Bitdefender and 5nine have joined forces to hit a `sweet spot’ in the Hyper-V virtualization market in a product that brings the world’s highest quality of protection to companies’ virtual environments while maintaining optimum performance.Read More
Bitdefender and 5nine Join Forces To Hit a `Sweet Spot’ of Security and Performance for Hyper-V Users
Published on 02/24/16 05:00PM
Published on 12/03/15 03:00PM
Bitdefender and Egress Software Technologies have joined forces in a successful partnership that will bring the highest level of antivirus security to the market’s leading encryption services.
Published on 10/23/15 02:30PM
The cloud marketplace is in continuous evolution. As a cloud service provider, you’re facing new challenges every day: new cloud technologies are stealing your thunder, and new data breaches like the (in)famous Ashley Madison case are refreshing security concerns with regards to cloud services. And surely, when talking with potential customers, you’ve faced them more than once. You are expected to answer not only questions about the technology, scalability and cost of your solutions, but also about your security model.Read More
Published on 07/21/15 09:06AM
Published on 06/09/15 02:30PM
Being my first year at Infosecurity Europe (Infosec), I cannot compare it with previous editions.
But the feedback I received from exhibitors and attendees alike in regards to content, networking opportunities and the new venue (Olympia London) was very positive. Although official numbers are still not in yet Malcolm Wells, Exhibition Manager @ Infosecurity Europe, informs us that numbers are up on 2014. So congratulations to the Infosec team on their 20th event anniversary, and in regards to the bigger numbers this year. However, when I review the 3-day event, I don’t think big numbers, I think big picture.
Published on 05/21/15 11:35AM
Antivirus false positives are not always attributed the importance they deserve.
Picture this scenario: you download a program from a legitimate source and when you try to install it, your antivirus stops you saying it’s potentially malicious. What do you do?Read More
Published on 04/30/15 01:16PM
The RSA Conference was bigger than ever, with more participants and more ideas worth spreading. Since this event is the place where the world talks security, we had to be a part of that conversation. So we went there to tell the world the Bitdefender story, but also to listen to the bustling crowd. For personal views on the hustle&bustle of the RSA Conference 2015 and buzzing topics, check out this opinion piece written by our own Darragh Kelly.Read More
Published on 04/28/15 12:12PM
This was my first time at the RSA Conference, so hopefully that will give you some context to this post and some of the points I took away from this year’s event held in San Francisco between April 20th and 23rd at the Moscone Conference, where the world talks about security. And this year they talked in greater numbers than ever with record attendance: more than 700 speakers at more than 400 sessions, keynotes, peer-to-peer sessions, Learning Labs, track sessions, tutorials, forums, cowdsourced talks, and seminars.Read More
Published on 03/25/15 04:00PM
Whether you sell a product or service to companies with more than a 1000 employees or less than 10 employees, you can offer endpoint security solutions without creating an endpoint security application from scratch, hiring a lot of domain experts, or providing a full staff of R&D experts for each security feature. Endpoint security companies are providing full featured client security applications that don’t require you to develop these applications on your own. Driving more revenue, keeping up with the competition, retaining customers, strengthening customer loyalty, and expanding market opportunities are often the reasons companies choose to add endpoint security to their product line.Read More
Published on 02/24/15 04:03PM
Whether you are an industry veteran or a new company that is looking to foster repeat business and loyal customers, delivering a managed endpoint security product can be a good revenue opportunity for you.
Preventing corporate devices from being compromised is a daily struggle. A staggering 220,000 new malware samples are stealing corporate information, taking financial data, blackmailing companies, ransoming corporate data, and creating malicious behavior. You may be a managed service provider (MSP, MSSP), a web security gateway company, IT managed services, or a company that provides products and services to the SMB and enterprises. Businesses that offer endpoint security solutions to their clients want strong products and services to grow revenue, increase profit, and expand into new markets. This article examines different criteria that these businesses should consider before selecting an endpoint security product.