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Hackers speak: Privileged accounts best way to steal data
From the mouths of the hackers themselves, organisations’ privileged accounts are the most attractive targets for gaining access to critical data.
Cylance announces AI-driven next generation consumer antivirus
CylancePROTECT Home Edition uses AI to extend smart, simple security that prevents execution of malware from corporate office to home office.
The need for internet security on your devices
At home or at work, on a mobile device or on a network, Trend Micro covers all aspects of cybersecurity.
IObit & Malwarebytes spat continues as ‘legitimate’ program is blacklisted as PUP
"This example of vicious competition goes against IObit's ultimate mission; to offer the best service for our customers. We may resort to the law."
CrowdStrike’s new APAC vice president says it's an exciting time as revenue soars
CrowdStrike experienced 660% total revenue growth and 675% in total bookings of new business last year.
Cylance outshines competition in AV testing stakes
AI security provider Cylance has beaten five of the top legacy AV vendors in a test designed to analyse unknown and known malware detection.
Carbon Black claims ‘breakthrough’ approach to endpoint security
Carbon Black has eyed endpoint security market, with the launch of a new solution that it claims stops more attacks than machine learning antivirus.
ESET walks away with 100th industry accolade in 'monumental milestone' for security
ESET's NOD32 anti-malware is the first ever product to receive 100 VB100 awards for a single product, achieving a 'monumental milestone'.
Hands-on review: Trend Micro security packages - more than just anti-virus
For a package that’s unobtrusive and that doesn’t strain your CPU or your patience, this may just be the product you’re looking for.
When antivirus fails, here’s how to choose next-gen antivirus
The ineffectiveness of traditional antivirus , which catches less than half of noteworthy malicious events, is causing untold damage to organisations.
Wedge Networks to provide massively scaled Cylance AI security solution
The two specialist security vendors have partnered to provide an innovative new product range.
CrowdStrike brings the power of signature-less machine learning to VirusTotal
CrowdStrike has delivered the first signature-less machine learning engine to be incorporated into VirusTotal's malware scanning service.
ESET picks up 95th VB100 award for NOD32 Antivirus
The independent testing authority published its first comparative review of business and consumer products on Windows 10 Pro 64-bit.
Anti-virus and anti-malware competition to heat up with new entrant
Compared to other areas of security protection, endpoint security hasn't been a hotbed of innovation in recent years. Has all of that just changed?
Security hole in Symantec antivirus exposes Windows, Linux and Macs
A major security vulnerability has been uncovered by UK white hat hacker and Google Project Zero developer, Tavis Ormandy.
Partnership opportunities with one of the pioneers of antivirus protection
ESET began life as a pioneer of antivirus protection - if you don’t believe it, the ESET COO for the APAC recommends having a gander on Wikipedia.
Hands-on review: Trend Micro Maximum Security 10
I remain impressed with Trend’s easy to follow interface, and for me it remains a solid choice for protection from all the nasties out there.
New Windows 10 security solutions from ESET released
Anti-virus security firm ESET has announced the availability of its new security solutions for Windows home users.
Techday's Top 10…ways to stay safe online
Hello and welcome to the first installment of Techday's Top 10, a daily feature offering tips and advice across a wide range of issues within the tech world.
Fake antivirus, mobile malware and QR codes
Fake antivirus products are potentially robbing New Zealand resellers of income, according to AVG.
Aussies face more web laws
After raising a hue and cry with its planned mandatory internet filter, the Australian government is pondering a law requiring ISPs to disconnect users who don’t have a firewall and anti-virus software installed on their computer.