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A New Era of European Cyber Defence – looking ahead to 2023

The increase in hybrid working, a more global workforce and the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war have led to a new era in European cybersecurity. Now, more than ever, businesses need to be wary of cyber criminals and ensure that their cybersecurity solutions are effective in protecting data and effectively securing their networks.  Hybrid working  Hybrid working…
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What is security delivered as a cloud service and why is it important alongside your next-generation firewall (NGFW)?

Security delivered as a cloud service is a collection of security measures which are designed to protect cloud-based infrastructure, web applications and data. Next-generation firewalls (NGFWs) are enhanced with several features which ensure protection against a multitude of cybersecurity threats. However, firewalls, including NGFWs, only protect network entry points. Due to remote working, employees work…
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Next Generation Firewalls – an overview

The list of potential cyber threats facing businesses is growing in size and severity almost daily, so securing your network is now truly non-negotiable. The easiest and most effective way to ensure protection is by installing a next-generation firewall (NGFW) solution. This blog will take you through all you need to know about next-generation firewall…
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It’s high time for Nordic cybersecurity, but improving education and risk awareness is key

During the ongoing war in Ukraine, reports have surfaced detailing the threat of sophisticated cyberattacks on businesses throughout the Nordic region. Fortunately, these reports have triggered a collective effort among countries across the region to ramp up and bolster their cyber defence in response. But, due to a limited knowledge of cybersecurity in some areas,…
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Who holds the keys to your network?

The doors to today’s IT systems and networks are protected with advanced locks, such as firewalls and other cybersecurity solutions. These locked doors and a high degree of encryption are used to protect European companies, citizens and critical infrastructure. In recent years, we have seen debates about the origin and reliability of networks and cybersecurity…
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Clavister’s NetWall 100V achieves ICSA Labs Network IPS Certification

Following the latest ICSA Labs Network Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) security certification test cycle, we are pleased to announce that Clavister’s NetWall 100V has satisfied the complete set of ICSA Labs testing requirements. These include providing protection against exploits aimed at approximately 100 high severity vulnerabilities in enterprise software.  Having provided the requisite protection, and…
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Cyber battle is the new ‘ruse de guerre’ – are your military vehicles ready?

Stefan Brodin, Head of Defence, and Neena Sharma, Product Marketing, explain why traditional armor is no longer enough and why investing in new, cutting-edge solutions is crucial. Ruse de guerre – or ruse of war, is a term that refers to the act of deception or creative, and unorthodox means in the act of battle.…
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Data Privacy Day – Awareness is only the beginning

Privacy is becoming an ever-present word in our vocabularies as we consider the magnitude of data that is now stored online and in increasingly accessible places. Gone are the days where data was stored on paper in dusty file rooms – however, too often we see people forgetting this. Data Privacy Day provides a time…
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2022: An evolving cybersecurity landscape

As we move to the conclusion of 2021, CEO John Vestberg takes a look at the cybersecurity trends he sees developing in 2022. Some new, some heard before but remaining just as vital, organisations are facing an avalanche of cyber threats which are placing data and reputations at risk. Keeping your cloud safe and sound…
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Another day, another data leak: Fortinet and the security lessons learned

In September this year, network security solutions provider Fortinet, suffered a data leak which exposed VPN login names and passwords. The exact number of credentials isn’t known. Fortinet said in a blog post that 87,000 had been impacted, while publication Bleeping Computer put the number at half a million. According to Fortinet, the credentials were…
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