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How to stop attackers from moving laterally through your network

One of the most important goals in every threat actor’s plans is to move laterally through a victim’s network after it has been initially...

Software supply chain issues worry IT leaders: BlackBerry

Organizations are increasingly finding serious cyber security issues in their software supply chain, according to a recent survey by BlackBerry. Just over three-quarters of...

BlackBerry secure communication suite gets the nod for NATO networks

The BlackBerry SecuSuite for Government communication platform has gained another certificate of trust, this time from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Communications and...

Proposed telecom cybersecurity law gives Canadian government too much secret power: Researcher

Last summer, the federal government proposed changes to the Telecommunications Act that it says will force Canadian telecom providers to toughen cybersecurity. However, a researcher...

Channel Bytes October 21, 2022 – Versapay Payments for Dynamics 365 now on AppSource; Nylas partners with UpStack on channel program; Mandiant launches Breach...

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Fireside chat at MapleSEC: IOSecure CEO on lessons learned

Tom Jacoby could write a book about what he has learned and experienced in the cybersecurity space over the past almost 30 years. The...

MapleSEC session examines how best to end email havoc

It is both a daunting and alarming figure. Over the course of 2022, according to Statista, it is estimated that a staggering 333.2 billion...

Total business spend on SIEM to exceed US$6.4 billion globally by 2027: Juniper Research

UK-based market research company Juniper Research predicts in a new study that total business spend in Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) will exceed...

CISOs must be proactive in their cyber strategies, MapleSEC conference told

Infosec pros should be more aggressive in their cybersecurity strategies, an expert told this week’s MapleSEC conference. That doesn’t mean hacking back or going after...

Coffee Briefing October 18, 2022 – eCommerce fraud to increase; App created to connect displaced Ukrainians; Endor Labs launches;

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. Today’s Coffee Briefing is delivered by IT World Canada’s editorial team! Missed last week’s Coffee...

Channel Bytes October 14, 2022 – New CEO at Five9; SI leaders for enterprise 5G; Proofpoint integrates with Microsoft Defender; and more

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Channel Bytes September 30, 2022 – ESET launches new solutions for MSPs; Firewall sales surge in Q2; Customer transaction experience can hurt cash flow;...

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Infosec leaders deferring transformation, consolidating tools as fears of recession increase

As interest rates rise and profits slow in Canada and the U.S., a number of chief executive officers (CEOs) are telling managers — including...

MSE’s zeroing in on three key top technology priorities: Gartner

Security and risk management, application and integration strategies, and infrastructure and operations are the top three technology priorities for midsize enterprises (MSEs) in 2022,...

CIRA announces off-network protection for DNS Firewall

The Canadian Internet Registration Association (CIRA) has announced a new extension for its DNS Firewall service. It now includes off-network protection for users who...

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