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5 Key Takeaways from VMworld Barcelona

So, VMworld Europe just concluded last week and certainly there was a lot to talk about, from hybrid clouds, VMware’s acquisition of Boxer, Dell’s acquisition of EMC and how this affects VMware (it doesn’t according to Dell CEO Michael Dell), VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger’s keynote where he highlighted the five imperatives of the digital business and also called out of some enterprises for lack of agility (“Elephants must learn to dance”) and of course, security, which seemed to be integrated into almost every topic at the event.

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GuardiCore Data Center Security Suite is Generally Available

Today we announced the general availability of the GuardiCore Data Center Security suite.

We are very excited to bring our solution to market, and feel we will be able to provide much needed help for organizations that are struggling to withstand the onslaught of cyber attacks.

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GuardiCore Announces General Availability of its Data Center Security Suite

New Breed of Security Solution Detects Active Breaches inside Data Centers and Clouds Where Legacy Approaches Fall Short

San Francisco, CA – GuardiCore, a leader in internal data center security, today announced availability of its security solution that leverages advanced threat deception technology and a proactive honeypot approach to protect enterprise data centers and clouds from advanced threats that are increasingly breaching legacy security defenses. The GuardiCore Data Center Security Suite is built from the ground up for today’s modern data centers and clouds, providing unparalleled visibility, active breach detection and real-time response for both virtual and physical environments, and scales to support the performance requirements for high traffic data center environments. Read more

5 Reasons Why Ransomware Will Attack Data Centers

In the first part of our blog about ransomware, we reviewed its history and examined how ransomware had advanced technologically over time. In this post we would like to discuss the future of this cyber attack and suggest that it will increasingly target corporate data centers with APT-based campaigns.

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GuardiCore, Internal Data Center Security Leader, Expands Executive Leadership; Appointing VP Products and VP Sales EMEA

Industry veterans from Check Point, Imperva, IXIA and CTERA Join GuardiCore to Accelerate Expansion of Data Center Active Attack Security

Tel Aviv, Israel – GuardiCore, the internal data center breach detection and response innovator, today announced the appointment of two industry leaders who will accelerate the growth and the market adoption of its solution. GuardiCore’s product detects, analyzes and responds in real time to threats after they have penetrated the perimeter. In advance of the general availability of its product, the company today announces Sharon Besser joining as Vice President, Products and Herve Bourgeois joining as Vice President, Sales, EMEA. Read more

Most Companies Take over Six Months to Detect Data Breaches

New research suggests the average financial or commercial business face multiple attacks per month — and it takes months for data breaches to be detected. A new cybersecurity report conducted by the Ponemon Institute on behalf of Arbor Networks suggests it is not only cyberattack events which place sensitive data and corporate networks at risk. Instead, the time it takes for businesses to detect a data breach once it occurs gives threat actors plenty of time to conduct surveillance, steal data and spy upon victim companies — pushing up the cost of cyberattacks.

GuardiCore Raises $11 Million for Data Center Security in Financing Round Led by Battery Ventures

Advanced, Scalable Network Security Protects Modern Data Centers from Cyber-attacks

Tel Aviv, Israel – GuardiCore, a startup developing innovative security solutions for modern data centers, today announced that it has closed an $11 million round of funding led by Battery Ventures, with participation from Greylock IL and undisclosed strategic investors. As part of the investment, Battery general partner Scott Tobin will join GuardiCore’s board. The company will use the venture funding to expand, productize and sell its technology, which tracks and eliminates intruders inside data center networks. Read more