Ransomware, Phishing, Zero Trust, and the New Normal of Cyber Security.
Cybereason Exposes Chinese Threat Actors Compromising Telecommunications Providers for Cyber Espionage.
Priorities for UAE HR Professionals: Digitisation, Talent, and the Future of Work Form A Three-Part Plan Leaders Should Pursue.
Red Hat and Nutanix Announce Strategic Partnership to Deliver Open Hybrid Multicloud Solutions.
MoDEE Jordan Uses Nutanix to Enable Secure, High-Performance Email Services for Over 53,000 Government Employees.
Barracuda Research Finds Microsoft Impersonation Being Utilised in 43% of Phishing Attacks.
A return to pre-pandemic working practices is unlikely to happen. To learn more about the impact on networks and cyber security that COVID-19 has had on service providers, A10 Networks commissioned a survey and the results from the Middle East provide interesting insights. A large proportion of the senior IT professionals that we surveyed were adamant that the workplace won’t snap back to how it was before COVID-19, and that they expect and are preparing for a hybrid approach to working practices. The pandemic significantly raised awareness around the resiliency of the network and the robustness of security, and going forward, subscribers and enterprises expect much stronger security from their communications service providers and will demand more in their SLAs and expand to other types of service providers to get this commitment.
Varun Kumar from Freshworks, has penned an exclusive op-ed on how customer service agents can be empowered through the implementation of automation software.
As they look ahead to the new term, educational organisations need a powerful, automated, and manageable network infrastructure that can enable always-on, secure, and everywhere connectivity for users and devices. This is essential if we are to continue providing safe, seamless education that inspires future leaders. And while such institutions are always under financial pressure, choosing the right network solution can enable them to do far more with less and retain a competitive edge.
Mimecast Limited, a leading email security and cyber resilience company, today announced the Mimecast CyberGraph solution, a new add-on for Mimecast Secure Email Gateway (SEG) that is engineered to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to help detect sophisticated phishing and impersonation attacks. CyberGraph creates an identity graph which is built to store information about relationships between all senders and recipients. The graph is designed to detect anomalies and leverages machine learning technology to help organisations stay one step ahead of threat actors by alerting employees to potential cyber threats.