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Arcserve | May 20, 2020
The two companies are deepening their ongoing cybersecurity partnership to better protect customers.
The expanded partnership brings together data protection for every infrastructure, including on premises, cloud and SaaS-based workloads, according to ...
NPCore | November 26, 2021
NPCore, a joint venture member of Born2Global Centre, has its sights set on a greater share of the IT security market in Southeast Asia, recently joining forces with Vietnamese IT security service provider Viet Cyber Security. Together, the two companies set up NPCore Vietnam Joint Stock Company, a joint venture which will see them coordinate efforts in the IT security industry. NPCore is an AI-based new variant malware (APT) response solution provider offering optimal security solutions.
FireEye, Inc. | August 11, 2020
FireEye, Inc., the intelligence-led security company, today announced that Sara Andrews has been appointed to the FireEye board of directors. Andrews currently serves as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at PepsiCo.
Andrews brings more than two decades of front line experience defending some of the world’s largest organizations. As PepsiCo’s CISO, Andrews is responsible for developing and implementing the risk-based information securit...
Infosecurity | February 17, 2020
New figures tabled in Canada's House of Commons have revealed that at least 144,000 Canadians have had their personal information mishandled by federal departments and agencies over the past two years. The figures were part of an 800-page document written in response to an Order Paper question filed last month by Conservative MP Dean Allison. No information as to how the data came to be mishandled was included in the federal government's lengthy answer.In total, 7,992 breaches were found...
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