Australian Internet users were the fifth most attacked by spam and phishing lures in 2019, the security firm Kaspersky says, based on statistics it collected during the past year. The firm found that 25.24% of Australians were attacked.
IP surveillance vendor Genetec has updated its Firmware Vault camera firmware update service to cover a much broader range of cameras.
Technical documents exfiltrated from a parts maker for space and defence companies have been leaked on the Web, after they were acquired during a Windows ransomware attack in March.
The global adoption of the 5G network is set to skyrocket in the next five years, with new data estimating that by 2025 the number of 5G connections is expected to hit 2.7 billion worldwide - a growth of at least 20 times from this year’s figure of 120 million, according to one analyst firm.
Global personal computer shipments fell by 8% in the first quarter of 2020 year-on-year, the biggest decline since 2016, despite demand soaring due to the increase in working from home and online education, the tech research firm Canalys says, adding that production and logistical issues due to the coronavirus crisis caused big delays.
Cloud security vendor Zscaler intends to acquire cloud security posture management company Cloudneeti.
SAS reseller and services provider Selerity has, in combination with SAS, introduced Selerity BA – Analytics for Everyone Powered by SAS, a range of bundled business analytics solutions for smaller organisations that want world-class business analytics capabilities.
VENDOR CONTRIBUTION*: Service integration cloud services provider ANATAS has won the Hybrid Integration & API – New Logo Win of the Year category in Software AG Asia Pacific Japan Partner Awards 2020.
Process management and automation vendor Nintex, has announced significant enhancements to its cloud-first process automation solution - Nintex Workflow Cloud - including a "market first" offering, giving customers the ability to quickly and easily create workflows that include robotic process automation (RPA) bots.
Researchers from Cisco's Talos Intelligence Group say that using fingerprints for security is likely to work about 20% of the time. In the other roughly 80% of cases they tested, Paul Rascagneres and Vitor Ventura said they were able to clone prints that enabled them to bypass the security on different devices.
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