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barracuda

 
any of various carnivorous marine fish of the genus Sphaerena, found in tropical waters; they are often eaten by humans but sometimes contain ciguatoxin and can cause ciguatera.
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Barracuda said this strategic technology acquisition further strengthens the company's application security portfolio.
Barracuda Essentials, the company's all-in-one email security, backup and archiving service, saw 46 percent growth in sales bookings year over year.
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Barracuda and value-added distributor Crayon have announced a distribution agreement for the Gulf region.
Crayon will support Barracuda's expansion plans in the region by penetrating untapped markets through its structured business development and product teams.
The maritime security agency had last year conducted the BARRACUDA - VIII drill from 04 - 07 December.
Barracuda's cloud-based solutions enable the company to benefit from the steady pace of IT workload migrating from on-premise infrastructure to the cloud.
By analyzing data collected from its endpoints globally, Barracuda Security Insight helps determine the current cybersecurity threat level based on email, network, and web traffic flows.
Amazon shows a list price on the BarraCuda Pro of $525, according to PCMag , with the IronWolf variant at $487 and the IronWolf Pro at $530.
While the origins of the attack are still unknown, Barracuda did note that the largest volume of the emails appeared to come from Vietnam, with other significant sources of the attack including India, Columbia, Turkey and Greece.
Since last year, Data Unit is the only Premier Partner, which is the highest possible partnership level, of Barracuda Networks in Belgium.
Immediately, a 40-inch-plus barracuda jets out of nowhere and takes up the chase.