HelpSystems today announced the winners of its 2nd annual Partner Awards. These prestigious accolades acknowledge the dedication and remarkable growth of companies that strive to further the HelpSystems brand in key markets around the globe.
A recent government-commissioned report claims that the average cost of a cyber-breach for medium to large UK businesses and charities is a mere £5,220 – despite other industry surveys estimating this number to be closer to £4 million. But industry experts like Alyn Hockey, VP of Product Management at Clearswift, warn that the figure appears to be misleadingly low.
Marriott International has had its second data breach in less than two years. Cybersecurity experts Alyn Hockey of Clearswift and Kelly White of RiskRecon offer their reactions, in an article published on www.hotelbusiness.com .
Alyn Hockey, VP of Product Management at Clearswift, weighs in on the recent Marriott International data breach.
HelpSystems has bought Strategic Cyber LLC, an "ethical hacker" that does business as Cobalt Strike, in the Eden Prairie company's latest move to beef up its cybersecurity presence.
Investors to join HGGC in backing fast-growing global provider of cybersecurity, automation and business intelligence solutions. Additional capital will aim to propel organic growth and complementary acquisitions.
Skytap has partnered with HelpSystems to bring Robot HA to the public cloud, accelerating the movement of IBM i data to the cloud, keeping it synchronized, and ensuring high availability and disaster recovery capabilities for IBM i applications running in Skytap.
Dan Mayleben, CFO of HelpSystems, discusses topics ranging from how to deal with economic uncertainty to drastically changing workforce dynamics, at the Twin Cities Business CFO Forum.
HelpSystems today announced that its GoAnywhere managed file transfer application, in concert with Clearswift’s ICAP and adaptive redaction product, was named a Security Solution of the Year finalist for the European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2019.
Today GoAnywhere Managed File Transfer received the 2019 InfoSec Award for Managed File Transfer from Cyber Defense Magazine (CDM), a leading information security publication.
Purchase gives IT management specialist added firepower in identity governance, penetration testing, threat detection, and vulnerability management. Read the full article here.
HelpSystems announced today it has acquired the Core Security assets from SecureAuth. The assets acquired from SecureAuth are industry-leading solutions for identity governance and administration, penetration testing, threat detection, and vulnerability management.
HelpSystems has acquired the Core Security division of Irvine, Calif.-based SecureAuth Corp. Read full article here.
HelpSystems yesterday announced the acquisition of MVP Systems Software, the Connecticut-based developer of the JAMS workload management and scheduling software. While JAMS supported IBM i, HelpSystems will count on the product to deliver capabilities primarily in the open systems realm, with cloud possibilities looming in the future.
HelpSystems announced today that it has acquired MVP Systems Software, a leader in enterprise workload automation software
Long-time security expert, Pat Botz, recently joined HelpSystems. Botz goes way back in the computer industry. He wrote the Basic compiler and CAD tools for Control Data supercomputers and then lead the development of CAD tools for its AIX workstation line three decades ago. He eventually became a lead security architect for the IBM i platform, and left Big Blue a number of years ago to start his own security firm, Botz & Associates. Dan sat down to have a chat with Chris Heim, chief executive officer of HelpSystems, and John Vanderwall, vice president and business unit manager for security services at the company, as well as Botz, who now has a senior security services consultant position at the company.
CEO Chris Heim took over one of the Twin Cities’ largest software and IT-services firms in 2014. Before joining HelpSystems, Heim was CEO of Axium Software, a Portland, Ore.-based software company that was sold to...
HelpSystems has become one the largest independent software vendors in the IBM i marketplace, with tools spanning operations, security, backup, high availability, forms management, and capacity planning. A company...
HelpSystems, the fast-growing Eden Prairie-based software and IT services firm, has a new majority owner. HGGC, a Silicon Valley private equity firm, is leading a recapitalization, less than three years after...
Faster, faster, must go faster. In order to pick up the pace of IBM i development, Big Blue has enlisted the support of HelpSystems, with the goal of accelerating enhancements to Rational Developer for i, PowerHA...
A Minneapolis software company has acquired TeamQuest in Clear Lake.