Sophos today announced the results of its 2014 Retail Security Barometer, revealing worrying gaps in cyber security and data protection across UK retailers during the busiest shopping period of the year.
Sophos this week highlighted the worrying state of wireless security in Ireland’s capital city, when it sent security expert James Lyne and his computer-equipped bicycle onto the streets of Dublin to test how safe homes, businesses, and even people on mobiles phones are from cyber criminals.
Sophos today announced the release of Sophos Cloud Server Protection, a high performance malware protection solution designed specifically for servers.
Sophos today announced the expansion of their product portfolio on AWS Marketplace with the addition of a new secure server option for customers on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Recently recognized as an enterprise mobility management (EMM) market leader by Forrester, Sophos today announced the immediate availability of additional security and device management capabilities for the Android mobile platform.
Every quarter Sophos announces the SPAMPIONSHIP league highlighting the worst offending countries for spam.
Sophos today announced additions to its range of SG Series firewall/UTM appliances, WiFi access points, and the availability of Sophos iView, a new dedicated virtual reporting appliance.
Sophos today announced the appointment of two industry veterans to its senior management team: Edie Givens as senior vice president of human resources and Wolfgang Hilpert as vice president of engineering of the Sophos Network Security Group (NSG).
Sophos today announced that it has acquired cloud-based security firm Mojave Networks of San Mateo, Calif. This acquisition will strengthen Sophos cloud-managed and appliance-based security solutions.
Leading cyber security company Sophos today announced the results of its latest research, highlighting attitudes among end-users towards security and data protection across Europe. The research, conducted by Vanson Bourne, reveals that 84 per cent of respondents agree Europe needs stronger data protection laws, but 77 per cent are not confident their organisations comply with the current regulations.