Securing web traffic the most significant network security concern for majority of organisations Deception-based approach to enterprise security addresses threats much earlier in attack cycle
Many organisations have a disconnected view on how they are securing their IT infrastructure, according to a recent report by CSO Custom Solutions Group and Oracle, which showed that close to 66% of companies had most of their IT resources allocated to protecting the networking layer.
Cyber threats are constantly testing organisational defences and evolving their attacks to find new ways to evade detection. So, unless organisations are maintaining a more dynamic and automated network response to emerging threats, the general state of readiness is less than optimal, says McAfee.
Wagner tasked with leading business activities across Asia Pacific Reports to executive vice president, worldwide sales, Vince Molinaro JUNIPER Networks has announced the appointment of Hansjoerg Wagner (pic) as senior vice president, Asia Pacific (APAC), based in Singapore.
Global provider of secure IP/ Ethernet switching solutions Allied Telesis announced it has expanded its Kuala Lumpur office, alongside new product offerings for the market.
Securing enterprise information while enabling enterprise mobility remains a pressing issue for CIOs. To address this challenge, Aruba Networks has launched two major products – Aruba WorkSpace and its flagship 802.11ac solution.
Cisco notes results provides a 'reality check' to Malaysian IT professionals 27% of respondents equated visibility of IT department into company's business initiatives to 'a foggy day in London'
It may be taking the lion’s share of the airwaves right now, but the biggest threat to enterprise security isn’t employee usage of Facebook or YouTube – it’s hackers digging deeper into the corporate network, according to a new report by Palo Alto Networks.
Network security firm Fortinet has unveiled its new Secure Wireless LAN solution specifically designed for distributed enterprises.
Network control technology provider Infoblox launches three new products and eyes a bigger slice of the Malaysian market as part of its regional expansion efforts.