Tag: Capture ATP

As Australians return to work after the holiday season, IT teams across the country will be pushing to make sure they are prepared for the implementation of the Notifiable Data Breach (NDB) amendment, which takes effect on 22 February.

It is important to point out that many businesses have had nearly a whole year in which executives and IT teams should have worked together to ensure their business networks are secure.

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History is full of people who’ve labored over missed opportunities. Like all other non-bitcoin-owning people, I am one of them.

I first heard of cryptocurrency in early 2013 and scoffed at the idea that something with no intrinsic or collectable value would trade for $20. The concept of owning a portion of a cryptographic code — and it having actual value — is still hard for many to swallow.

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Security for SMBs

Organizations typically struggle to provide a holistic security posture. There are many security vendors providing exciting and innovative solutions. But from a customer perspective, they often become various point solutions solving several unique problems. This often becomes cumbersome, expensive and unmanageable. Some of the most recent trends in this area are discussed in this blog, which could bring about even further complexity to an organizations security posture.

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Have you been the victim of cybercrime?  If I asked you that question in 2012, you might have said, “I’m not sure.”  But in 2017, I am sure your answer is, “Yes, I’ve been victimized many times.”  That’s bad news.

I joined SonicWall in 2012 and witnessed firsthand the rise of cybercrime headlines occurring on a monthly, weekly, and now daily basis.

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When you look at the most damaging network security invasions over the last year, you see a recurring pattern: leaked government cyber tools being repurposed by cybercriminals. The compromised NSA toolset leaked by Shadow Brokers was devastating in many respects. These were highly targeted tools that many nation states wish they had the operational capacity to deploy.

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Now that Halloween is over and your coworkers are bringing in the extra candy they don’t want, let’s look back at the last quarter’s results from SonicWall Capture Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) network sandbox service. Grab the candy corn and let’s crunch some data. Note: terms in italics below are defined in the glossary at the bottom to help newbies.

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