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Key threats businesses must be vigilant against – LogRhythm
At home and abroad, companies anticipate cyber-crime will be the most disruptive economic crime of 2019 and 2020.
LogRhythm SIEM named Gartner Customer Choice
This is the third consecutive time LogRhythm been recognised as a Customers’ Choice, which is determined based on independently verified feedback and ratings
LogRhythm appoints First Nations cybersecurity reseller
Baidam Solutions is the first Indigenous IT security company in Queensland and services enterprise, Government, and not-for-profit organisations.
On the ground at the first Chillisoft CybersecCon
Experts and partners came together to boost the message that despite our ‘she’ll be right’ attitude, “Cyber attacks have no geographical bounds.”
Experts comment on Aus Parliament breach
Late last week, Australian security agencies reported they were looking into a security breach of the Federal Parliament’s network.
LogRhythm: Foster a culture of cybersecurity awareness
According to the Australian Cyber Security Centre, the danger to local organisations has never been greater.
Interview: Chillisoft and LogRhythm ready for the NZ channel
ChannelLife talks with Chillisoft CEO Alex Teh and LogRhythm A/NZ sales director Simon Howe about their plans for Kiwi cybersecurity partners.
Chillisoft nabs LogRhythm as next major vendor
Chillisoft signs on the global SIEM provider as it continues to expand its solution portfolio for the growing cybersecurity market.
LogRhythm promotes from within for APAC sales director role
Simon Howe, who served as A/NZ director of sales, has taken up the role.
5 IT vendors weigh in on budget announcement
Leaders from Ricoh Australia, WatchGuard Technologies, 8x8, LogRhythm, and Snowflake Computing give us their view on the recent budget.
LogRhythm divulges eight key predictions for cybersecurity in 2018
The predictions for the new year include both good news and bad news, like the biggest data breach settlement of all time and increased awareness.
The 2017-18 Budget: Here’s what Aussie’s cyber security vendors think
The Australian Budget dropped on Tuesday evening, and as per usual, there will be winners and losers - here is the POV from some top IT vendors.
Exclusive: NSP taking LogRhythm SIEM to SMB market with security-as-a-service offering
Network and system integrator NSP is gearing up to launch a new security-as-a-service offering, which takes LogRhythm's SIEM to the SMB market.
The next big cyber attack target: Education?
The education industry has a plethora of data that cyber criminals want, and institutions are not doing an adequate job of securing all their systems.
Is your company at risk due to a lack of data security enforcement?
A lack corporate data security enforcement is putting Australian businesses at risk according to a survey by security intelligence vendor LogRhythm.
Poor password hygiene putting Australian companies at risk
Australian businesses are being put at risk by poor password hygiene according to a new survey, which suggests education and changes are needed.
LogRhythm ramps up channel growth; offers ‘new conversation’
Security intelligence company LogRhythm is in discussion with a number of local MSSPs as the vendor lures new partners.
WhiteGold secures LogRhythm distribution
hiteGold Solutions has secured the ANZ distribution for security intelligence provider LogRhythm.
LogRhythm on hunt for local partners
Security intelligence company LogRhythm is launching an ANZ presence, with a local channel on the cards.
Acronis completes backup full circle will SMB solution
Acronis has revealed that Acronis Backup & Recovery 11.5 now delivers comprehensive protection for all environments and platforms for SMBs.
Acronis appoints mobility market lead
New strategic move to lead mobility market as company expands across the whole APAC region.
Acronis promises better channel support
Acronis has launched a worldwide support service specifically aimed at improving services for channel partners .
Evolving in a hybrid world
Business continuity is simplified with a multi-layered approach to backup and recovery, using one single interface, details Simon Howe, Country Manager, ANZ for Acronis.
Acronis launches new channel resources
Free educational webinars for all channel partners to be released on a monthly basis.
Acronis introduces free deduplication offer
As part of an effort to help businesses reduce storage costs, Acronis announced that customers who purchase the company’s backup and recovery software will receive the accompanying deduplication solution for free.