Obscure Technologies

Obscure partners with ForeScout

Obscure Technologies will sell ForeScout's technology, which enables visibility and control of network-connected devices.

Jun 6, 2018

Trend Micro partners with Obscure on training

Obscure Technologies will be running courses on the installation, use and operation of Trend Micro products.

May 25, 2018

BUI helps Obscure Technologies with Azure

OT deployed SAP Business One and its main Domain Controller on the Azure Classic platform, but later had to overcome some challenges with BUI's Azure expertise.

May 3, 2018

Standard Bank leverages RiskIQ product suite

The big four bank has selected RiskIQ's set of solutions to automate the defence of its digital presence. [Local rep: Obscure Technologies]


Obscure Technologies announces release of Traps 5.0

This is the most significant release for Traps cloud-delivered advanced endpoint protection to date, say Eila Shargh, Senior Product Marketing Analyst at Palo Alto Networks, and Danny Milrad, Director, Product Marketing at Palo Alto Networks.

Jan 29, 2018

Obscure partners with BlackBerry

The company has signed an agreement with BlackBerry to sell the complete BlackBerry Secure platform in southern Africa.


Obscure announces distribution agreement with Kenna Security

This enables Obscure's partners to give their customers access to advanced cyber risk context technology for determining and remediating cyber risks.


Obscure Technologies signs distribution agreement with Imperva

It will offer the Imperva portfolio of data and application security solutions that protect business-critical information in the cloud and on-premises.


Final countdown to GDPR - are you ready?

The €EU General Data Protection Regulation came into effect on 26 May 2016, and the two-year grace period ends on 25 May 2018, says Justin Lee, MD of Obscure Technologies.


Threat analysis using RiskIQ PassiveTotal

This is able to aid investigations of indicators of compromise with minimal false positives during incident response, says Obscure Technologies.


Obscure Technologies signs deal with Palo Alto Networks

The agreement enables Obscure Technologies to offer the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform in South Africa and the SADC member states.


Obscure Technologies partners with Wombat Security on training

They will offer cyber security education and training for organisations and their employees.

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