Rogue employee of mutual reseller supposedly provided Sophos with access to Cylance's products
Danny Yeowell takes reins of division following departure of predecessor Phil Soane to Fortinet last year
FT report says Intel is exploring options for security business six years after buying McAfee for $7.7bn
Cloud security, endpoint detection and behavioural analytics are all sizzling right now, according to market watcher
Dell executives move to alleviate partner concerns at Dell Security PEAK event
Dell partners say they would take sell-off of SonicWall and other software assets in their stride following Reuters report this morning
The vendor has discovered a breach in its online store dating back to May last year
'Mobile app collusion' can lead to information theft, financial theft or service misuse, latest McAfee Labs Threat Report warns
Murray Pearce to become sole MD of security VAD as co-founder gets set to move back to Asia-Pacific
NTT Com Security executives tell CRN the creation of NTT Security brand is a 'build not a burn'
NTT announces formation of 'NTT Security'
UK boss wants up to 10 new security partners by the end of the year
Organisation claims that resellers ought to focus on offering training as well as technology to customers
Security vendor to consolidate SKUs and streamline workforce as part of plans to save $400m
Digital economy minister Ed Vaizey says results of government-backed research shows there is a gap between awareness and action
Distology, Northamber and Prianto get the nod as cyber-security vendor moves from four to three UK distributors
Security software giant also takes knife to Q4 sales and profit projections
Distributor received email demanding staff must give evidence at court case involving the company
West Sussex-based security VAR doubles best-ever revenue tally but says sales with established vendors such as RSA are down
CEO Gil Shwed claims prevention is better than detection on Q1 conference call
Too much effort being spent on blocking attacks and not enough on detecting breaches once they've occurred, panellists in recent CRN debate argued
PRESENTED BY E92PLUS and HEAT SOFTWARE In the event a customer approaches you in the aftermath of a ransomware attack, should you advise them to stump up or not?
Most feel they would be blamed if a customer is hit and carry out the repair work for free, research finds
Security player partners with cyber security consultancy to offer bespoke cyber defence and forensic services to UK customers