Vodafone has created a new business unit dedicated to selling cyber security technologies and advisory services to enterprises.
Orange has revealed it is in exclusive talks to acquire France-based IT security firm Lexsi.
BT will integrate Palo Alto Networks’ security platform into its enterprise portfolio after the two companies signed a cloud-focused deal.
BlackBerry has snapped up UK cybersecurity firm Encription, and launched a new cybersecurity practice to offer organisations new consulting services, tools and strategies.
The joint start-up incubator formed late last year by the innovation arms of European operators Deutsche Telekom, Orange and Telefónica, and Singapore-based SingTel, has been rebranded as Go Ignite.
Nokia Growth Partners (NGP) has closed a new US$350 million fund for investments in the burgeoning internet of things (IoT) market, taking its total available for new investments to $500 million.
By Yaniv Sulkes, AVP Marketing at Allot Communications
Deutsche Telekom will launch a new security-focused business unit in April as it looks to make consumers and businesses more secure.
TalkTalk said it lost 95,000 customers following the cyber attack it suffered in October as it revealed its latest financial results.
New data has shed light on the impact that the cyber attack TalkTalk suffered last year has had on its business.
Deutsche Telekom’s enterprise arm has teamed up with data security company Covata to win a contract with a German health insurance firm.
Deutsche Telekom’s enterprise arm is adding Norton cyber security tech to its small and medium business portfolio.
Nokia Networks has signed a deal with Nixu to include the cybersecurity company’s services in its network and services portfolio.
Alcatel-Lucent has deployed an IP/MPLS-based communications system in Poland that provides safety information for the country’s maritime authorities.
Vodafone has backed calls from the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) for an open discussion on how to harness big data while maintaining the privacy of citizens.
The biggest security risk to companies is their own employees, a report from risk consulting firm Kroll has concluded.
Luis Alvarez, CEO of BT Global Services, discusses business performance, security, cloud and partnership
German businesses are ignoring the risks of cyber attacks simply because they are reluctant to educate themselves on IT security, a Deutsche Telekom study has concluded.
Telefónica’s enterprise arm has joined the Riverbed Performance Partner Program, while BlackBerry has launched an offering that encrypts voice and messaging from mobile devices.
Enterprises need to be prepared for the number of attacks on their networks and IT systems to increase, according to the Managing Director of T-Systems’ Telecommunications division.
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