Satya Nadella's opening address for Microsoft Inspire centered on the theme "Do more with less". Microsoft's largest partner event of the year is a huge two days of information - so we've collected the highlights just for you.
Zero Trust can be implemented with E3 but it can only be scaled effectively, with a high degree of automation, using E5. Mobile Mentor outlines the main security enhancements to a Zero Trust architecture, at scale, using Microsoft 365 E5 licenses.
Legacy security based on a network perimeter, or a castle and moat approach, is no longer fit for purpose. Mobile Mentor outlines how a zero trust architecture can be deployed using Microsoft 365 E3 licences in this second article in the Zero Trust series.
Mobile Mentor is a global leader in the endpoint ecosystem and Microsoft’s 2021 Partner of the Year. Certified by Microsoft, Apple and Google, their engineers live and breathe endpoint security and work tirelessly with clients to balance endpoint security with an empowering employee experience.
Microsoft is offering free webinars to help CSPs protect the interests of their customers with Microsoft Defender for Business. Let's uncover why you should take advantage of this opportunity.
In our Work From Home pandemic world, NTT's Patric Balmer explains what Kiwi businesses should be doing to protect themselves against mailbox attacks.
Microsoft’s Digital Defence Report for 2021 is a sobering read. Over its 134 pages, it catalogues the sophisticated playbook of a global network of cybercriminals.
Cybersecurity specialist Fortinet has pledged to train one million people in five years in a bid to help meet a global cybersecurity skills gap.
As small and medium businesses (SMBs) move to remote work environments, their tools for collaboration, such as Microsoft 365, OneDrive, Teams, and Zoom, create openings in their networks for increased cyber threats. This switch has Cybercriminals seeing SMBs as valid targets that are much easier to infiltrate than larger organisations.
There is no question that the cybersecurity landscape is shifting rapidly and, in turn, cyber criminals are becoming more sophisticated. Incidents such as the recent breach at Waikato DHB point to the evidence of real-world consequences for organisations with dated vulnerabilities in their security infrastructure.
The pandemic, more than anything else in recent years, has confirmed that data can inform better decision making, often with life-saving results.
No one should give in to criminals’ ransomware demands. Investing upfront in security and employee education to avoid facing that awful dilemma will serve you well.
2021 has gotten off to an ominous start on the cybersecurity front, with a continuation of the more sophisticated hacking attacks that culminated in December with revelations about the major SolarWinds exploit.
With half of IT managers across Australasia admitting they are struggling with the legacy of IT systems hastily assembled during the pandemic, it's time to get out of the shadow of Covid technical debt.
The first major independent survey of Kiwis’ use of Internet of Things gadgets reveals strong uptake of smart devices but lingering concerns about privacy and surveillance.
Remember when Twitter allowed scammers to tweet an appeal for Bitcoin on behalf of some of its biggest names, including Barack Obama and Michael Bloomberg? It demonstrated how human weakness can be exploited to potentially devastating effect.
The days of relying on your dog's name, "1234" or the trusty "password" to access your account are long gone, say hacking officials and experts - but what are the best ways to prepare your team for security threats?
With IT security spending likely to be stagnant, companies have to be smart and adopt a zero-trust approach to reduce the risk of crippling cyber-attacks and build resilience to future disruptive events.
New Zealand’s Five Eyes security alliance and the protection of multinational cybersecurity providers are more important than ever as we face increasingly sophisticated cybercrime, says former Prime Minister, Sir John Key.