Friday, 28th February 2020

Ping Identity introduces PingOne for groups

Ping Identity®, The Identity Security Company™, has announced PingOne for Groups. Built on the PingOne cloud identity management service, PingOne for Groups is simple enough for small- and medium- sized organisations, and secure enough for enterprise departmental single sign-on (SSO) needs. PingOne for Groups is a free subscription for up to five applications and 50 users. It provides secure SSO in minutes, and offers a seamless upgrade path to PingOne for Business or PingOne for En...

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Novell announces strategic partnership with MobileIron for Secure Mobile File Access

Novell Filr integration with MobileIron AppConnect provides mobile users access to and ability to share files from any IT-approved device.

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GFI Software adds another layer of security

Latest enhancement makes GFI one of the industry’s leading vendors offering antivirus, patch management and Web protection from a single, cloud-based solution.

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HP enhances Just Right IT Partner Program

NetworkIT and Simply StoreIT programs simplify technology selection for SMB customers.

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Barracuda expands cloud offering on Windows Azure cloud platform

Barracuda provides complete application security and secure remote access to Windows Azure.

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Deliver secure blockchain-driven data exchange platform for the Southeast Asia market.
CrowdStrike reveals the adversaries with the fastest breakout time.
Cylance, the company that is using artificial intelligence to proactively prevent advanced persiste...
At the annual Kaspersky Next event (formerly Cyber Security Weekend), speakers from Kaspersky Lab, O...
EU-funded scientists have developed encryption chips that use quantum physics to make the internet ‘...
More than 8.4 million DDoS attacks targeting IT infrastructures, cloud, mobile networks, and IoT dev...
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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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