Network Security news stories - Page 3
Thycotic acquires Onion ID, launches new access management products
Thycotic has acquired Onion ID, a privileged access management (PAM) solutions provider, and has added new products to its PAM portfolio to protect enterprise cloud apps and better enable remote workers.
A winning proposition for critical infrastructure
When is a surveillance system more than a surveillance system? When it not only protects an organisation’s premises but also supports efficient, reliable operations, and health and safety.
Five wine-tasting tips that should be applied to network security
What does network visibility really mean? Much like a blind wine tasting, we need to keep an open mind and trust what data is telling us without being biased by previous results.
ExtraHop brings SaaS network detection and response solution to market
"Reveal(x) 360 is the culmination of a multi-year R&D investment to secure data centre, remote sites, and cloud workloads with frictionless deployment and actionable insights that can be securely accessed from anywhere.”
How CSOs can ensure security and productivity remain resilient during challenging times
The CSO role has and always will involve managing risk, no matter what challenges a company is facing.
WatchGuard to acquire Panda Security
Once the integration is complete, customers and partners will have access to a security platform that bridges the network and user perimeter.
Juniper Networks extends connected security with two new updates
Juniper Networks has updated its connected security portfolio with encrypted traffic analysis for Juniper Advanced Threat Prevention (ATP) and SecIntel for the Mist platform wireless access.
Internet of Things
Forescout revamps partner programme
New programme focuses on improved partner collaboration to solve customers’ most complex cybersecurity challenges.
VMware eyes AI-based network analytics through Nyansa buyout
The addition of Nyansa’s capabilities in artificial intelligence and machine learning will complement VMware’s existing network and security portfolio.
Top internet outages of 2019 - ThousandEyes
The most significant of these outages took place over the northern hemisphere summer and disrupted nearly every top tech company in some fashion.
How internet networks and cybersecurity will change in 2020
More SaaS companies and cloud-based service providers will create private backbone networks to optimise their own network traffic instead of relying on the unpredictable public Internet.
Successful cloud transformation requires collaboration on network strategy
An organisation’s security team must be invited to the table when a transformation project is in the early planning stages, Zscaler says.
Security Operations Centre / SOC
Why network data is key to a successful Security Operations Centre
Cloud and mobile computing have made the traditional, perimeter-based cybersecurity model, once de rigueur in all enterprises of size, increasingly ineffective, says ExtraHop.
APT groups conducting more targeted intrusions – Accenture
Analysts now see an emergence of malware executed through web browsers focused on targeting online merchants and retailers specifically.
Securing complex networks with a unified security fabric
The only practical solution to secure disparate, dispersed and decentralised network services is with consistent security services featuring a common operating system, Fortinet says.
Are organisations ready for Zero Trust?
Despite its clear benefits, very few organisations have turned the concept of Zero Trust into a security practice, Forescout finds.
Time to give your security setup an end-of-year clean?
ExtraHop reminds businesses that ‘tis the season embark on the annual end of year clean: garages, closets and cybersecurity settings.
Palo Alto Networks adds SD-WAN and DLP capabilities to edge networking platform
Prisma Access aims to deliver end-to-end networking and security services from a globally distributed cloud platform.
WatchGuard launches new ruggedised Wi-Fi access point
The WatchGuard AP327X is a new IP67-rated Wi-Fi access point (AP) with four N-Type connectors to support a variety of external antennas.
Brennan IT launches hybrid secure SD-WAN
Brennan IT aims to offer carrier-agnostic and consistent management of varied environments tailored for individual organisations.
Time to turn the tables on cyber-attackers
Cyberattackers are no strangers to deception and trickery, and emerging ‘deception technology’ is giving the defending team an opportunity to turn the tables in their favour, Attivo finds.
WatchGuard inks distie agreement with Soft Solutions
Soft Solutions will distribute the company’s entire range of network security, W-Fi and multifactor authentication products.
The human eye as a proxy for the future of networking
In recent years scientists have been unravelling the intricate structure and wiring of retina neurons within the eye - Mellanox Technologies looks beneath the surface.
WatchGuard releases new ruggedised network security appliance
The Firebox T35-R provides network security capabilities beyond traditional office settings and to industrial internet of things (IIoT).