Our holistic arsenal fights modern threats across organisations, says Nilesh Jain, India Country Manager at Trend Micro.
Protecting your network from email and web-based threats might be an overlooked responsibility in your current priority list. Here are tips for IT professionals on how to defend company networks against email threats.
Modern organizations must secure the multiple threat vectors on its endpoints ASAP warns F-Secure CEO, Samu Konttinen.
Underground markets offer a great variety of services for cyber criminals to profit from.
Manufacturing companies are increasingly exposed to the risk of ransomware affecting their industrial control systems. CSOs talk about the responsibility on their shoulders to elimate such situations.
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CSO Editor-in-Chief Joan Goochild speaks with Ted Harrington from Independent Security Evaluators about how vulnerable hospitals are in protecting patient health.
CSO Editor-in-Chief Joan Goodchild speaks with Brett Hansen, executive director of Data Security Solutions at Dell, about keeping data safe in an increasingly mobile world.
Avi Freedman, CEO of Kentik, chats with Network World, at Interlop 2016, about why Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are still popular with hackers, why they still work, and some of the signs that an attack may soon commence.
If your autonomous car has to decide who lives - you or the people it's heading for on the highway -- who should it save? Executive Editor Ken Mingis, Senior Writer Lucas Mearian and Multimedia Editor Keith Shaw drive the conversation.
Cyber-attacks cost the IT industry hundreds of billions of dollars every year—and the hammer of security breaches has come crashing down hard this year too.
CSO's Steve Ragan talks with Dave Lewis and Jeremy Nielson about tactics, tools and practices that penetration testers use to find vulnerabilities, and how security officials can catch them.
Some hail them as heroes, whilst others bear no love for them. What’s not going to change, however, is the fact that cybercrime continues to be an all-consuming migraine for the IT realm. Here’s a peek at how Indian cyber criminals compare to their global counterparts.
The complexity of today’s SOC functions means you probably can’t hire and keep a staff with all the necessary training
We have extended our technology expertise to emerge as the preferred security vendor for enterprises, says Parvinder Walia, APAC sales director, ESET.
While Batman and Superman are slugging it out on the big screen, 122 CISOs from across the country’s top IT companies are engaged in a battle of their own. These “un-caped crusaders” have formed a vigilante group to collaborate and take on the bad guys.
The security company plans to work with niche security partners in India, says Alexandru Ionitescu, APAC BDM at Bit Defender.
We could be a late entrant in end point security but the compelling proportion of Cyberoam elevates us as holistic security vendor says Sunil Sharma, Sophos.