Security operations stalwart Arctic Wolf has taken on more than $400 million in debt to pursue acquisitions in the cloud, SIEM, endpoint and XDR markets. The money will fuel an upcoming launch in the Asia-Pacific region and expansion in markets such as South Africa, Benelux and the Nordics.
The volume of data being produced by organizations is rising exponentially. From
a security perspective, this growth brings a need to monitor and rapidly analyze
data to identify and respond to threats.
Today, Threat Detection and Response (TDR) solutions are evolving to extended detection and response...
David "Hat" Hatfield has exited the co-CEO role at Lacework just four months after the cloud security vendor laid off 20% of its employees. The move will bring Lacework's co-CEO experiment to an end after just 14 months, with Facebook engineering head Jay Parikh moving forward as sole CEO.
Paige Thompson, the Capital One hacker known as "erratic," was sentenced to time served and five years of probation following her June conviction in U.S. federal court. The five-time felon exploited a weakness in web application firewalls on AWS accounts to steal data of 100 million individuals.
There are two types of companies: those that run on data and those that will run on data.
Infosec professionals will perennially be challenged with more to do than time, budget, and staffing will allow. The most effective method to address this is through prioritisation, and in the case of your growing data,...
As organizations utilize cloud services such as Microsoft Azure to release applications more quickly to their customers, they need an effective modern security approach to manage security risk. Wiz helps organizations secure everything they build and run in their Azure cloud by finding and removing the most critical...
Cloudflare has joined forces with 26 venture capital firms to provide up to $1.25 billion in financing to startups building on the company's developer platform. The Workers Launchpad Funding Program will connect developers with investors around the world to scale their startups faster.
Security firms must increasingly follow U.S. government security requirements even if they don't serve federal agencies themselves, says Avi Shua, Orca Security co-founder and CEO. That's because cloud vendors such as Orca often serve businesses that contract or subcontract with the U.S. government.