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SonicWall Cyber Threat Report 2022

In 2021, as businesses grappled with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the shift to remote work, cybercriminals continued to build on what they had learned in 2020, producing ever more adaptable and formidable threats. The SonicWall Cyber Threat Report 2022 documents the trends in cybercrime during 2021. Its findings will help your organisation create appropriate strategies to defend itself in 2022. Click here to download the SonicWall Cyber Threat Report 2022 2021 in Review Whilst cybercriminals …

SonicWall Cyber Threat Mid Year Report 2021

SonicWall Mid Year Cyber Threat Report 2021

The first half of 2021 saw the continued rise of cybercrime as employees remained working from home. Now that offices are open, businesses are making important decisions about how to move forward, whether that be via hybrid working, remote working or back to the office. The SonicWall Cyber Threat Mid-Year Report 2021 documents the trends in cybercrime during the first half of 2021. The findings support businesses with insights to create appropriate strategies for cybersecurity …

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SonicWall Cyber Threat Report 2021

2020 was an historic year for the way we worked. Organisations had to close their offices, employers had to learn to be more flexible and employees had to figure out how to work from home. The rapid change in the way we worked provided ample opportunities for cybercriminals. The SonicWall Cyber Threat Report 2021 documents the trends in cybercrime during 2020 and its findings can help an organisation create appropriate strategies to defend itself in …

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Improve Network Security & Reduce Costs With Security As A Service

So, you’ve got tons of bandwidth available. Now, what about your firewall & network security? In this article, we look at how Security as a Service (SaaS) improves business network security and reduces costs. Over the last couple of years, the impact of Gigabit Internet connections has been enormous, with service providers offering a variety of fibre gigabit internet connections (some better than others). Businesses have quite rightly jumped at the opportunity of increasing network …

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Top 5 Network Security Considerations for GDPR

A Quick Overview With so many businesses buzzing around trying to figure out the what/who/where/why/when around GDPR, Datasharp have been getting heavily involved in the network security aspects of this heavily enforceable change. For the benefit of anyone who’s been living in an isolation chamber for the last 6 months, here’s the main headlines around what GDPR can mean: Customer data that is not adequately protected according to the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) could lead to fines of €20 million or …

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Use SWARM to add Value to your Proof of Concepts

The SonicWALL Application Risk Management (SWARM) report is a snapshot in time of the different threats that have been identified and blocked by your SonicWALL Next-Generation firewall (NGFW) appliance. SWARM displays a critical network summary of application and user based data that includes top application traffic, top users, top URL categories and session counts to give insight into the traffic mix on your network. What SWARM offers: Vulnerabilities detected and blocked Traffic distribution statistics by …

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Sonicwall for SME Businesses

Why choose Sonicwall for SME businesses? For businesses with 1-500 staff, Sonicwall for SME offers the market-leading solution for protection against the constantly evolving threats our there today. Giving you peace of mind against: Viruses Malware Ransomware Staying ahead of the ‘network security‘ curve can be a daunting subject for any business, which is where we come in.  We offer a complete network access solution, including free analysis of existing services, gateway antivirus, email security, …

Latest 3 network threats facing SMEs – How FWaaS can help

1. SMEs are now the prime target for Ransomware “Smaller to mid-size businesses have not historically been the target of cybercrime but in 2015 something drastically changed,” says Toni Allen, UK head of client propositions at the British Standards Institute (BSI).  Enterprise-level businesses now employ significant network security policy, making them harder to penetrate. Typically, SMEs purchase network security hardware when they feel it’s appropriate.  The problem is that emerging threats and changes in tactics …