Displaying items by tag: cyber resilience

GUEST OPINION by cybersecurity firm Virsec: Organisations of every size and kind face constant challenges in maintaining adequate cybersecurity skills in the face of growing cyber risk. The existing shortage of cybersecurity skills and high threat levels have been exacerbated by COVID-19 and remote working, causing a rise in IT expenses. This issue is particularly acute in the government sector.

Published in Guest Opinion

Bitdefender has unveiled GravityZone XDR, a native extended detection and response solution that correlates disparate threat directions from endpoints, applications, cloud, identity sources, and networks into a single actionable view. It is available as a SaaS solution and through Bitdefender MDR services.

Published in Security

Email security and cyber resilience company Mimecast is continuing its expansion in APAC by establishing an office in Singapore as a regional hub for focus on South-East Asia.

Published in Strategy

A second tranche of legislation on critical infrastructure is likely to be passed by the Senate this week after it was given the go-ahead, with minor tweaks suggested by a committee.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Many Australian companies believe that their cybersecurity investments are failing, whilst the number of breaches increased by 50% in Australia from 2018 to 2019, according to new research which also found that with the acceleration of cyber threats due to COVID-19, the overall threat landscape is accelerating and putting extra pressure on security functions.

Published in Security

There’s a disconnect in cybersecurity culture and cyber resilience according to a new research report that reveals that 35% of Australian respondents don’t feel their organisation is cyber resilient.

Published in Security

Global email and data security company Mimecast has acquired digital threat protection vendor Segasec.

Published in Security

With cyber attacks on the rise, "the average number of focused attacks per organisation within Australia has almost doubled this year (232) compared to the previous 12 months (106)".

Published in Security




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