Tag Archives: Security

Exabeam and Pcysys partnership

Exabeam and Pcysys are partnering to enable global organisations to defend against the latest incoming, live and ever-changing advanced attack techniques. The partnership also helps build ‘purple team’ security methodologies and simulation exercises into SOC workflows and improves cross-team communications. “Working with Pcysys, we leverage vast research on the latest advanced …

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Where does JavaScript belong as bots get more sophisticated?

Andy Still, CTO, Netacea discusses how hackers are taking advantage of websites that use JavaScript. We have a bot problem. At least half of all web traffic is automated, and some of this traffic is buying our gig tickets, our sneakers, our plane tickets and our games consoles before the …

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Digital Trust Index

PCR catches up with Ben King, CSO EMEA at Okta to find out more about its Digital Trust Index. Okta, an identity and access management company recently published the Digital Trust Index. The survey captured the sentiments of more than 13,000 office workers, including over 2,000 in the UK, to …

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HelpSystems acquires Agari to grow data security portfolio

HelpSystems has acquired  Agari, a specialist in enterprise solutions protecting against advanced email threats. Agari solutions detect, defend against, and respond to email attacks by using massive data sets, data science, and the power of cloud computing. Agari was a founding member of the industry consortium that developed the Domain …

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Challenges of cloud migration

Frank Crouwel, Managing Director of security technology installer NW Security Group discuses managing migration of CCTV up into the Cloud. Market research, which we conducted late last year, uncovered plans for many organisations to move their CCTV systems into the cloud. The most startling finding was that 71 per cent …

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Big Interview: BullGuard’s Steve Hicks

Steve Hicks, Head of Global Sales, BullGuard talks to PCR about cybersecurity, the burgeoning vgaming industry and the need for greater security and new channel opportunities. Steve Hicks, Head of Global Sales, BullGuard had this to say: How do you see the coming year developing in terms of consumer cybersecurity? …

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Industry opinion AOC: Now you see me, now you don’t

AOC and MMD’s Paul Butler looks at enabling on screen privacy. In today’s world data security is more important than ever before. Educational, financial, medical, governmental organisations are increasingly transitioning to the digital world, where the data needs to be secured with various layers of encryption and with controlled user …

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Adapting to the new security buying environment

Florie Lhuillier, Head of Security at CCgroup highlights key findings from Research that uncovers top vendor marketing strategies to influence buyer awareness and purchasing decisions The COVID‐19 pandemic has created considerable uncertainty and caused sudden and widespread disruption in businesses security operations. Remote working in particular has been an issue. …

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Partner content from Seagate: Capture and record

Jermaine Campbell, Surveillance Segment Lead – EMEA at Seagate Technology explores why recording, analysing and archiving huge volumes of security data requires a state-of-the-art storage solution. In our data age, security has evolved from physical patrols by security agents to a myriad of sensors and systems that offer 24/7 surveillance …

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TP-Link’s new tri-band WiFi 6 Router with IoT protection 

TP-Link’s newly released Archer AX90 is a AX6600 Tri-Band Gigabit WiFi 6 Router. Features include a powerful quad-core Broadcom CPU, protected by the company’s brand new HomeShield security system. The Archer AX90 incorporates TP-Link’s OneMesh technology to eliminate wireless dead-zones and boost signal strength throughout the home. Using two OneMesh …

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