Threat intelligence news stories - Page 2
Automotive Security Research Group selects ThreatQuotient
ThreatQuotient is throwing its weight behind the development of automotive cybersecurity, specifically threat intelligence sharing for automotive products.
Pandemic sees organisations of all sizes and industries invest in CTI
There is opportunity for organisations to better manage their cyber-threat intelligence for greater security and threat intelligence effectiveness by adopting the right tools and processes.
COVID-19 pandemic propels uptake of cyber threat intelligence
The COVID-19 pandemic is pushing organisations of all sizes to up their security game, for one implementing Cyber threat intelligence (CTI) programmes.
Anomali picks up pace on APJ expansion with exec appointment
Cybersecurity firm Anomali has appointed channel sales specialist Stree Naidu to lead its business across APJ.
MITRE ATT&CK: A holistic cyber approach
"For a CTI program to be effective, an organisation needs to have a good idea of the threats they are facing, combined with the assessment of the likelihood and impact such an incident would have."
IronNet expands Asia Pacific presence with new strategic partnership
“The combination of M.Tech’s extensive network in Asia Pacific and our unparalleled expertise in threat intelligence and detection will help more enterprises across the region to proactively identify and take down known and unknown threats before they happen.”
McAfee names ThreatQ innovation partner of the year
ThreatQuotient has been named McAfee Global Security Innovation Alliance Partner of the Year for the second consecutive year.
Cyber Security Cloud launches WafCharm on Microsoft Azure
Already available to more than one million Amazon AWS users around the world, this launch provides Azure users with AI operation of Web Application Firewall (WAF) rules, expanding WafCharms availability to 60% of the world's cloud users.
Kaspersky ICS CERT joins FIRST global threat intelligence forum
FIRST was founded in 1990, and its members come from 95 countries across Oceania, Asia, Europe, the Americas, and Africa.
Cybermerc launches AU cyber threat intelligence platform, AUSHIELD
So far Australian National University, Fortinet, Anomali, Elastic, Vault Cloud, and startups SecureStack and Countersight have joined the project.
ThreatQuotient & Infoblox integrate threat intelligence capabilities
“Together, our integration eases the consumption of threat intelligence from various internal and external sources to ensure that intelligence is accurate, relevant and timely to an organisation’s business.”
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Bitglass director on all things SASE
This is our second IT Jam with both Bitglass and Jonathan Andresen, who is the company's senior director of marketing.
Kaspersky identifies new banking malware targeting mobile users
"We recommend that financial institutions watch these threats closely, while improving their authentication processes, boosting anti-fraud technology and threat intelligence data, and trying to understand and mitigate all risks of this new mobile RAT family.”
Kaspersky brings threat intelligence to greater number of organisations
To make threat research available to a wider number of organisations, Kaspersky continues to develop new functions for its Threat Intelligence Portal.
Sektor to distribute CipherTrace crypto-intelligence solutions in APAC
Sektor will now distribute CipherTrace’s Investigate Suite and the CipherTrace Armada risk-scoring service.
Unified threat management
IBM Security completes industry first with updates to Cloud Pak for Security solution
"With these updates, we will be the first in the industry to bring together external threat intelligence and threat management alongside data security and identity."
Interview: How cyber hygiene supports security culture - ThreatQuotient
We spoke with ThreatQuotient’s APJC regional director Anthony Stitt to dig deeper into cyber hygiene, security culture, threat intelligence, and the tools that support them.
Organisations already have the threat intelligence they need, finding it and actioning it is another question
Many organisations steer towards relying upon external threat intelligence feeds, though this has limitations because even if you subscribe to every single threat intelligence feed, gaps still remain, as many attacks are customised to bypass traditional security controls.
Securing the enterprise network with Fortinet: Perimeter, core and edges
Jon McGettigan, Fortinet A/NZ Regional Director, discusses ‘core and edge’ network topology and explains why only fully-integrated security services can offer comprehensive protection.
CompTIA's new threat intelligence resource officially launches
The new resource is designed to help technology solution providers, managed services providers (MSPs) and other organisations searching for critical cybersecurity threat intelligence.
Interview: ThreatQuotient champions threat intelligence through virtual 'situation rooms'
To understand what it involves and some of the collaboration challenges that come with distributing threat intelligence amongst specialised security teams, we spoke to ThreatQuotient APJC regional director Anthony Stitt.
Cyber threat intelligence reaching maturity in organisations worldwide
Cyber threat intelligence is reaching a state of maturity and integration in organisations across the globe, according to a survey by the SANS Institute and ThreatQuotient.
Cybercriminals seeking greater anonymity online, Trend Micro states
Cybercriminals have switched to eCommerce platforms and communication using Discord for greater anonymity, according to new research from Trend Micro.
McAfee introduces new threat visibility and prioritisation feature
MVISION Insights will provide the analytics to enable organisations to recognise the threats they will need to take action against, and threats that could potentially impact them in the future.