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Secureworks opens up proprietary UEBA through partner programme
With the launch of its Red Cloak Partner Program, Secureworks will engage in a more transparent exchange of raw data with participating vendors.
Iranian govt hackers phishing universities worldwide – Secureworks
The targeting of online academic resources is similar to previous cyber operations by COBALT DICKENS, a threat group associated with the Iranian govt.
Every second counts: The importance of incident response
As the risk of data breaches are not going away anytime soon, and effective incident responses have become paramount.
Secureworks named leader in threat lifecycle services by IDC
The company’s portfolio includes subscription-based, managed and monitored security solutions in addition to security and risk consulting services.
Secureworks announces new pricing model for managed detection and response solution
Secureworks' Managed Detection and Response (MDR) solution combines several Secureworks advanced threat services.
Speed and proactive approach essential for cybersecurity confidence
Just last year, nearly 4,500 cases of malware and ransomware were reported in Australia alone per the ACCC.
Five recommendations for effective cloud security
With these five recommendations for effective cloud security, organisations can reduce the inherent risks associated with cloud environments.
Dell's 2018 customer award winners announced
"They are creating an exceptional experience for their employees, customers and communities.”
How Australia fared through the state of cybersecurity in 2017
As the end of 2017 quickly approaches it means the federal government’s Mandatory Data Breach Notification legislation will soon be in effect.
Chinese 'Bronze Butler' group suspected of stealing IP from Japan
Bronze Butler’s operations suggest a long-standing intent to steal information from Japanese organisations.
Gather around the watering hole: Bronze Union attackers likely based in China
The 'active and formidable' Bronze Union group has been responsible for a spate of targeted attacks on Turkey - how do they do it?
Interview: The SecureWorks detectives uncovering the 'who and why' of cybercrime
What is it about financial organisations that makes them attractive targets for cybercriminals? SecureWorks gives us the lowdown.
Michael Dell, magic & Minecraft - highlights from the Dell EMC World opening keynote
“This unique structure allows us to innovate like a start-up, but with the scale of a global powerhouse.”
'Iron Twilight' hacker group might be part of the Russian Government
The net is closing on the notorious hacker group Iron Twilight as evidence points to links in Russian Government .
Opportunistic cyber attacks most dangerous, says SecureWorks report
“In essence, the industry has not served the best interests of the organisations it promised to protect."
SecureWorks achieves AWS Partner Network's highest designation
SecureWorks has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network's highest designation, after achieving Advanced Technology Partner Status.
Tips to ensure your website is not bait this online shopping season
Australians will spend around $7 billion online in the lead-up to Christmas. With this much money on the line, security is essential.
Planning crucial to minimising and recovering from ransomware
"Although ransomware attackers claim they will give you the key to decrypt your files if you pay, they don’t always deliver."
Are Russian hackers targeting Hillary Clinton?
Russian hackers have been targeting key staff members working for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, according to SecureWorks.
Preparing for cyber crime crucial for businesses of today
“From the smallest companies to the largest conglomerates, organisations around the world are attacked every second of every day."
Dell's SecureWorks positioned for huge revenue growth
"SecureWorks will create new services that bridge the gap in the market between traditional security operations and more consultative services."
Australia key target as banking botnet cybercrims seek new sectors
Banking botnet organisations are targeting new sectors, including cloud service providers, warehousing and shipping as they seek new opportunities.