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The Nuvias Group appointed for Armis across UK and DACH

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Nuvias partners gain access to the entire Armis portfolio, addressing the considerable asset visibility market opportunity in Western Europe.

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Hybrid cloud dominates

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Data from more than 1,300 global respondents combined with expert analysis to reveal goals, benefits, and challenges of cloud-native technology in 2022.

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Majority of UK businesses experience up to five security incidents a year

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Infoblox unveils a global report examining the state of security concerns, costs, and remedies.

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DR called upon following cyberattacks

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Zerto, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, commissioned IDC to conduct a major ransomware and disaster preparedness survey, which revealed that 79% of respondents have activated a disaster recovery (DR) response within the past 12 months. Nearly two thirds (61%) of these incidents were triggered by ransomware or other malware with 60% of organisations reporting they had experienced unrecoverable data during that same time—substantially more than the 43% response rate to the same question a year ago.

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Strong ARM tactics?

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HackerOne's new approach includes an Attack Surface Management product to help discover and protect assets.

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Palo Alto Networks calls on cybersecurity industry to adopt ZTNA 2.0

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First-gen ZTNA solutions have major gaps in security protection and can put organizations at significant risk.

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2017 has been an interesting year for cyber security. With hacks still dominating the headlines and GDPR looming the spotlight has been firmly on the cyber-security industry to help consumers and businesses alike stay secure in an increasingly digital world. With 2018 round the corner, the spotlight is set to stay firmly on the security space, with Dan Panesar, VP EMEA at Certes Networks predicting that blockchain, the rise of virtualization and threat of AI will dominate conversations.
Use of IoT devices is proliferating in every industry, and with this growth comes risk – reports of IoT attacks increased 600 percent from 2016 to 2017. To protect enterprise networks, Extreme Networks has introduced the Extreme Networks’ Defender for IoT, a simple security solution to help organisations secure unsecured IoT devices. Defender for IoT can be deployed on any network and is so easy to use even non-technical staff at schools, hospitals, retailers and hospitality venues can use it to isolate and protect both wired and wireless IoT devices from cyberattacks.
The results of the 10th Annual Market Pulse Survey fromSailPoint Technologies Holdings expose an alarming trend: despite an increased focus on cybersecurity awareness in the workplace, employees’ poor cybersecurity habits are getting worse, compounded by the speed and complexity of the digital transformation. Of the 1,600 global employees surveyed, 75% of respondents admitted to reusing passwords across accounts, including work and personal, compared to 56% who admitted to doing so in 2014, when SailPoint first posed the question.
Worldwide spending on information security products and services will reach $86.4 billion in 2017, an increase of 7 per cent over 2016, with spending expected to grow to $93 billion in 2018, according to the latest forecast from Gartner, Inc.
Jointly developed network threat detection service helps cloud customers solve critical security challenges.
The majority (68 percent) of cybersecurity professionals working in large organisations in the UK say that a rush to the cloud is not taking full account of the security risks. This is highlighted by a new cloud security study conducted for Palo Alto Networks.
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Case Study: @nifty Delivering IT Security to Their Customers with Kaspersky

NIFTY Corporation is one of the leading Telecoms and Internet Service Providers in Japan, supplying high-speed broadband connectivity to more than 1.39 million broadband users. Providing robust security for the many subscribers to its online services is very important because repeated security breaches or loss of service may result in customers suffering damage or losses - and ultimately leaving NIFTY and moving to competitors' services.

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