This Week in Technology

This Week in Technology

By Eric Corcoran
Posted in Technology Week in Review
On June 11, 2024

Monday 6/3

Major Botnets Disrupted via Global Law Enforcement Takedown (Proofpoint)

Per Europol, in conjunction with the malware disruption, the coordinated action led to four arrests, over 100 servers taken down across 10 countries, over 2,000 domains brought under the control of law enforcement, and illegal assets frozen.

Tuesday 6/4

Endpoint Management Upleveled: New device list functionality (Citrix)

Gone are the days of endlessly scrolling. Our new column filters empower you to target the exact information you need with pinpoint accuracy.

The Growing Threat of Identity-Related Cyberattacks: Insights Into the Threat Landscape (CyberArk)

Powerful new identities, environments and attack methods are shaping the quickly changing cybersecurity threat landscape, rendering it more complex and causing the diffusion of risk reduction focus.

Wednesday 6/5

From Cost To Value: The Nerdio Effect On Intune Management (Nerdio)

Nerdio Manager for MSP’s Intune integration not only simplifies device management and security but also delivers tangible time and cost savings that can transform an MSP’s bottom line.

Thursday 6/6

Optimize SaaS and Workspace Efficiency with New Features in Zscaler Business Insights (Zscaler)

With the ability to define up to 32 custom signatures per tenant and identify usage even without telemetry, businesses can gain a deeper understanding of application adoption and usage patterns.

Cisco Beefs Up Its Security Offerings With Splunk, AI Tech

Cisco unveiled a number of security updates at its Cisco Live conference, including integrating its Splunk acquisition with Cisco security, a new firewall series, and new AI-native management for its Cisco Security Cloud.

Friday 6/7

The 4 Biggest Challenges for the Hybrid Enterprise and What CISOs Need to Solve Them (Check Point)

As CISOs contend with balancing security with business needs, they must grapple with strengthening cyber resiliency across all infrastructure while managing multiple firewall types.

Fortinet OT Security and the OPAF O-PAS Standard (Fortinet)

An open automation and control system environment offers many benefits, such as configurability, resilience, traceability, evolvability, and scalability. But security must be embedded into the design of all of these elements.