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Obrela Partners with TÜV Rheinland to offer advanced cybersecurity solutions worldwide
Obrela Partners with TÜV Rheinland to offer advanced cybersecurity solutions worldwide

New offering for real-time cyberattack protection solutions worldwide Cologne/London, March 19. TÜV Rheinland, a leader in testing, inspection and certification services, today announced the company has entered into a strategic partnership with Obrela Security Industries, a company which provides security analytics and cyber risk management services to identify, analyze, predict and prevent highly sophisticated security […]

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Is it strength, discipline or intelligence that finally brings (cyber) security?

There is a usual comforting assumption that the mere application of a single measure can imply security, just like how armed forces’ presence around an area that has been hit by a terrorist attack can make people feel more secure. But when you need protection from hostile forces, is a single measure enough to enforce […]

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Beware IoT
Beware IoT

  Beware IoT Observing the evolution of the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes apparent that the Internet radically extends its usability from the traditional access points, such as computers and mobile phones, to a plethora of smaller, independent devices affecting users’ daily life experience and augmenting their dependence to data processing. An ever-increasing network of […]

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Obrela Security Industries at MENA ISC 2018
Obrela Security Industries at MENA ISC 2018

For the second consecutive year, Obrela Security Industries took part at the MENA ISC 2018 as a Gold Sponsor. The event took place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. This year’s event addressed the need for effectively incorporating machine learning and artificial intelligence into our new world order to manage the significant gap in the availability of […]

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Obrela CEO – George Patsis Interviewed by Cyber Defense TV
Obrela CEO – George Patsis Interviewed by Cyber Defense TV

Watch Full Interview Following Obrela’s MDR Award at Cyber Defense Global Awards 2018, our CEO, George Patsis sat down with Gary Miliefsky for an interview on Cyber Defense TV. The two discussed on market segmentation and the importance of consolidation and centralization, on why human error is the most common threat when it comes to securing […]

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Obrela wins MDR Award at Cyber Defense Global Awards 2018
Obrela wins MDR Award at Cyber Defense Global Awards 2018

Obrela Security Industries has been awarded the Editor’s Choice Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Award in Cyber Defense Magazine’s Cyber Defense Global Awards 2018. The award, presented at the IP EXPO EUROPE 2018, which took place in London on October 3, 2018, recognizes Obrela Security Industries as an elite Managed Detection and Response provider. Obrela […]

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Obrela @ MENA ISC 2018 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Obrela @ MENA ISC 2018 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

For the 2nd consecutive year, Obrela Security Industries will participate as a Gold Sponsor at the 6th annual Middle East & North Africa Information Security Conference – MENA ISC 2018, which will be held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia at the Crowne Plaza – Riyadh RDC Hotel & Convention Center – November 6th and 7th, 2018. […]

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CyberSecurity is failing its customers

Executive Insight by George Patsis  | Published on SC Magazine UK  There is always a 900-pound gorilla in the room at international cyber-security conferences such as this year’s InfoSecurity Europe 2018 in London. It is the glaring but generally unspoken fact that the cyber-security industry has not only failed itself and its customers. It has managed […]

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Evolving technologies will allow managing cyber risk (rather than threat)
Evolving technologies will allow managing cyber risk (rather than threat)

Executive Insight by George Patsis  | Published on SC Magazine UK  Though long-term estimates are notoriously tough to pin down, contested assessments on the cost of cyber attacks range from approximately £300 billion for 2014 to more than £2.2 trillion by 2020 (a figure, if true, larger than the global illegal drugs market). Despite the fact […]

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