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Cisco unveils its top five strategic business pillars for 2018
The pillars were announced at the company's Cisco Live event in Melbourne.
BSA settles $347,000 in damages against Australian firms that used unlicensed software
“Businesses need to remember that unlicensed software, or software downloaded from an unknown source, may contain malware."
How can partners help SMBs avoid another $12.6m in ransoms?
Local SMBs paid $12.6m in ransoms last year, according to a report by Datto - a big opportunity for partners who can offer the right solutions.
Singapore passes Cybersecurity Bill for nation's critical infrastructure providers
Singapore’s parliament has successfully passed the country’s Cybersecurity Bill into law this week.
Pune, India is now home to a Cyber Security Centre of Excellence
Pune, India is the home of a new Cyber Security Centre of Excellence that will tap into the region’s pool of IT and security professionals.
Exclusive Interview - Sophos’ next-level AI security solution
A/NZ GM Ashley Warne claims that this offering will stop never before seen cyber attacks, is easy to sell and will work alongside current systems.
Mimecast doubles down on cyber resilience
Two important hires bring additional expertise to Mimecast, fortifying their cyber defences.
Cybereason announces A/NZ partnership with NEXTGEN Distribution
Cybereason recently opened its newest international office in Sydney and announced two key partnerships.
McAfee named a ‘Leader’ in Magic Quadrant for IDPS
The inclusion of the company in the Leader category is based on Gartner’s criteria, including completeness of vision and ability to execute.
Connexion snaps up local IT service provider Security Shift
Connexion says the deal will be valued at $5 million upon completion.
Three key elements to protect Kiwi enterprises from cyber threats
Executive teams must invest in continually improving security management processes to prevent successful attacks.
New cloud tech helps businesses avoid data breaches
The tech can automate an extensive range of tasks – including incident response, platform administration and, of course, threat detection.
A/NZ kids show their online security savvy
Trend Micro announces the winners of the 2017 ‘What’s Your Story?’ competition...
Why schools need to ramp up their cybersecurity measures
They house the sensitive information that hackers specifically seek, are running a wide variety of unprotected endpoints, and have limited resources.
Asia's safest and most dangerous cities for digital security
NEC says there is evidence that some cities are taking threats seriously, particularly in Asia. Which are the top five safest & most unsafe cities?
Palo Alto Networks pledges support to Aus Govt's Cyber Engagement Strategy
The strategy aims to promote economic growth and prosperity through digital trade while maintaining a secure and free cyberspace for all stakeholders.
Western Sydney University Online takes students inside the mind of a cybercriminal
Western Sydney University Online will offer Australia’s first undergraduate course that will look at the psychological & technical sides of cybercrime
Dimension Data, Deakin Uni & Vic Govt work with industry to boost Australia's cyber skills
Students can choose to take a 12-week internship at ANZ, Deakin, Dimension Data or the NAB after they have completed their studies.
Exclusive Networks ramps up security offering with Singapore lab
Exclusive Networks has opened a Cyber Attack Remediation Mitigation Lab in Singapore to provide interactive training for resellers and customers.
SonicWall reports partner growth and financial success
SonicWall attributes a great deal of its success to its partner ecosystem.
Delegates converge for Singapore International Cyber Week
"SICW presents an excellent opportunity for the region’s public and private sector experts to convene, to have meaningful conversations."
Artificial Intelligence makes anti-malware solutions more effective
“The maturity that the AI model has shown is extraordinary..."
Trend Micro says C-level executives are not prepared for GDPR
The company refers to a survey they conducted that shows some organisations need to be better prepared for when the scheme is implemented.
MYOB says SMEs need to be more security conscious
The company refers to finding from their SME Snapshot study that showed Australia’s SME sector remains unfazed from global security threats.