Brad Pearpoint stories
Nspire-d purchase brings Advantage to Wellington
Nspire is a networking consultancy firm predominantly addressing government and enterprise and has plied its trade since 2006.
NCSC feed: Advantage adds a local flavour to international security solution
With so many people working from home, the corporate firewall has less relevance when it comes to protecting roaming users.
NCSC, international partners issue cyber security advisory
NCSC issues cyber security advisory with international partners, highlighting 15 most commonly exploited vulnerabilities.
Advantage, SentinelOne partner to bolster incident response
Advantage has announced a partnership with SentinelOne to strengthen its incident response (IR) and threat detection services in New Zealand and the Pacific.
Advantage offers increased benefits with NCSC partnership
Advantage has announced that it has partnered with the National Cyber Security Centre’s (NCSC’s) Malware Free Networks (MFN) service.
Advantage first NZ MSSP to achieve LogRhythm Security Services Authorisation
Advantage becomes first company in New Zealand and second in Australia to achieve Security Services Authorisation from cybersecurity firm LogRhythm.
Interview: Advantage MD Brad Pearpoint talks managed security in NZ
Advantage, a New Zealand IT company, has thrived for over 37 years by evolving its services to meet changing cyber threats including managed security.
LogRhythm announces winners of NZ Partner of the Year Awards
Advantage, Chillisoft, Cyber Research, and The Instillery take home awards at LogRhythm's 2021 New Zealand Partner of the Year ceremony.
AdvantageNZ takes the win at LogRhythm partner awards
New Zealand managed service provider AdvantageNZ has been named LogRhythm's 2021 New Zealand Partner of the Year for the second year in a row.
10 things you didn't know about Kiwi ICT company Advantage
Advantage is one of New Zealand’s most established IT providers with offices in Auckland and Palmerston North.
Interview: Advantage defines the most common attacks against Kiwi firms
New Zealand IT firm Advantage focuses on traditional IT, infrastructure-as-a-service, disaster recovery, and managed security services.