Websense expands into New Zealand
Websense is strengthening its position in Australia and New Zealand with the appointment of John Roxburgh as new territory manager.
Déjà vu: What’s old is new again in cyberattacks
Old techniques are combining with new to create highly evasive security attacks according to a new report from security company Websense.
Avnet uses Websense to dive into NZ market
Avnet Technology Solutions has signed a distribution deal with Websense for the New Zealand market, and plans to increase support for local resellers.
Security vendors' tough battle in SMB market
Small businesses worldwide increased content security spend by 9.6% in 2014, representing 28% of total enterprise content security market.
New ANZ boss for Websense
Websense names new ANZ chief, Guy Eilon, as Gerrry Tucker departs to lead Nice Systems. Eilon eyes ANZ growth potential.
Channel players need to protect Kiwi businesses
NZ firms face rising cyber threats; experts urge channel players to boost email security and intelligence to safeguard businesses.
Why enterprises must make sense of cyber security
In light of rising cyber threats, businesses urged to revolutionise security approaches, prioritising proactive cyber defences.
Demystifying APTs: From ID to mitigation
UK firms on high alert as 58% lack defences against devastating APTs, highlighting urgent need for a multi-staged security overhaul.
Websense examines the cybercrime cloud connection...
Websense ANZ boss highlights the cybersecurity risks in cloud services, urges firms to adopt robust defences amidst rising cybercrime.
New territory manager for Websense
Websense hires David Adams as new NZ territory manager, eyeing growth amidst rising cybersecurity threats. Adams brings 20 years of IT expertise.
Westcon Unified Comms invite: 10 vendors... 1 message
Westcon's Unified Comms event in Auckland: 10 leading vendors unite to showcase latest technology solutions, with prizes and giveaways.
HP boosts partner opps with new SDN App Store
HP unveils first SDN open ecosystem, boosting partner opportunities with a new app store and developer kit, promising innovation and agility.
Making sense of security
A Kiwi connection is helping keep New Zealand in focus at the Asia Pacific headquarters of unified security company Websense.
Websense and F5 Networks join forces
Websense and F5 Networks ally to launch advanced network security solutions, promising inline, real-time protection against threats.
Malicious malware websites multiply by 600%
Global websites containing malicious malware have multiplied by a worrying 600%, with 85% of legitimate web hosts playing home to the sites.
Websense named IDC MarketScape leader
Websense named leader in IDC MarketScape report for web security. TRITON architecture praised for integration and effectiveness.
Websense makes double ANZ channel appointments
Websense boosts its ANZ channel focus with the appointment of Maria Nalty and Stephen Richardson, enhancing web security outreach.
Cybersecurity predictions for 2013
From mass compromises of Wordpress to a spear-phishing attack on the White House, there is no doubt cybercriminals gained confidence and momentum in 2012.
CEOs driving security change
CEOs now leading the charge in security talks, boosting Websense's growth in New Zealand with hopes for 'significant double digit' uplift.
Websense signals ambitious kiwi growth plans
Former Gen-i, Microsoft staffer appointed as company's first local territory manager in bid for double-digit growth.
ANZ sales manager promoted to top local role at Websense
Gerry Tucker to take over from Adam Bradley as country manager for web and email security firm.
HR departments targeted
Job search-related malware outbreak hits HR departments, says latest Websense report.
Websense hails 'industry firsts' in threat prevention
The company has released a security solution that combines web security, data loss prevention, appliance and SaaS.
Websense names new ANZ MD
Adam Bradley has been appointed Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand to support partner growth in the channel.