"Thales" Posts

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 15 June 2021

Today’s MSSP news involves Acrisure Re, Blackpoint Cyber, Byos, Check Point, Critical Insight, CyberGRX, FireEye, Involta, Kovrr, Mandiant, Ostendio, Pulse Secure, Radware, SonicWall vulnerability, Thales, ThreatX and more.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 17 June 2019

Today’s MSSP & MSP managed security services news involves Arctic Wolf Networks, ASCO ransomware attack, Keyfactor, KnowBe4, Mainstream, Solacom, Thales & more.

MSSP Benchmark Survey: 90% of Retailers Use Event Monitoring Services

Retail businesses increasingly outsource to managed security services providers (MSSPs), the Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center reports.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 14 August 2018

Today’s MSSP & cybersecurity news involves Momentum Cyber advising ADT on Secure Designs Inc. acquisition; CSPi delaying MSSP platform launch; Cynergistek healthcare momentum; key Trustwave hires; Microsoft Azure firewall beta tests; and more.

Thales Data Threat Report: 75% of US Retailers Breached

Data breaches are on the rise among U.S. retailers, a survey of senior security professionals conducted by cybersecurity solutions provider Thales shows.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 24 July 2018

Today’s MSSP & cybersecurity news involves Critical Start, Gemalto, MetroMSP, network access control (NAC), penetration testing, Pulse Secure, Thales, plus a VMware NSX vulnerability and more.

Thales Data Threat Report: 57% of Government Agencies Breached in 2017

Most government agencies are targeted by cybercriminals & have suffered a data breach, research from cybersecurity solutions firm Thales & 451 Research shows.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 23 February 2018

MSSP & cybersecurity news updates involving All Covered, Exabeam, Kaspersky Lab, Konica Minolta, Meltdown, Thales, Spectre, VioPoint & more.

Thales Acquires Gemalto: $5.6 Billion Cybersecurity, IoT Buyout

Thales acquires Gemalto for $5.6 billion, creating a $4.11 billion cybersecurity & Internet of Things (IoT) giant — assuming rival bidders don’t emerge.