Ingram Micro and IBM have announced a new collaboration to help businesses build, scale and monetise cloud and digital services.
Gaming-related cyber-attacks have increase in popularity in recent months, as criminals look to capitalise on the surge in the number of people turning to video games as a source of entertainment during lockdown.
Kaspersky has unveiled its new Kaspersky Adaptive Online Training, which is tailored to each individual user’s learning needs, as a personal tutor would do for their students.
While undoubtedly, staying home is a safer option in these turbulent times, it does not mean that no threats are awaiting the users in the digital world.
Isopropyl alcohol is considered the least harmful to the oleophobic coating that allows fingers to slide over the screen without covering it in fingerprints.
Kaspersky has recently uncovered a new hacking group that is currently targeting organisations in the industrial sector.
Amir Kanaan, Managing Director, Middle East, Turkey & Africa, at Kaspersky, discusses how the cybersecurity firm has established itself as one of the most reliable security vendors in the IT ecosystem.
Kaspersky has announced the second edition of its Open Innovation Program, which is designed to foster collaboration with innovative tech startups.
SCOPE Middle East, a regional value-added distributor of cybersecurity networking solutions with 18 years long of success, has achieved a record growth once again last year.
A majority (89 percent) of Chief Information Security Officers (CISO) are regularly summoned by the board of directors to provide recommendations for the business, according to a recent study.