungry is your organisation?
A new RSA report outlines new framework designed to create stronger cybersecurity objectives by calculating the impact risk has on an organisation.
Ask the experts: Unwrapping the Forrest Gump budget
"Budget 2016/17 is best described as the Forrest Gump Budget. And when the box was unwrapped, the Federal Government definitely did not disappoint."
Vendors battle for security endpoint real estate
"This lack of engagement at the business level will limit the revenue and revenue growth potential for many vendors."
New study shows CISOs not confident in their ability to protect
Cybersecurity professionals aren't confident in the ability of their teams to protect organisations beyond basic incidents according to a new report.
Can one security solution protect two very different people?
Picture two people from a large organisation. They have different needs and completely different levels of access to their network. Can it work?
The key to security helping the business: Identity
Managing security around identities, access and the governance to systems is critical to maintaining secure systems.
How to address authentication challenges with ever increasing user demand
In the age of complex web-based applications, unmanaged devices and an expanding global user base, it is more difficult to ensure security.
RSA relationship with Dicker Data moves to next level
“[We had a] very strong relationship with the ED team but the speed with which we built the relationship with the Dicker side is very, very pleasing."
Three ways security vendors should support the channel
Selling security requires vendor support. Michael Lee, RSA security evangelist, outlines what to look for in security vendor's partner programmes.
LG partners with RSA and Clubs NZ, debuts new TV ahead of Cricket World Cup
LG is providing access to a range of its premium TVs at not-for-proft rates to all registered RSAs and New Zealand Clubs, as a way to help Kiwis watch Cricket World Cup games.