ISSUE # 51
Security Advisor ME September 2020
How cybereason’s offensive and operative approach is transforming cybersecurity strategies
How secure are we?
Tenable on why organisations need to align their business and security strategies
The future of smart security
WD on how the rising demands for AI- and 4K-enabled smart video cameras are driving storage needs
Unlocking threat intelligence
How Cyware is enabling organisations leverage the strategic value of threat intelligence
0 865Cybereason CEO and Co-founder Lior Div shares the company’s journey to success and discusses how they are transforming the landscape to empower enterprises win the cyber war.
0 1864As many countries relax the quarantine measures, businesses are starting to reopen, and more people will be coming back to offices in the coming months.
0 1385Steve Rivers, International Technical Director, ThreatQuotient, discusses how government organisations can strengthen their cyber defences with the right tools and threat intelligence.
0 720Mimecast has announced an industry changing capability that will allow customers to launch live phishing simulations.
0 926Qualys has announced that it has acquired the software assets of Spell Security, an endpoint detection and response start-up.
0 1346Hikvision generated a revenue of RMB 24.27 billion ($3.47 billion) with a year-over-year (YoY) increase of 1.45 percent during H1 2020.
0 1348Fortinet has announced that it has acquired OPAQ Networks, a Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) cloud provider based in Herndon, Virginia.
0 699McAfee has released its McAfee COVID-19 Threat Report: July 2020 examining cybercriminal activity related to COVID-19 and the evolution of cyber threats in Q1 2020.