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Beware the blind spot in phishing education
A common blind spot in training corporate staff to identify and avoid cyber attacks is the targeted phishing attack.
Cyber insurance is only part of the overall security equation
Latest statistics show that more than 28 billion people will be connected to the Internet of Things in 2017, rising to 34 billion-plus next year.
When antivirus fails, here’s how to choose next-gen antivirus
The ineffectiveness of traditional antivirus , which catches less than half of noteworthy malicious events, is causing untold damage to organisations.
Think like a bad guy and fight back, because hacking is the new face of espionage
When you imagine the world of espionage, do you think of undercover agents trying to recruit a mole or cracking safes to steal sensitive information?
Carbon Black & IBM form strategic security match up
"Speed is of the essence and our new integrations will help extend our leadership to the endpoint and detect and respond to attacks in seconds.”
Carbon Black discovers new adware related threat
These obfuscation techniques easily evade sandboxing and other intrusion detection techniques due to Binary Fragmentation.
How to staff your team across the security kill chain
Effective digital security needs people as well as technology. Most organisations are aware of the need to staff up to improve their security.
The big security opportunity waiting to be grabbed
Carbon Black’s acquisition of nextgen antivirus company Confer opens up big opportunities for the local channel says local boss Kane Lightowler.
Carbon Black 'redefines nextgen antivirus' with Confer acquisition
Carbon Black has bulked up its endpoint security with the acquisition of next gen antivirus company Confer, driving nextgen security into new markets.
How to shift the economic balance of cyber attacks
A harsh reality for the information security sector is that the businesses we are asked to protect are battling businesses that are built to attack.
Three steps to compliance for end-of-life systems
Each time a vendor terminates support for an OS or solution, organisations are put at risk of failing to meet regulatory and compliance mandates.