LogRhythm has promoted Simon Howe to the role of APAC director of sales.
Attacks on Internet of Things devices and infrastructures are likely to stem from three groups, with each having of cyber crime and motivated by its own goals, according to Simon Howe, director of sales for ANZ at LogRhythm, a leading security information and event management company.
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