The managed security services (MSS) market in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) is experiencing significant transformation.
The Austrian IT security company ProCom-Strasser introduces a new security product for cloud applications to the world market, enabling companies, operators of critical infrastructures and public authorities to securely store their data in cloud storage solutions. The special technological security concept was developed in close cooperation with cryptography experts at the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology.
With 2017 being yet another rollercoaster year for cyber security, experts at Fareham-based Taylor Made Computer Solutions have been looking at what might lie ahead for businesses in 2018.
Privacy compliance and enterprise analytics company FileFacets has appointed Nuvias as its sole distributor in EMEA to drive international expansion and meet growing demand for its Enterprise ID data discovery products. These are fundamental to the discovery and management of personal and sensitive data, which is at the core of GDPR compliance.
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European Frozen food company turns to SOTI MobiControl to make the most secure and productive use of mobile
Six in 10 SMEs getting ready for 25 May 2018 GDPR deadline, but 2.1m still not preparing.
Cybereason and Exabeam have formed a strategic
Organisations are now experiencing an average of 8 DDoS attack attempts per day, up from 4 per day at the beginning of 2017, fuelled by unsecured IoT devices and DDoS-for-hire services.
Redgate Software has conducted a major new data governance survey among SQL Server professionals which demonstrates there are important compliance issues that need to be addressed – and that a DevOps approach to database development can provide the answers.
Palo Alto Networks has released findings of independent research into the state of cybersecurity within the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS). Working with Vanson Bourne, 100 NHS IT decision-makers were surveyed on the importance of data security in the wake of recent cyberattacks, preparedness for forthcoming tougher data protection rules, and the development of trust when it comes to how patients digitally interact with the NHS.
Advanced analytics, intuitive incident management and personalised dashboards provide insights that reduce incident investigation time by nearly half.
Check Point adds new capabilities to SandBlast Mobile Solution in response to increased mobile cyber threats: survey of over 850 firms globally shows average of 54 mobile malware attacks per business.
Barracuda Networks has introduced expanded public cloud functionality for the Barracuda Web Application Firewall and Barracuda NextGen Firewall. The updated Cloud Generation Firewalls allow for utility-based consumption and automated security controls for DevSecOps workflows, giving customers an easy migration path to public cloud.
The Spanish Guardia Civil has chosen Chemring Technology Solutions’ Perception Cyber Security to protect its critical network assets from cyber-attacks, as well identify malicious insiders or other vulnerabilities within the network. The new contract follows a successful product evaluation by Guardia Civil and its Spanish partner Eleycon21.
Fortinet has unveiled predictions from the Fortinet FortiGuard Labs global research team about the threat landscape for 2018. The trends reveal the methods and strategies that cybercriminals will employ in the near future and demonstrate the potential impact of cyberattacks to the global economy.
Substantial rise in bot-driven Internet traffic presents a glaring blind spot for IT security.
Despite the rise of high-profile IoT botnet attacks Mirai and Reaper, nearly half of organisations surveyed plan to roll-out IoT deployments on existing enterprise networks.
Bitglass has introduced its Zero-day Core technologies as part of the Bitglass Next-Gen Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) platform. These breakthrough technologies aim to block data leakage paths that are exploited for the first time and identify previously unknown threats.
Arrow Electronics has extended its relationship with Palo Alto Networks, the next-generation security company, adding its offerings to the Arrow portfolio in the U.K., tapping into the market opportunity around private, hybrid and public cloud. This builds upon the existing Arrow and Palo Alto Networks go-to-market momentum already established in specific countries in Europe, the Americas and Asia Pacific.