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Rapid7 appoints Rob Dooley as Asia Pacific & Japan Vice President
Rapid7 has appointed Rob Dooley as Asia Pacific and Japan Vice President, to drive further expansion and growth in the region.
Video: Security for the modern organisation with VMware
Ingram Micro NZ VMware BDM Adam Saunders explains VMware’s solutions for end to end security, from the device to the data centre and cloud.
VMware’s plan for intrinsic cloud security
Intrinsic security makes protecting critical applications and data more automated, proactive and pervasive across the entire distributed enterprise.
Behind the scenes of VMware’s partner programme overhaul
ChannelLife speaks with VMware ANZ channels head Neels du Plooy about what partners can expect from the new all-in-one Partner Connect programme.
VMware claims three major recognitions from Gartner
The company was named as a leader in two Magic Quadrants, and a subsidiary named a Peer Insights Customer Choice.
Phishing leading cause of data breaches across Australia
Aussie Govt & Finance Hit Hardest in Phishing Breach Surge, Carbon Black Reports.
Carbon Black discovers evolution of popular cryptomining campaign
Attackers could theoretically pull in an estimated $1.6 million annually by leveraging this attack model, which began about two years ago.
Five winning strategies for VMware in 2019
VMware & partners see surge in 2019, driven by HCI growth, cloud flexibility, cybersecurity, new influencers, and Kubernetes.
FaceApp: Pro version scams, privacy concerns
Along with the viral potential of its popular filters, FaceApp has of late, generated a huge wave of media attention amid concerns about online privacy.
Cyber attacks on healthcare companies growing
Healthcare services face increasing cyber attacks, with 83% of CISOs reporting a rise in the past year, according to a report by Carbon Black.
Hackers increasingly ‘island hopping’ – so what does it mean?
Cyberattacks escalate as hackers exploit supply chains, urging firms for vigilance.
96% of Singaporean businesses breached in the past year
96% of Singaporean CIOs, CTOs, and CISOs have been breached in the last year, with ransomware being the most prolific method of attack.
89% of Australian businesses breached last year – Carbon Black
Aussie firms besieged: 89% hit by cyber breaches, says Carbon Black's threat report.
Carbon Black integrates with Chronicle security analytics platform
Backstory will correlate telemetry from Carbon Black’s endpoint detection and response (EDR) solution to deliver incident investigation and threat hunting.
88% of businesses breached in the last year - Carbon Black
Carbon Black's UK Threat Report: cyber attacks surge with breaches up to 3.67 per org.
Carbon Black releases 2019 global threat report
Carbon Black warns of next-gen cyberattacks fuelled by geopolitical tensions in 2019 Global Threat Report.
Top cybersecurity threats of 2019 – Carbon Black
Carbon Black chief cybersecurity officer Tom Kellermann combines his thoughts with those of Carbon Black's threat analysts and security strategists.
Carbon Black: What does cybersecurity have in store for 2019?
Cyber threats in 2019 set to surge with espionage and destructive attacks headlining, experts warn.
Carbon Black adds MITRE ATT&CK feeds to security products
Carbon Black excels in MITRE's ATT&CK security test with zero delays or tainted detections.
Voter databases available on the dark web - report
A Carbon Black threat report has revealed that destructive cyberattacks are increasing ahead of 2018 US midterm elections.
Carbon Black announces enhanced cloud security offering
Carbon Black unveils Cb ThreatHunter at #CbConnect18, promising advanced, cloud-based threat hunting on PSC.
Carbon Black: Is your cyber panic room ready?
Cybersecurity expert warns of a 'cyber winter' with a surge in destructive attacks, urging digital 'panic rooms'.
Living in today’s new cyber regulatory reality
Firms face legal risks as cyber regulatory pressures surge, demanding new market unity and compliance.
Cyber attackers using businesses to target nation states
64% of incident response professionals had experienced attackers launching secondary command and control after an initial attack was shut down.