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Software

Paessler adds new sensors to deliver insights into server system health

Paessler announced that it has added capabilities to its PRTG Network Monitor, helping organizations monitor system health and virtual disk health. As a result, Paessler’s PRTG can also now take data from the Redfish System Health sensor and provide insights into the overall system status of server equipment and the status of various components such as power supplies or PCIe devices. The Redfish Virtual Disk sensor, which monitors the virtual disks of Redfish-capable servers and … More

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Verizon enhances its NaaS digitization strategy with Cisco managed SD-WAN services

Verizon Business is enhancing its Network as a Service (NaaS) digitization strategy with the addition of Cisco managed SD-WAN services, including options for 4G/5G connectivity. Automation, artificial intelligence, 5G and Real Time Enterprise (RTE) present new requirements and complexities, which test the limits of legacy information technology (IT) infrastructures. With these new solutions, enterprises can leverage Verizon’s 4G and 5G networks, as well as the network as a service strategy, giving them the ability to … More

Appointments

Exabeam appoints Gianna Driver as Chief Human Resources Officer

Exabeam announced the appointment of Gianna Driver as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). As CHRO, Driver is chartered with creating scalable processes that will enrich the employee experience and enable Exabeam employees to do their best work. She will be responsible for architecting the company’s talent strategy, driving corporate culture and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives, and leading the global human resources function. Driver will also manage the strategy and processes related to building, … More

Police

Massive online crime crackdown leads to 1,000 arrests

An operation coordinated by INTERPOL codenamed HAECHI-II saw police arrest more than 1,000 individuals and intercept a total of nearly $27 million of illicit funds, underlining the global threat of cyber-enabled financial crime. Taking place over four months from June to September 2021, Operation HAECHI-II brought together specialized police units from 20 countries, as well as from Hong Kong and Macao, to target specific types of online fraud, such as romance scams, investment fraud and … More

Windows

After failed fix, researcher releases exploit for Windows EoP flaw (CVE-2021-41379)

A local elevation of privilege vulnerability (CVE-2021-41379) in the Windows Installer that Microsoft supposedly fixed on November 2021 Patch Tuesday is, according to its discoverer, still exploitable. What’s more, it is already being leveraged by malware developers. About the flaw and the exploit Abdelhamid Naceri, who reported the flaw through the Trend Micro Zero Day Initiative, has analyzed the patch for CVE-2021-41379 and found that the bug was “not fixed correctly.” So he created and … More

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Top 5 cybersecurity considerations for file uploads of vaccination records

As vaccination mandates become more common, immunization records are increasingly required across the world. Organizations are turning to the digital space to upload images of COVID-19 record cards as electronic proof of vaccination. Having a web application for uploading proof of vaccination records is a double-edged sword. When implemented properly, web applications save a good deal of time verifying everyone’s health information. But vaccination cards submitted to an online portal can expose organizations and their … More

RSA Security Analytics

Security analytics market to reach $25.4 billion by 2026

The global security analytics market is projected to grow from $12 billion in 2021 to $25.4 billion by 2026, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 16.2% during the forecast period, according to ResearchAndMarkets. Various factors such as demand to discover patterns, prioritization of network-based threats with actionable intelligence to avert data losses, and prevention of onward intrusion, and increasing focus on maintaining regulatory compliance are expected to drive the adoption of security analytics … More

Money

Netography raises $45M to secure the atomized network and boost technology innovations

Netography announced it has secured $45 million in Series A funding, led by Bessemer Venture Partners and SYN Ventures, with participation from existing investors Andreessen Horowitz, Mango Capital, Harpoon Ventures, and Wing Venture Capital. The new capital will be applied toward new technology innovations and enhancements, channel expansion, and sales. Alongside the funding, the company has added two senior executives to its management team, rounding out the company’s go-to-market leadership. Netography’s cloud-native SaaS NDR is … More

Appointments

OneSpan appoints Matthew Moynahan as President and CEO

OneSpan announced that the Company’s Board of Directors has appointed Matthew Moynahan as President and Chief Executive Officer effective November 29, 2021. Mr. Moynahan most recently served as CEO at Forcepoint, a subsidiary of Raytheon Technologies, for nearly five years where he transformed the company’s offerings from predominantly on-premises to a cloud-consumption model and drove record new business growth prior to its acquisition by Francisco Partners in January 2021. Mr. Moynahan will work closely with … More

Appointments

Paul Mountford joins Protegrity as CEO

Protegrity announced the appointment of Paul Mountford as the company’s new CEO. Mountford joins Protegrity following a successful 30-year career in the technology industry, having held senior executive positions at companies such as Cisco Systems, where Mountford ran Cisco’s $34 billion Enterprise business, and Riverbed Technology where Mountford was CEO. Most recently, Mountford served as chief operating officer at Pure Storage, one of the fastest-growing enterprise IT companies that provides storage solutions for SaaS and … More

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AT&T SASE with Cisco protects enterprises with SD-WAN technology and security capabilities

AT&T is expanding its global, managed Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) portfolio to include a new offering. AT&T SASE with Cisco is a converged network and security management solution that connects and protects enterprises with software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) technology and security capabilities. The comprehensive solution includes expert policy design and configuration, and 24/7 network management. With AT&T SASE with Cisco, organizations can accelerate adoption of cloud-based applications through optimized, secure, and reliable digital … More

Acquisitions

Kerv acquires Gyrocom to expand its SD-WAN and SASE offerings

Kerv announced the acquisition of Gyrocom, a fast growing network and security integrator with a specialisation in SD-WAN. In addition to SD-WAN, Kerv’s strategic acquisition brings skills in managed networks and network security, including Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), the rapidly emerging cybersecurity solution. Gyrocom will operate as Kerv’s specialist networking and security division. Gyrocom, headquartered in Surrey, was founded in 2006 by Graham Brown and Ryan Coombes, who had worked together previously at Nortel … More