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Mimecast launches new global reseller program, announces new channel appointments
Mimecast says the new program will offer more rewards in an effort to increase opportunities for resellers to attract new clients.
Mimecast takes leap into A/NZ with local channel hires
“Watch this space,” says Mimecast country manager in anticipation of a “raft of announcements” for resellers in the coming year.
Email: The often ignored factor in strong cybersecurity
A customer-facing organisation will receive hundreds, if not thousands of emails every day, each one containing personal identifiers.
Mimecast doubles down on cyber resilience
Two important hires bring additional expertise to Mimecast, fortifying their cyber defences.
Round 2: New line-up of cybersecurity maestros comment on Uber breach
We covered an expert commentary story of the Uber breach - this is round 2 with Check Point, Barracuda, Digital Shadows, Mimecast, and Webroot.
Experts weigh in on ‘Bad Rabbit’, the potential next WannaCry
Ever heard of Bad Rabbit? It’s the newest form of ransomware causing havoc in Eastern Europe that could be coming your way soon.
It's possible for cyber attackers to change what's in your emails
A newly-discovered exploit called ROPEMAKER allows an attacker to remotely change the content of any email post-delivery.
Internet Solutions scoops two awards at Mimecast South Africa Partner Awards
“Internet Solutions has once again excelled at helping its customers tackle evolving email threats like ransomware and impersonation fraud in email."
Nearly a quarter of ‘unsafe’ emails getting through to user inboxes
There is a continuous challenge of securing organisations from malicious attachments, dangerous files type, impersonation attacks as well as spam.
NotPetya ransomworm knows no boundaries - A/NZ firms affected
Ransomware knows no boundaries: That's the lesson coming from the NotPetya attack that, despite starting in Europe, has spread to A/NZ.
Impersonation attacks rise 400% as email security struggles to keep up
"If a CISO isn’t reviewing its email security solution on a 12-18 month basis, they may be surprised at what threats are getting into inboxes."
Photo Gallery: Mimecast celebrates Australian partners
Dimension Data, Brennan IT, Datacom and The Missing Link were among the winners at Mimecast’s Channel Connect gala awards dinner in Sydney last week.
Weekly Asia security roundup: Check Point, Mimecast, NEC and phishing attacks
SecurityBrief Asia revisits the biggest stories from the week that was.
Weekly AU security roundup: The Government, Mimecast, Acronis, ESET and CompTIA
SecurityBrief Australia revisits the biggest stories from the week that was.
Weekly NZ security roundup: 31c0n, cyber threats, Darknet and Mimecast
SecurityBrief New Zealand revisits the biggest stories from the week that was.
In depth: Mimecast talks email security, insider threats and human firewalls
“The bottom line is, internally generated email, whether staying inside or going out, needs to be part of every organisation’s threat detection."
Mimecast's cybersecurity outlook hones directly in on the ANZ market
Interview: Mimecast has been in a flurry of channel & customer activity since its announcement that it will be expanding its presence into Australia.
Mimecast makes waves in the Australian cybersecurity market
"Our ongoing investment in Australia cybersecurity expertise, local partnerships & regional tech infrastructure has been instrumental in growth."
Nearly half of AU organisations not equipped for malicious insiders
Mimecast Limited recently released new data that reveals the majority of organisations believe they are their own worst enemy.
Mimecast & PhishMe join forces to create Cyber Resilience Coalition
Australian organisations can now leverage cybersecurity support from the newly-formed Cyber Resilience Coalition (CRC), using tech & training.
Cyber insurance not always up to scratch
"With the cybersecurity landscape constantly evolving, cyber insurers will have great difficulty keeping their coverage up-to-date.”