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Ransomware


As the most common cloud operating system, Linux is a core part of digital infrastructure and is quickly becoming an attacker’s ticket into a multi-cloud environment. Current malware countermeasures are mostly focused on addressing Windows-based threats, leaving many public and private cloud deployments vulnerable to attacks that target Linux-based workloads. Today, VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) released a threat report …

Cryptocurrency

At Google we have an immense aperture into the global cybersecurity threat landscape and the means to mitigate risks that stem from those threats. With our recently launched Google Cybersecurity Action Team, we are bringing more of our security abilities and advisory services to our customers to increase their defenses. A big part of this …

We are in a unique position as 2021 gets underway. With the coronavirus pandemic still very much a factor, cybersecurity priorities have shifted dramatically in the last twelve months, with an increased focus on distributed workforces and the technologies that support them. Risk comes from all angles, with users, vendors, partners, and systems all contributing …

Cloudian® officially launched its operations in Australia and New Zealand, aiming to capitalise on the local need to manage, protect and leverage massive data sets without sacrificing ease-of-access, exceeding budget limitations or running afoul of data sovereignty requirements. Founded in 2011 by CEO Michael Tso—who attended high school in Melbourne—Cloudian has become the world’s most widely …

Cloudian® announced a new solution based on its HyperStore® object storage and the NEW Veeam Availability Suite v10 that provides ransomware protection within an end-to-end, on-premises backup architecture. The Cloudian-Veeam solution supports S3 Object Lock, enabling customers to make backup data copies immutable and, therefore, invulnerable to hacker encryption or deletion. This data immutability—validated in U.S. government certification …