Today, Sophos announced that it has acquired Cyberoam, a fellow player in the network security market.
So we'd like to send out a big "Hello" and say, "Welcome to Sophos, all Cyberoamers!"
Are you responsible for IT security in your company? Do you know how safe your network really is? Sophos has developed a test to help you find out just how protected you are.
The risk of cyberattacks on SMBs has been examined in detail in a recent Sophos-sponsored report by the Ponemon Institute. The report - The Risk of an Uncertain Security Strategy - surveyed over 2,000 IT security managers within organisations employing up to 5,000 people.
It's Cybersecurity Awareness Month, so we've been urging you to get more serious about security.
A number of you have replied, "Where do I start? What should I do?"
Here are 4 free tools to help you on your way...
Last weekend featured more wireless networks than I've ever seen, a flying drone, Python, a lot of Raspberry PIs and a whole load of talented young people - all in the aid of the Cyber Security Challenge.
Sophos has launched a new 'Threat Awareness' forum - a place to discuss anything to do with computer security and share your own personal experience of security threats and cyber attacks.
As a security company, keeping customers safe is Sophos's primary responsibility.
Find out more, and how Sophos has updated its products.
Out of those who reported that they had lost devices, 42% had no security measures in place, and one in five contained access to work-related documents or email. Young, male Londoners, you're the worst when it comes to losing stuff, but take heart: you're the best at making sure your lost gadgets are secured.
Sophos has received reports that some Google searches for "Sophos Technical Support" lead to bogus pages purporting to be official Sophos Support contact information. Remember, Sophos Support provides free support to all customers and partners experiencing any software issues, including the Shh/Updater-B false positive.
Some Sophos customers have reported detections today of Shh/Updater-B. Sophos would like to reassure users that these are false positives and are not a malware outbreak.
Sophos's James Lyne recently auditioned to present at next year's main TED conference in Long Beach California: "The Young. The Wise. The Undiscovered." Take a look and see what you think.
Watch his audition, and let TED know what you think.
Join Chester Wisniewski and James Hilliard for a webcast covering the latest security developments from the second half of 2011 on January 26th, 2012 at 19:00 UTC/2PM Eastern time.
New vulnerabilities are being discovered all the time, and attackers are still exploiting old ones. But how do you deal with the vulnerabilities? Patch them of course.