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Alcatel strike deal with Family Zone to pre-load security software on devices sold in A/NZ
The deal is set to commence in mid-2018 on a three-year term, with a global rollout upon a successful implementation.
Tech Data brings Lightspeed Systems to A/NZ with new distie deal
Lightspeed Systems is an education technology provider that partners with schools to deliver mobility and management solution programs.
Data#3 and Tenable join forces to expand cybersecurity services for customers
According to Data#3, Tenable’s solutions portfolio and expertise will help their customers detect vulnerabilities and threats.
Expert says thriving IoT security market “shouldn’t surprise anyone”
After Gartner forecast IoT security spending to hit US$3.1b in 2021, Huntsman's Piers Wilson says IoT vulnerabilities are being found all the time.
Sydney's Joint Cyber Security Centre opens in Darling Park
Sydney is now home to Australia’s newest Joint Cyber Security Centre (JCSC), which was officially opened this week by Angus Taylor.
7 reasons investing in mobility is crucial
“Organisations must embrace workplace mobility strategically to drive growth and innovation.”
1/4 of email attacks result in employee termination - survey
IT decision makers indicate that 82% of boards are concerned about email fraud but only 40% of organisations have full visibility into them.
Unisys to build on Dept of Home Affairs' biometric tech to track travellers
Department of Home Affairs has accepted Unisys’ bid to supply biosecurity tech to track travellers moving in and out of Australia’s borders.
The importance of knowing your data to be secure
Risk comes from a range of different places; internal, external and increasingly through technologies like cloud.
Sailpoint outlines deployment options for identity governance platform
The options span SaaS and public/private cloud as well as deployment options via a managed service provider.
Businesses confident about their 'cyber resilience' - but 77% don't have an incident response plan
“Organizations may be feeling more cyber resilient today, and the biggest reason why was hiring skilled personnel."
Former UK security minister warns NZ about importance of digital infrastructure protection
One of the shocks of this current climate is that one’s own nationals are willing to carry out attacks," commented Former UK Minister for Security.
US$250,000 up for grabs with Microsoft’s bug bounty
Microsoft has announced the Speculative Execution Side Channel Bounty Program that is offering up to USD$250,000 to people who reveal novel bugs.
Finally! Your very own AI chief of security
Every day a piece of science-fiction becomes real. Today, it's a cybersecurity offering that learns how to protect you without straining your CPU.
Intel aims to battle cyber security risks at a silicon level
In addressing the vulnerabilities reported by Google Project Zero, Intel and the technology industry have faced significant challenges.
FirstWave nabs first AU distie deal with Ingram Micro
FirstWave says their public cloud security service platform will provide Ingram Micro’s channel with new cloud security revenue opportunities.
Analyst taps Webroot as “trail blazer” in APT protection
Webroot says it was recognised by Radicati Group for its real-time, cloud-based approach to preventing malware.
Why organisations should consider new innovations to secure print device access
“What this means is that the industry needs to look at how to help organisations secure access to these valuable devices."
70% of firms would fail a privileged account management audit
Firms believe privileged account management is important for security - but why are they still doing it wrong?
Tighter data regimes demand action: four steps to cyber security
As China and the European Union (EU) strengthen their data protection regimes, organisations need to reassess their cyber security readiness.
Beyond the breach: How to preserve your customers’ trust
Transactions happen online between two entities that will never see each other. This means trust matters even more as physical interactions disappear.
Could this new distributed ledger replace the blockchain?
The Hedera hashgraph is supposedly faster and more capable of ensuring ongoing decentralisation than the existing blockchain platform.
CyberArk strengthens defenses against privileged account exploitation through Vaultive buyout
CyberArk has bought out cloud security firm Vaultive as part of a move to extend its capabilities in the privileged account management space.
Check Point expands portfolio to continue fight against Gen V cyber attacks
Check Point has been busy crafting a number of security solutions for its global market in recent months.