Cybersecurity

  • A10 Networks Delivers Major Automation, Analytics and Multi-Cloud Management Advancements to its Application Delivery Solution

    A10 Networks, a provider of intelligent and automated cybersecurity solutions, announced availability of major advancements to its Thunder Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) with Harmony Controller support for centralized, multi-cloud management, rich per-app analytics and DevOps tool integration. Numerous new enhancements also enable integration with Kubernetes, enhanced Ansible Playbooks and simplified ADC policy configuration with expanded Application Centric Template (ACT) support.

  • Data analytics and cyber security will be key to improving aviation safety

    The importance of utilizing data analytics and improving cyber security across aviation organizations were the central focus areas for day two of the 6th annual World Aviation Safety Summit. The  event is being hosted by the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA), at Roda Al Bustan, Dubai.

  • Genetec Inc. focuses on unified approach to security at Intersec 2019

    Genetec Inc.(Genetec) , a leading technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions announces its participation at Intersec 2019. Genetec will showcase Genetec Citigraf™, a decision support system that empowers public safety departments to build a deeper, data-driven understanding of what’s happening in their city. Genetec will also introduce the Genetec™ Trust Center, a central online repository of educational materials, at Intersec 2019. The Trust Center has been developed to help educates users on cybersecurity, privacy, and security-of-security topics to help system integrators and end-users mitigate risks and learn more about trusted best practices.

  • German politicians breached by a cyber attack: statement from FireEye

    The comment is by Mike Hart, VP of Central Europe, FireEye.

    “This data breach of hundreds of German politicians is alarming, but at the same time it’s not surprising. We already saw what is possible last year when the Bundestag was successfully breached and we’ve also seen high profile politicians hacked in other countries such as President Macron in France and Matteo Salvini in Italy.

  • McAfee Labs 2019 Cybersecurity Threats Predictions

    The McAfee Labs 2019 Threats Predictions Report, identifies rising trends and how they are predicted to change the cyberthreat landscape in 2019. McAfee researchers expect malware-as-a-service families to strengthen, energizing the market for attack outsourcing and the evolution of increasingly innovative and agile attack methods. As a result, corporate data, home IoT devices and brand reputations will be under siege, with cybercriminals largely using social media, the cloud and mobile phones as increasingly prominent attack vectors.

  • Multiple Zero-Day Vulnerabilities Discovered by Tenable Research in Building Access Technology

    Tenable®, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, today announced that Tenable Research has discovered several zero-day vulnerabilities in the PremiSys™ access control system developed by IDenticard. When exploited, the most severe vulnerability would give an attacker unfettered access to the badge system database, allowing him/her to covertly enter buildings by creating fraudulent badges and disabling building locks. According to its website, IDenticard has tens of thousands of customers around the world, including Fortune 500 companies, K-12 schools, universities, medical centers and government agencies.

  • Ponemon-Tenable Study Find 60% of Organizations Suffered Two Or More Business-Disrupting Cyber Events in last 24 Months

    Tenable®, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, released the Measuring and Managing the Cyber Risks to Business Operations Report, an independent study conducted by Ponemon Institute. It found that 60 percent of organizations globally had suffered two or more business-disrupting cyber events — defined as cyber attacks causing data breaches or significant disruption and downtime to business operations, plant and operational equipment — in the last 24 months. Further, the vast majority of respondents (91 percent) had suffered at least one such cyber event in the same time period.

  • SANS Dubai 2019 Helping to Develop Strong Talent to Address Region’s Cyber Security Skills Shortage

    SANS Institute, the global leader in cyber security training, has announced that it is holding its next renowned immersion-style Cyber Security Training program in Dubai to address the region’s growing cyber security skills shortage. SANS Dubai 2019, which will be held at the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Beach from January 26-30, 2019, will feature three of SANS’ best-performing cyber security classes to help participants develop the required skills to defend their organisations against security breaches and prevent future attacks.