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We see ourselves as an ‘MSSP-first’ organisation, says Adi Dar, CEO of Cyberbit

Adi Dar, CEO of Cyberbit – a subsidiary of Elbit Systems and provider of cyber range training and simulation platforms, and provider of IT/OT threat detection and security orchestration – in an interview with CRN, talks about the changing cyber security regulations in India and their impact on the BSFI sector. He believes that Cyberbit can truly help BFSI organisations comply with the regulations and become a dominant player in this market

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SonicWall has announced the findings from its mid-year update of the 2019 SonicWall Cyber Threat Report, based on data from more than one million...

72% Indian enterprises have misplaced confidence that cloud providers’ security is sufficient: Palo Alto

Palo Alto Networks has released a report that uncovers the truth about the state of cloud security among large enterprises in India and across...

Spirent integrates CyberFlood Data Breach Assessment with Fortinet Security Fabric

Spirent Communications has announced that it has integrated its CyberFlood Data Breach Assessment solution with the Fortinet Security Fabric. The integration was achieved through...

New-age cybersecurity company Kratikal unveils email authentication and anti-spoofing product, ‘KDMARC’

Kratikal has launched an email authentication and anti-spoofing tool, KDMARC, which authenticates emails based on security protocols in the email domain to increase email...

ManageEngine bolsters security suite through the launch of two products

ManageEngine, the IT management division of Zoho Corporation, has announced the launch of Access Manager Plus, a privileged session management solution for enterprises, and...

Google sees 18mn COVID-19-linked malware, phishing emails daily

Google said it saw 18 million daily malware and phishing emails related to COVID-19 last week, revealing how the bad actors are working overtime...

Hackers break into open-source Android mobile platform LineageOS

Hackers have broken into the core infrastructure of LineageOS, a free and open-source operating system for smartphones, tablet computers and set-top boxes, based on...

Challenge to find bug in US military satellite a hit among hackers

A cybersecurity competition to spot security bugs in a US Department of Defence satellite and ground system has attracted over 900 hackers, a media...

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