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Three cybersecurity vendors outline 16 industry predictions for 2020
With 2019 coming to a close, Ping Identity, Attivo Networks, and LogRhythm’s experts share what 2020 holds in store for cybersecurity.
Routing the enemy within – LogRhythm
While larger organisations and incidents hog the headlines, plenty of illicit activity is slipping under the radar – and staying there.
LogRhythm releases True Unlimited Data Plan for SIEM
CISOs are feeling the brunt of rising data volumes as the cost to protect the vast amount of data in their environment might double — or even triple — year over year.
Illusive Networks joins LogRhythm technology alliance partner program
The resulting integration will provide real-time, post-breach threat detection while enhancing and automating incident response.
LogRhythm continues string of executive hires with new CEO
LogRhythm has appointed Mark Logan as its new chief executive officer, who has previous experience at Attunity (formerly NASDAQ: ATTU), WealthEngine and Emptoris, now part of IBM.
Key threats businesses must be vigilant against – LogRhythm
At home and abroad, companies anticipate cyber-crime will be the most disruptive economic crime of 2019 and 2020.
LogRhythm releases cloud-based SIEM solution
LogRhythm Cloud provides the same feature set and user experience as its on-prem experience.
Biggest security threat in Australia? Survey says it’s phishing
A recent survey undertaken by CSO made some interesting findings in the state of cybercrime in Australia.
LogRhythm SIEM named Gartner Customer Choice
This is the third consecutive time LogRhythm been recognised as a Customers’ Choice, which is determined based on independently verified feedback and ratings
LogRhythm appoints First Nations cybersecurity reseller
Baidam Solutions is the first Indigenous IT security company in Queensland and services enterprise, Government, and not-for-profit organisations.
AI helping businesses stay ahead of threats - LogRhythm
AI is being used to anticipate new threats and mediate and minimise the damage caused by breaches.
LogRhythm launches solution to address network-borne threats
“Security teams are often understaffed, overwhelmed by false positives and lack the necessary network visibility.”
On the ground at the first Chillisoft CybersecCon
Experts and partners came together to boost the message that despite our ‘she’ll be right’ attitude, “Cyber attacks have no geographical bounds.”
LogRhythm: Foster a culture of cybersecurity awareness
According to the Australian Cyber Security Centre, the danger to local organisations has never been greater.
Interview: Chillisoft and LogRhythm ready for the NZ channel
ChannelLife talks with Chillisoft CEO Alex Teh and LogRhythm A/NZ sales director Simon Howe about their plans for Kiwi cybersecurity partners.
Chillisoft nabs LogRhythm as next major vendor
Chillisoft signs on the global SIEM provider as it continues to expand its solution portfolio for the growing cybersecurity market.
LogRhythm announces eight cybersecurity predictions for 2019
LogRhythm’s predictions paint a sombre picture for the state of cybersecurity in 2019.
Gartner names LogRhythm leader in SIEM solutions
Security teams increasingly need end-to-end SIEM solutions with native options for host- and network-level monitoring.
Exclusive: Fileless malware driving uptake of behavioural analytics
Fileless malware often finds its way into organisations via web browsers (or in combination with other vectors such as infected USB drives).
LogRhythm reports higher-than-anticipated SOAR adoption rate
The company’s embedded security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) capabilities are embedded in its security information and event management offering.
Exclusive: How AI and quantum computing are changing cybersecurity
New technologies have a way of impacting existing industries in unexpected ways.
Bringing a gun to a gunfight: Countering AI-enabled threats
Artificial intelligence can reduce human effort and lower the time needed to detect, respond to, and recover from cybersecurity incidents.
A quick guide to machine learning in cybersecurity
Beyond the numbers and the terminology, there is a simple question: What does machine learning do for cybersecurity, anyway?
Intelligent cybersecurity systems - before it's too late
With all of the benefits that machine learning brings to any cybersecurity analytics system, can you really afford not to make that step?