The global threat of cybercrime is too great for companies not to share threat information among peers, write Sean Duca and Mihoko Matsubara of Palo Alto Networks.
Restricting or cutting off access should not even be a consideration, while threat intelligence needs to grow up and become actionable, security experts tell Benjamin Cher.
Evvo Cybersecurity has launched a Security Operations Centre that will offer cybersecurity services to SMEs.
LogRhythm has announced the opening of its new Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) headquarters in Singapore to support a growing demand for security intelligence solutions.
Being in the pole position can make all the difference between winning the race and getting a mere participation award, and cybersecurity firm Fortinet believes it has all but clinched it.
Due to Singapore’s unique demographics, many of the attacks seen in western countries have increasingly turned their sights to the city-state, writes Limor Kessem of IBM Security.
Many organisations can be too protective of their information, which often leads them to choose to fail rather than change, says John Michael McConnell of Booz Allen Hamilton.
With Windows still holding a dominant desktop market share, Microsoft believes it has a view into security that no other vendor has, and can muster resources others lack, writes Benjamin Cher.
Many leaders across the C-suite are confused about who the true cybersecurity adversary is and how to effectively combat them, according to a study recently released by IBM Security and IBM’s Institute for Business Value (IBV).
Infoblox has announced the opening of its first research and development facility in Asia, located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.