Each week, SonicWall collects the cyber security industry’s most compelling, trending and important interviews, media and news stories — just for you. SonicWall Spotlight CEO Spotlight- Bill Conner, SonicWall — 1080 KRLD Radio Bill Conner and David Johnson sit down and discuss SonicWall’s momentum, attack vectors threatening business and what’s happening in cybersecurity today on David’s CEO Spotlight radio segment.
When evaluating a change in how you secure your network, you need to look beyond the upper-right quadrant. It is easy to run to analyst graphs and pick a few cyber security solutions that etch closest to the top right. But is that the right path of exploration for your organization?
The very latest cyber threat intelligence for May 2018 depicts increases in a number of attack areas, particularly when comparing against 2017 cyber threat data. Through May 2018, the SonicWall Capture Labs threat researches have recorded: Global Cyberattacks — May 2018 2 million malware attacks (64 percent year-over-year increase) 9 million ransomware attacks (78 percent year-over-year increase) 238,828 encrypted threats (142 percent year-over-year increase) Global Cyberattacks — Year to Date 5 billion malware attacks (128 percent increase ) 2 million ransomware attacks (299 percent increase) 2 million encrypted threats (283 percent increase) To put these numbers in a more practical light, it’s helpful to break them down by customer.
Each week, SonicWall collects the cyber security industry’s most compelling, trending and important interviews, media and news stories — just for you. SonicWall Spotlight Galix Becomes SonicWall’s First Ever Platinum Partner in Africa — IT News Africa Galix, an IT services, infrastructure management and compliance company, has become the first ever African partner to receive SonicWall’s Platinum Partner status.
Bill Conner has a plan for SonicWall. And he’s already ahead of it. In a recent interview with eWeek, the SonicWall CEO provided high-level perspective on not only where SonicWall is and how it got here, but also where it’s going in the future. It was a candid, one-on-one conversation that really lets the industry get to know SonicWall as a company.
Email is the primary tool for business communications and it’s used across the globe by organizations of all sizes. So, it’s no surprise that email is also today’s No. 1 threat vector for cyberattacks. The cyber threat landscape has evolved to a great extent. Today, email attacks are highly targeted and cybercriminals engage in extensive social engineering activities to learn information about their targets in order to craft personalized emails.
Each week, SonicWall collects the cyber security industry’s most compelling, trending and important interviews, media and news stories — just for you. SonicWall Spotlight Cybersecurity 500 List, 2018 Edition — Cybersecurity Ventures SonicWall is announced as #36 on Cybersecurity Ventures Cybersecurity 500: 2018 Edition List which includes the world’s hottest and most innovative cybersecurity companies to watch in 2018.
As many of you already know, in April I announced my plan to join SonicWall. I am sure that some of my friends in the cyber security industry expected me to join a “hot new startup” someday as opposed to a 26-year-old company. So, I figured I owed each of you a proper explanation of why I decided to join SonicWall at this time.
While we’ve explained the ins and outs of the E-rate program during the five-part SonicWall E-rate Fear Less series, we wanted to use the final episode to explore the common questions about the E-rate program itself and how SonicWall cyber security solutions may be funded via the program. Episode Five: E-rate Fear Less Series Q&A Holly Davis interviews SonicWall software business development director John Mullen.
The latest cyberattack data from SonicWall shows increases across the board for global malware, ransomware, TLS/SSL encrypted attacks and intrusion attempts. Highlighting these new findings, the SonicWall Capture Advanced Threat Protection sandbox, with Real-Time Deep Memory Inspection (RTDMITM), discovered 1,099 new malware variants each day in April. This cyber threat intelligence, which is available in the SonicWall Security Center, maps the behavior of cybercriminals and the tactics they employ to breach the networks of businesses and organizations across the world.