Cloud Security news stories - Page 4
Securing the cloud: How to mitigate a deluge of disruption
Although many companies are realising benefits as a result of their cloud adoption, including emerging technologies like AI and automation, only 40% are achieving the ‘full value expected of their cloud investments’.
Bitglass kicks off new year with two senior APJ hires
“I look forward to helping Bitglass change the way people and organisations protect themselves when using the cloud."
Check Point invests in local cloud capabilities in A/NZ
As public cloud usage in Australia and New Zealand grows, the company says it will continue to invest locally to support businesses.
Zscaler rolls out new Cloud Protection solution
The solution, which implements a zero trust approach to cloud workloads, aims to minimise attack surfaces and enforces security across multi-cloud footprints.
Adoption of cloud-native apps high but security remains an issue - report
While most organisations today are using cloud-native apps, Kubernetes and microservices, they struggle to secure and connect the complex environments resulting from them.
Trend Micro launches cloud native security solution for modern applications and APIs
“Application security is an invaluable part of the Cloud One platform, integrating technology to provide superior protection for customers deploying applications wherever it makes the most sense for them."
Data leakage concerns dominate cloud security perceptions - Bitglass report
How secure is the public cloud? That’s what many IT and security professionals are asking as data leakage becomes a pressing concern for organisations and their data protection strategies.
Digital transformation and cloud security top of mind for enterprise
In the era of the coronavirus pandemic, digital transformation and cloud security are the chart-topping topics enterprises want to know more about.
Protegrity rolls out updates to data protection platform
Protegrity has updated its Protegrity Data Protection Platform to better secure sensitive data in hybrid-cloud, multi-cloud and SaaS environments.
Palo Alto Networks extends cloud native security platform with new modules
Palo Alto Networks has announced the availability of Prisma Cloud 2.0, including four new cloud security modules, thus extending its Cloud Native Security Platform (CNSP).
Amazon Web Services / AWS
Trend Micro receives AWS Outposts Ready designation
rend Micro solutions are now fully and demonstrably capable of integrating with Outposts deployments.
BYOD / Bring Your Own Device
Why it’s essential to re-write IT security for the cloud era
Key components of network security architecture for the cloud era should be built from the ground up, as opposed to being bolted on to legacy solutions built for organisations functioning only on-premises or from only managed devices.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - The benefits of converged cloud security
Today, Techday speaks to Forcepoint senior sales engineer and solutions architect Matthew Bant, who discusses the benefits of a converged cloud security model, and the pandemic's role in complicating the security stack in organisations around the world.
No slowing for collab-tech as Kiwis embrace hybrid working
Technology investment and adoption is a top focus for New Zealand firms post-COVID-19, new Poly research reveals.
Cloud breaches set to increase in velocity and scale - Accurics
“While the adoption of cloud native infrastructure such as containers, serverless, and servicemesh is fuelling innovation, misconfigurations are becoming commonplace and creating serious risk exposure for organisations."
Increased demand for cloud computing as organisations look to achieve business continuity - Aruba
The increase in remote working has also created a focus on cyber security for all businesses.
Acclimation signs reseller partnership with Protect4S
Protect4S is a certified SAP platform security solution that, alongside Acclimation, will deliver SAP security services across Australia and New Zealand.
Trend Micro launches cloud solution for Microsoft Azure
“The security of the cloud is a cloud providers’ responsibility, but security in the cloud falls to the customer, which is where we fit."
The 5 most common multi-factor authentication (MFA) methods
While MFA is ubiquitous, it’s far from perfect – whether you’re the business or the end-user. Here are the 5 most common MFA methods, and where each of them falls short.
Businesses move to cloud-based security solutions in a bid to support remote working
Cloud-based security tools are becoming increasingly popular following the rise in remote working during COVID-19, including a marked increase in businesses using such tools to protect of corporate financial information.
Why DX is not complete without a transformed security architecture
Secure Access Services Edge (SASE) is the process by which core WAN edge capabilities like SD-WAN, routing, and WAN optimisation at branch locations are integrated with cloud-based security services like secure web gateways, firewall-as-a-service, cloud access security brokers, and more.
Surge in encrypted malware prompts warning about detection strategies
“If you are not decrypting and scanning your secure web connections, you are likely missing a large majority of malware,” the report states.
Trend Micro ranks number one in Global Hybrid Cloud Security - IDC
The cloud security firm enjoyed a market share of 29.5% last year, three times that of the number two vendor.
Oracle combines cloud automation with comms security in new solution
The Oracle Communications Security Shield (OCSS) Cloud is built on the company’s cloud infrastructure, and uses AI and real-time enforcement to combat the heightened risk of infrastructure attacks presented to contact centres and enterprises.