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New Webroot boss flags ANZ markets as 'great potential'
Webroot’s new global chief executive has flagged Australia and New Zealand as an area of ‘great potential’ for the cybersecurity vendor.
Microsoft: Asia's emerging economies vulnerable to malware
Asia’s emerging economies such as Bangladesh, Indonesia and Myanmar are amongst the world’s most vulnerable to malware.
Pacific Tech ups value added services with new firewall monitoring offering
Pacific Tech has launched a cloud based value added service providing next-gen firewall device health monitoring, alerting and threat intelligence.
The 'dream team' for future-proofing security operations
Michael Sentonas, vice president of technology strategy at CrowdStrike talks about how to get your organisation's cybersecurity operations in order.
ExtraHop launches threat monitoring service 'Addy' in Australia
“The real-time network analytics ExtraHop provides already helps Australian companies better understand their environment and detect threats."
Turla threat group targets G20 Summit attendees
Participants in this year’s G20 Summit in Germany are being targeted in a new wave of malware droppers, suspected to be from APT group Turla.
Check Point's latest threat research taken from data you can see in real time
Check Point has taken the latest results from its Cyber Attack Trends: Mid Year Report from data that viewers can see happening in real time.
Sandboxing and threat intelligence: Proactive defence against ransomware
Ingram Micro’s Swapneil Diwaan explains the need for speed in preventing fast-moving cyber threats including ransomware.
How to go threat hunting: The thrill of the hunt
Let’s go threat-hunting. When the hunters and tools have been assembled, let us explore the thought processes that prepare them for a successful hunt.
Interview: The SecureWorks detectives uncovering the 'who and why' of cybercrime
What is it about financial organisations that makes them attractive targets for cybercriminals? SecureWorks gives us the lowdown.
Carbon Black: How to set up a threat hunting program
We know the attackers are out there – they are perpetually trying to break in, and many are succeeding.
Carbon Black asks: So what exactly is threat hunting?
Information security professionals used to put all of their chips towards incident prevention. This didn’t work out very well.
Palo Alto Networks commits to APAC customers by opening new Singapore office
Palo Alto Networks has moved into its brand new Asia Pacific headquarters in Singapore this week, opened by Dr. Yaacob Ibrahim.
The tools you need to safely navigate an evolving threat landscape
Secure your information and your business with the right balance of people, processes and products.
Sophos launches phishing attack simulator to fight organisational blindspots
Sophos says that out of your entire organisation, your IT staff are the most likely to fall for a phishing attack. Surprising?
APAC the highest risk spot for malware encounters, says Microsoft report
APAC has serious work to do when it comes to protecting themselves against malware – in fact, the region is one of the highest risk
AI security pioneers Cylance pledge to help cyber threat education in new podcast
Cylance pledges cyber threat education as part of mission as it signs up to the CyberWire Podcast Partner Program.
New early threat warning service for companies to roll out globally in 2017
“ESET Threat Intelligence provides the comprehensive intelligence ESET possesses in order to complete the overall security picture."
Bigger is better: Symantec announces world’s largest set of threat data
Following their acquisition of Blue Coat just three months ago, Symantec recently announced the first positive spin-off.
Palo Alto Networks' three top tips for cybersecurity success
Organisations need to take a prevention-first mindset through three key elements: Technology, people and processes and threat intelligence.
FirstWave offers new umbrella solutions for advanced persistent threats
FirstWave aims to offer a broader range of cyber security services for customers, incorporating Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) defence umbrella.
Forcepoint appoints three top executives for cybersecurity strength
Forcepoint has announced the appointment of Richard Ford, Krist Lamb and Brian Shirey to chief roles in the company as it hopes to expand innovation.
Advanced cyber threat intelligence technologies to hit our shores
EcleticIQ and Cosive have formed a partnership that will marry cutting-edge technology and field expertise
Webroot reveals the 8 most prevalent ransomware variants
Ransomware will continue to plague IT decision makers and organisations every single day - in fact there are 390,000 new variants today alone.