Flow Digital Infrastructure has appointed Amandine Wang as new CEO, with the Singapore-based executive tasked with driving digital market growth.
Anomali has signed a distribution agreement with ACA Pacific to ramp up cyber security reach across Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.
EY is moving ahead with plans to enhance cyber risk management capabilities via specialised managed services in Singapore, underpinned by CrowdStrike.
In the latest beta release of its Edge browser, Microsoft introduced a new feature for IT admins to better secure the Chromium-based app against web-based ...
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As 2022 kicks off, the vendor battle to own the enterprise edge is taking shape among enterprise incumbents, lower cost alternatives, and start-ups.
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Seeing opportunities in the mass move to remote work, cyber attackers are updating their tactics, compelling security leaders to respond. Experts make their predictions about threat reduction, compliance, supply chain management, security spending and more.
Microsoft generated annual revenue of US$120 billion over the course of last year.