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Independent Study finds LogRhythm customers experience US $3.1 million in benefits over three years, including faster investigation and resolution of security incidents

COMPANY NEWS: LogRhythm, the company powering today’s security operations centres (SOCs), announced findings from a newly published Total Economic Impact study conducted by Forrester Consulting. The Total Economic Impact Study of the LogRhythm Platform revealed that organisations using the platform realise an average return on investment (ROI) of 258% over a three-year period, allowing the platform to pay for itself in less than six months.

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GUEST OPINION by Simon Howe, Vice President Sales Asia Pacific, LogRhythm: As businesses come to terms with the reality of operating amid the legacy of COVID-19, many are realising their old approach to IT security is no longer up to the task.

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IT Security Leaders Are Held Most Responsible For Cyberattacks, Yet Lack the Influence Required to Shore Up Security Strategies

COMPANY NEWS: LogRhythm, the company powering today’s security operations centres (SOCs), today released its latest report, “Security and the C-Suite: Making Security Priorities Business Priorities.” The research, which focuses on the roles and responsibilities of cybersecurity leaders, found that more than half of organisations (55%) in Asia Pacific (APAC) have experienced a cyberattack in the last two years and spend an average of US$17 million each on security activities.

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Security intelligence company LogRhythm has expanded its distribution in Australia with the appointment of specialist cybersecurity solutions distributor, Chillisoft.

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Breach and attack simulation systems vendor AttackIQ has promoted Ross Brewer to the role of general manager and regional vice president for EMEA and APJ.

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Value-added distributor of network security products, Netpoleon, and LogRhythm, the company that says it is "powering today’s security operations centres (SOCs)", have entered a strategic commercial partnership.

Published in Security
Friday, 12 March 2021 19:04

What is the 'post-COVID normal?'

We asked a number of IT executives what the 'new normal' might look like as the impact of COVID-19 wanes.

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Security intelligence company LogRhythm has acquired cloud-based analytics platform and threat detection provider MistNet.

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GUEST OPINION by Simon Howe, Vice President Sales Asia Pacific, LogRhythm: Cyber-security has ceased to be a backroom function and engaging effectively with the board and C suite will help CISOs provide better protection to the enterprise in 2021

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The IT industry in Australia is strong, and despite the economic downturn that COVID-19 has unleashed upon the world, IT is the glue that has kept a lot of businesses in business, defeating cybercriminals, keeping us connected and so much more, so what did local IT industry leaders say about Australia's 2020-21 Budget?

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GUEST OPINION by Simon Howe, Vice President Sales – APAC, LogRhythm: With large numbers of people now sitting in home offices in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, attention is turning to what this means when it comes to achieving effective IT security.

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GUEST OPINION by Joanne Wong, Vice President – International Marketing, LogRhythm:  It’s something almost every internet user has experienced. An email arrives, purporting to be from a trusted source, but in reality it’s an attempt to steal personal details or cause disruption.

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A high percentage of security professionals lack the tools to detect known security threats and many say they are still in need of the appropriate preventative solutions to close current security gaps, according to a recent global survey.

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Cyber attackers are definitely going to be targeting VPNs as a means of accessing users' PCs during this period when the number who are working from home has risen exponentially, Carolyn Crandall, chief deception officer of Attivo Networks which describes itself as a leader in deception for cyber security defence.

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