The Business of Cyber Security
The second question MSPs and MSSPs should ask about Zero Trust is “how can we sell it?” The first is “how can we deploy it ourselves?” View the White Paper
ENEA is acquiring signaling and messaging security specialist, AdaptiveMobile Security. Customers should welcome this – they look like a good fit.View the Briefing
Trustwave was a poor fit for Singtel right from the start. The parent company should move forward with a sale View the Briefing
Vodafone Business is finally making a respectable commitment to security services. Trebling security revenues by 2025 looks achievable. View the briefing
Telekom Security is focusing on the Central European markets of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. M&A activity may even prioritize the U.S. before the big European markets like France and the UK.View the Briefing
All but the largest telecom operators should be looking at deploying the STIR/SHAKEN standard for blocking unwanted calls as a service, managed by a vendor partner, rather than building out their own infrastructure.
Managed Detection and Response (MDR) is a critical cybersecurity service category. Sponsored by AT&T, Secureworks, Fortinet and ElevenPaths, this White Paper guides users on what to expect both from their provider and themselves in an MDR partnership.
T-Systems wants to become Europe's largest provider of cyber security services. This HardenStance Briefing looks at how growing market share in the UK is key to achieving that goal.
The NSS Labs apology to CrowdStrike and resolution of their lawsuits is progress as far as it goes. But it still leaves outstanding the NSS antitrust suit against AMTSO.
After almost twenty years competing with Check Point, Fortinet today announced higher quarterly sales than its long-time rival for the first time.
It's clear from the proof-points offered up in a recent webcast that IBM Security and Cisco are serious about their cyber security alliance. In the near future, though, the partners will disrupt the cyber security market at the margins rather than transforming it.
With Reuters disclosing that Dell is exploring a sale of Secureworks, who's the right buyer for one of the true leaders in cyber security?