Tuesday, August 16, 2022

F5 expands protection services for Australia and New Zealand clients

After findings revealed Australia and New Zealand to have been the target of more than 50 million distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks between July and September 2021 alone, F5 has expanded its local DDoS protection services with the launch of two scrubbing centres to provide customers with real-time local protection, support, and expertise.

Finding harmony: How marketing, security and privacy can co-exist

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Marketing teams can sometimes be at logger heads with security and privacy. While marketing is driven by data, security and privacy consider big volumes of data to be a potential risk to both businesses and individuals, especially because of the risk of leaks. Many marketers view data privacy practices that limit their access to data as a potential inhibitor of their effectiveness. 

Unit4 appoints Tom Ascroft as their Chief Information Security Officer

Unit4, a leader in enterprise cloud software for people-centric organisations has announced the successful appointment of Tom Ascroft as their new Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). Tom is accountable for Unit4’s Cyber Security, identifying emerging security threats and developing strategies, policies, overarching controls and their security culture that are pivotal to mitigating them.

Tricentis study reveals how investing in testing transformation adds value

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Tricentis, the continuous testing platform for modern cloud and enterprise applications has published “Modernize Testing to Accelerate Your Business,” a study exploring the priorities of companies that have made great strides along their testing transformation journeys.

Cyble sweeps the Global InfoSec Awards 2022 with wins in 8 categories

Cyble, the Y Combinator-backed cyber threat intelligence firm, is proud to announce that it has been named a winner in 8 categories of the 10th Annual Global InfoSec Awards by Cyber Defense Magazine (CDM), the industry’s leading electronic information security magazine.

Business complexity and supply chain cyber risks a security breach magnet

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Australian companies are concerned about the security risks from business complexity and are neglecting supply chain cyber risks, leaving them vulnerable to security breaches. Attacks on supply chains are increasing and obscured by the complexities of their networks.

Cybersecurity tech firm NetWitness appoints Ken Naumann new CEO

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NetWitness, an RSA® Group Business and globally trusted provider of cybersecurity tech and incident response services, welcomes Ken Naumann as the new Chief Executive Officer. Naumann joins NetWitness from AccessData, a provider of digital forensic investigation tech where he led the firm’s growth as CEO. Under his leadership and direction, AccessData was one of the world leaders in data forensics before it was ultimately acquired by Exterro.

ClearSale IPO raises $254 million to foster innovation in fraud prevention

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International fraud protection leader ClearSale is pleased to announce that its July 30 initial public offering on Brazil’s B3 stock exchange generated the equivalent of US$254 million (R$1.3 billion) following the company’s historic revenue growth in 2020.

Norton’s new brand promise shines a light on the company’s cyber vision

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NortonLifeLock, a global leader in consumer Cyber Safety announced a new promise for the Norton brand along with an upgraded visual identity to match its ambitions. Inspired by their vision to protect and empower people to live their digital lives safely, the refreshed brand identity represents the bright side to the dark problem of cybercrime.

Secure Code Warrior to inspire real-life cyber defence at championship

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Organisations like Allianz, Atlassian, Contrast Security, Datacom and Sonatype will compete in gamified coding challenges to identify, locate and fix code errors against the clock.