Ubiquitous wireless access, diversity in mobile platforms and IoT are among the key developments that will shape the security landscape in 2015, says Fortinet.

Wana Tun of Sophos

Companies today face challenges securing their networks against both sophisticated malware and external threat actors. They also face internal struggles with IT misconfiguration and lack of security education among employees. This article looks at the common network threats faced by many organisations today:


CIOs and CTOs in Asia Pacific are finding their jobs increasingly challenging due to the pressure of keeping their organisations secure amidst the rise in cyber threats.

NEC-EDB partnership on cybersecurity

Training programmes will equip qualified cybersecurity professionals and graduates with more in-depth capabilities and skills.

Gerhard Eschelbeck of Sophos

Sophos chief technology officer Gerhard Eschelback discusses Project Galileo and the company’s plans to deliver “four-dimensional” security.

Roy Adar of CyberArk

New threat analytics helps identify anomalies in the behaviour patterns of individual privileged users and systems in real-time.


New portfolio aims to arm organisations with application self-protection, unified network security detection and enhanced log management.

Juniper SRX 5400

Integration of Spotlight Secure with SRX Series enables enforcement rules to be pushed out immediately.

Raimund Genes at CloudSec Congress

Standardisation in IoT encryption and communication protocols, coupled with regulatory controls, will keep deployments robust, says Trend Micro CTO Raimund Genes.

Data centre

The facility is one of four new data centres it has set up in Asia and Europe set up to address customers’ data privacy and security concerns.


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