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McAfee customer choice for Cloud Access Security
“This is the second time that McAfee has been named... and we believe this demonstrates our ability to stay ahead of the pack.”
How healthcare can prepare for My Health Record roll-out - Proofpoint
Australia’s healthcare sector is the continent’s biggest cybercrime target, according to a July report from the Australian Information Commissioner.
The five-step guide to securing data in the cloud - IDC
This is especially important with the implementation of privacy regulations such as GDPR.
NTT Security launches web security-as-a-service with Symantec
The service offloads the burden of real-time network and device monitoring, advanced security analysis and security management.
Bitglass and Okta team up to bring identity management capabilities to the cloud
The combined solution leverages Bitglass' CASB solution and Okta’s zero-touch IAM platform to make for a simplified identity and security solution.
Developing a one-two punch for cloud security
When data is regularly accessed from a myriad of devices outside the corporate firewall, strategies to maintain effective security have to evolve.
SonicWall focuses on the mid-market with latest product announcements
“Our Capture Cloud Platform delivers increased value, ease of use and the security efficacy required for today’s cyber arms race.”
Securing cloud platforms in the financial services sector
Organisations in the financial services sector are faced with a unique set of challenges when it comes to IT security.
Achieving better security for BYOD workplaces
In the early days of BYOD, many organisations looked to mobile device management (MDM) for security.
Aerohive enters secure access management market
Aerohive A3 will provide a portfolio of access-management functionality.
CASB Bitglass announces zero-day cloud app indexing with machine learning
Zero-day Shadow IT Discovery works by crawling the web, and several other curated datasets to identify, categorise and classify new cloud apps.