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OpenText launches CE 22.3 to fuel cloud information management innovation

Information management company OpenText has announced OpenText Cloud Editions 22.3 (CE 22.3), designed to provide customers with the flexibility to operate on a private or public cloud through...

Channel Bytes August 5, 2022 – Extreme Networks enhances partner program; Cisco re-org with Nightingale’s departure; Next Pathway partners with Microsoft; and more

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Continuous scanning key to keeping SMBs safe: Report

The goal of implementing Zero Trust security is finding its way into small and medium sized business (SMB) environments, and a vital step involves...

U.S.-based cyber insurance broker expands to Canada, seeks MSPs, VARs as partners

Small and mid-sized Canadian organizations have a new choice for cybersecurity advice. DataStream Insurance, a California-based brokerage that specializes in cyber insurance coverage, has begun...

U.S., Canada urged to toughen fight against commercial spyware

U.S. government intelligence employees should be banned for life from working for "foreign offensive operators" as one means of fighting commercial spyware, a member...

Channel Bytes July 29, 2022 – D&H becomes authorized Microsoft CSP program provider; OSF Digital acquires Aarin; Checkmarx launches MSSP program; and more

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Average cost of a data breach to Canadian firms studied hit $7 million, says IBM

The average cost of a data breach is still going up, according to a new survey. The 25 Canadian companies that suffered a breach in...

PrestaShop urges administrators to update application to close vulnerabilities

Administrators of e-commerce sites using the open-source PrestaShop platform have been warned to update the application immediately to close serious vulnerabilities. PrestaShop says it first...

More conditions may be imposed on telcos as result of Rogers outage, says government

The federal government may impose more conditions on telecommunications providers to improve their resiliency as the investigation into the huge July 8 Rogers outage...

Public explanation of Rogers outage has lots of blanks

Rogers Communications has filed a 39-page reply to questions from the Canadian telecommunications regulator about the unprecedented outage of its internet and wireless network,...

Canadian Anti-fraud Centre name used in phishing campaign

The name of the Canadian Anti-fraud Centre, a clearing house for police for fraud reports of all types, is being used for a phishing...

Governments must do more to fight ransomware, says insurance industry

Governments and regulators have to do more to counter groups and individuals behind ransomware attacks, says a group representing global insurance companies. The recommendation is...

Sophos channel partners set to play key role in new initiative

U.K. cybersecurity vendor Sophos today unveiled a new cross-operational unit it said is designed to help organizations better defend against “constantly changing and increasingly...

Log4j vulnerability has reached endemic proportions, says report

After investigating a vulnerability discovered in late 2021 in the Log4j Java Library, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Cyber ​​Safety Review Board...

Channel Bytes July 8, 2022 – Computer Charity Golf Classic; IBM buys Databand; TDL acquires Gentek ; and more

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