Australian company Next Telecom is offering technology from global cybersecurity provider SonicWall in its Security In a Box bundle for business clients with telco-grade network security devices and a zero-touch feature.
Security vendor Palo Alto Labs has discovered two new variants of the Mirai and Gafgyt botnet that it says are targeting a flaw in the Apache Struts Web framework and one in SonicWall's Global Management System.
The senior product marketing manager at network security company SonicWall says reverting back to being a small private company has had a salutary effect as partners return and business grows.
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