Information protection stories
Prism Infosec unveils Cyber Maturity Assessment service
Prism Infosec launches Cyber Maturity Assessment service to aid companies identify their cyber defence strengths, weaknesses, and potential improvement areas.
Ploughshare and Tarian Technology present 'Bastion', a breakthrough in cyberdefence
Ploughshare and Tarian Technology unite to launch Bastion, a groundbreaking cybersecurity defence system, revolutionizing data protection in the digital age.
archTIS product wins Policy Mgmt Solution of the Year award
archTIS Limited's NC Protect earns Policy Management Solution of the Year at the CyberSecurity Breakthrough Awards.
How threat intelligence can improve DDoS protection
DDoS attacks have become a major threat to a wide variety of businesses, from the smallest to the largest multi-national corporations.
Gen wins 10 AV-TEST Institute awards for device protection solutions
These awards recognise the reliable protection across a variety of operating systems, fast performance speeds and user-friendly experiences.
Claroty reveals new cryptographic key extraction method
Claroty's Team82 exposes major security vulnerabilities in Siemens PLCs and Dataprobe's PDUs, prompting urgent updates.
Small security teams facing greater risks than large orgs
Small security teams face unique challenges that put them at greater risk than larger enterprises, according to a survey by Cynet.
Email fraud identified as top attack vector - Proofpoint
More than three quarters of ASX 200 companies are subjecting customers, partners and employees to higher risks of email fraud.
Virsec launches Deterministic Protection Platform to protect software workloads
Virsec launches Deterministic Protection Platform to provide better protection against known and unknown threats to software workloads.
Virsec hits $137 million investment milestone after latest round
Virsec raises $100m in Series C funding from industry players and company builders, bringing total funding to $137m.
ESET urges parents to consider security protection for their children
While many parents worry about their child’s online activity, many are not taking precautionary measures, according to new insights from ESET.
iSANZ Board reveals keynote speaker for 2017 Awards evening
The iSANZ Board has announced the keynote speaker at this year’s iSANZ Awards, due to be held at Wellington’s Te Papa Museum on November 21.
Spark, Aura InfoSec & Dimension Data amongst iSANZ Awards finalists
NZ 's InfoSec elite vie for honours at prestigious iSANZ Awards.
You're invited: the 2017 iSANZ Awards & Gala Evening
Join New Zealand's InfoSec community at an exclusive Gala Dinner as part of the 2017 iSANZ Awards, to be held in Wellington next month.
2017 iSANZ Awards on the hunt for InfoSec excellence
Entries are now open for the 2017 iSANZ Awards and applicants have until Monday October 2 to submit their nominees.
Interview: Sophos reveals the criminal underbelly of the dark web
The dark web may be a place that most of us have heard of as a murky underworld for cybercriminals, but also where most internet users daren't tread.
Additional Microsoft services certified to handle 'sensitive' data
The ASD has formally certified 40 Microsoft Azure and Office 365 services for inclusion on its Certified Cloud Services List.
Polycom bumps up information security; becomes ISO certified
Polycom achieves ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification, strengthening its information security practices and providing assurance to customers.
TITUS CEO interview: Channel strategy & crucial considerations for enterprises
Tim Upton is currently in Australia to talk about data classification & their channel strategy – we were able to catch up with him on some key issues.
Making sense of security
A Kiwi connection is helping keep New Zealand in focus at the Asia Pacific headquarters of unified security company Websense.
Putting the 'i' back into IT
<strong>A new study shows Kiwi businesses understand the value of the information they hold but are struggling to manage, protect and get maximum value from it.
Survey highlights need to put information back into IT
Businesses need to put the ‘i’ back into IT according to security software company Symantec, which has just released its first ever State of Information Survey.
Have a disaster plan in place or risk bankruptcy
The cost of not having a tested, disaster plan in place could put your small business at risk of going under.
Symantec unveils new company branding
New logo brings together the Symantec name and the VeriSign check mark.