SMB Security

Cybersecurity defenders getting less confident: Cisco report
Only 45% of organisations worldwide are confident in their security posture as today’s attackers launch more sophisticated, bold, and resilient campaigns, according to the recently released Cisco Annual Security Report for 2016.
Avast targets SEA consumers, SMBs and apps for growth
Avast Software wants the world to know that it is the top dog in the antivirus market – for consumer PCs, at least. And it intends to leverage that to tackle the SMB and apps space in South-East Asia, CEO Vince Steckler tells Keith Liu.  
Size doesn’t matter in cybersecurity: RSA research
While larger organisations are typically thought of as having the resources to mount a more substantive cyber-defence, the results of an RSA survey indicate that size is not a determinant of strong cybersecurity maturity.
Small businesses dismissing mobile risks, overlooking BYOD threats
Many small-business owners believe the BYOD (bring-your-own-device) trend poses no threat to their company, and have no interest in spending effort on mobile device security, according to Kaspersky Lab.
Cybercriminals going back to ‘old school’ techniques: Dell
Cybercriminals still use age-old techniques to exploit users and unpatched software, according to a new report by Dell Security
F-Secure in SME partnership agreement with Jardine OneSolution
F-Secure recently signed a partnership agreement with IT distributor Jardine OneSolution (JOS), which it said would extend its reach to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) throughout Malaysia.
Why security is failing in organisations today
To truly protect organisations against modern threats, the next generation of security has to be comprehensive, simple and coordinated, writes Maxim Weinstein of Sophos.
Cloud-based security: Is it for you?
Sophos’ Sumit Bansal looks at the various growth stages of SMBs, the business concerns they face, and how a cloud-based solution can help.
Sony Pictures hack the ‘perfect APT story,’ says ESET
The Sony Pictures Entertainment hack was an incident that one could only be described as the 'perfect Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) story,' according to Juraj Malcho, the chief research officer for ESET.
Making sense of cloud-based security
As businesses become more globalised, many organisations are leveraging new technologies to give their employees access to information and the corporate network outside the office – which gives rise to new security risks, writes Sophos’ Sumit Bansal, who also offers advice on how to deal with this.
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