Complex, threat-centric, headcount-dependent and myopic solutions no longer meet the needs of today’s resource constrained IT security teams, writes Sumit Bansal of Sophos.
Cybercriminals are increasingly turning to the competitive ‘exploit kit’ market, where other crooks offer them Crimeware-as-a-Service, writes Wana Tun of Sophos.
To truly protect organisations against modern threats, the next generation of security has to be comprehensive, simple and coordinated, writes Maxim Weinstein of Sophos.
Sophos’ Sumit Bansal looks at the various growth stages of SMBs, the business concerns they face, and how a cloud-based solution can help.
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.
UK-based IT security firm Sophos Ltd believes that a new feature it is building into its SafeGuard line, where data will be encrypted by default, will change the way businesses approach data protection.
Sophos’ Wana Tun delves into the common network threats faced by most organisations today.
Most IT security vendors today only offering two-dimensional security 4D security is context-aware and multilayered, to be rolled out in stages
IT security solutions provider Sophos Ltd said it is talking to Malaysian telecommunications service providers on the possibility of offering security solutions for the cloud.
Sophos Ltd expects sales in Malaysia to grow by 25% this financial year, saying that its focus on the mid-market segment has started to bear fruit.