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Channel Life New Zealand, Staff | August 27, 2021

Anomali eyes A/NZ channel expansion led by new country manager

Anomali is ramping up plans for its regional channel expansion across Australia and New Zealand, to be spearheaded by new A/NZ country manager Kash Sharma. The company, which specialises in software as a service (SaaS) cyber solutions for organisations worldwide, aims to provide local expertise for partners and end customers in…

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The Cyberwire, CyberWire staff | August 26, 2021

Cyber coup d’état? Outcome of White House industry cyber summit. High-profile events, prominent gangs, and high-volume botnets.

Anomali names new ANZ leader (CRN Australia) Kash Sharma moves from Radware to take up the role.

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CRN, Ben Moore | August 26, 2021

Anomali names new ANZ leader

Security vendor Anomali has appointed Kash Sharma as its new country manager for Australia and New Zealand. Sharma will be tasked with leading the company’s expansion and business growth in the region by building its channel network and aiding with partner development.

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LinkedIn Pulse, John Gerzema | August 24, 2021

America This Week: Is The Worst Really Behind Us? Hacked Vaccine Passports, Spending Slows, Soft Skills, and Olympic Branding

In The Harris Poll fielded July 30th to August 1st, 2021 among 2,026 U.S. adults, we delve into the tempered optimism brought on by the Delta variant, the tech setbacks of digital vaccine passports, the tilt away from revenge spending, what’s catching hiring decision-makers eyes in applicants, and Olympic viewership and…

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InfoRisk Today, Soumik Ghosh  | August 20, 2021

Aggah APT Group Targets Taiwan, South Korea

The Aggah advanced persistent threat group, believed to be of Pakistani origin, apparently was behind a recent spear-phishing campaign targeting manufacturing firms in Taiwan and South Korea, according to the Anomali Threat Research Team.

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Information Age, David Braue | August 17, 2021

The fake COVID apps fooling authorities; Forged vaccination certificates, too.

Security researchers at Anomali last year identified a dozen malicious fake contact-tracing apps that were in fact thinly disguised malware loaders.

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Thompson Reuters, Staff | August 16, 2021

COVID–19 Data Privacy Global News Coverage

Anomali, the leader in intelligence-driven cybersecurity solutions, recently published its latest survey conducted by The Harris Poll. More than 2,000 adults in the U.S. and 1,000 in the U.K. revealed their cybersecurity fears related to COVID-19 digital vaccination cards.

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Built In Beta, Neil Daswani | August 13, 2021

To Stop Data Breaches, We Need to Do This

Existing groups such as the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), and companies, such as Anomali, can work to counter attackers right now. But we shouldn’t wait to centralize threat intelligence sharing before getting more aggressive about detection capability and leveraging existing threat…

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MediaPost, Ray Shultz | August 13, 2021

New Phishing Threat Emerges, Delivering Malware To Manufacturing Firms

Anomali writes that it “discovered a spearphishing campaign that appears to have begun in early July 2021, targeting the manufacturing industry throughout Asia. The tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) identified in this campaign align with the Aggah threat group.”

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