Zero trust news stories - Page 2
TDIR is screaming for cybersecurity vendor collaboration
As the modern world is beset by ever-more common and sophisticated cyber-attacks, the very tools focused on TDIR are ready to be laid to rest.
New research reveals vicious tactics of ransomware groups
“Ransomware groups are becoming more sophisticated and their attacks more impactful. These threat actors are increasingly leveraging automated tool kits to exploit vulnerabilities and penetrate deeper into networks."
Organisations turning to zero trust amid cloud and network security exposure
“As we watch threats evolve and breaches become more devastating, the need to implement Zero Trust strategies has never been more urgent."
Show, don't tell: CISOs encouraged to be security 'influencers' rather than 'enforcers'
Show, don’t tell: That’s the approach CISOs need to take if they want to better manage cybersecurity in their organisation, according to a new report from KPMG.
Australia and New Zealand shouldn't rush to follow White House zero-trust cybersecurity strategy
"Going deeper, four years to zero trust is a very ambitious goal – and a strategy that will no doubt continue to evolve as government agencies dig in."
Endpoint detection and response / EDR
Why network visibility must be the foundation of Zero Trust architecture
In May 2021, U.S. Presidential Executive Order 14028 on improving the nation’s cybersecurity was issued, directing federal agencies to transition to a Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) as they modernise and move to cloud services.
The three information management trends strengthening resilience in 2022
With recent business uncertainty, resilience has become one of the most important organisational values leaders can adopt.
CrowdStrike expands Zero Trust support to macOS and Linux
CrowdStrike has expanded its Zero Trust support to macOS and Linux to further help with cross-platform protection and expansion of partnerships.
More than half of organisations face gaps in their zero-trust implementations
The shift to work-from-anywhere has spotlighted zero-trust network access, as organisations need to protect important assets from workers connecting from poorly protected home networks.
Qualys adds zero-touch patching to Patch Management app
"As organisations implement zero-trust security frameworks, the ability to automate patching so they can better trust assets becomes a foundational aspect of their cyber defence strategy.”
The British Council falls victim to two successful ransomware attacks
New cyber fears as The British Council falls victim to two successful ransomware attacks.
Zscaler extends Zero Trust Exchange Platform to deliver zero trust for workloads
"To properly secure cloud workloads, three critical areas - security, connectivity, and performance - need to be addressed."
Zero Trust, blockchain, 6GHZ superhighway amongst next year's top tech predictions
Key senior technology management from the company have issued their predictions for 2022, providing advice to enterprises on trends in the year ahead for Zero Trust, blockchain, Wi-Fi, AIOps, cloud and 5G adoption.
Cloudflare, Microsoft partnership deepens relationship in Zero Trust market
Cloudflare has announced it has joined the Microsoft 365 Networking Partner Program.
Zero trust crucial part of successful cybersecurity strategies, research finds
According to the research, zero trust is a main security priority for most organisations, but comprehensive understanding and adoption of the Forrester-founded framework remains inconsistent.
How to keep data off the Dark Web, even though it’s growing darker
Let's delve deeper into a Dark Web investigation which discusses the rapid growth of Dark Web activity and suggests ways to protect an organisation's data.
Cloudflare announces new migration program and firewall expansion
Cloudflare has announced it is expanding its Zero Trust firewall capabilities while also revealing a new program to help customers migrate from legacy hardware to the Cloudflare One suite of Zero Trust solutions.
Vale 2021, hello 2022: on the brink of full-out cyberwar
As organisations move to more strategic decision making and re-evaluate the risks of the difficult and unexpected accelerated transition, cyber threats have increased dramatically, and organisations are more exposed than ever.
HashiCorp multi-cloud infrastructure automation is now available in Asia-Pacific and Japan
HashiCorp has announced that the HashiCorp Cloud Platform is now available in Asia-Pacific and Japan.
Opening of new data centre heralds ambitious APAC expansion plans for Keeper Security
In the background of our Zoom call is a poster on the wall of Guccione's office. It reads, "Cybersecurity starts here."
Zero Trust means strong, frictionless PAM and other controls
Imagine an organisation’s information infrastructure as something like a bank’s safe deposit box service, with security guards on the door.
BlackBerry and Okta partner to deliver seamless identity and access capabilities
BlackBerry has announced a new technology integration between Okta's Identity Cloud and BlackBerry Spark unified endpoint management.
Secure access service edge / SASE
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - SonicWall VP discusses SASE and zero trust
Speaking in his first IT Jam for the company, the interviewee in today's video is SonicWall vice president of products, Jayant Thakre.
Zero trust in NZ, and its rise from fringe approach to industry standard
The guiding principle of a zero trust security model is that no-one in an organisation — from a new recruit to the CISO — is granted intrinsic trust to access the network.