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It is increasingly difficult for Australian IT departments to keep the cloud safe, according to a new report.
Australia's FirstWave has secured a 30-month, $1.14m contract to provide security-as-a-service based on Cisco's cloud security services to help protect Qantas's IT operations.
Forcepoint Security has discovered a new attack campaign involving using compromised Microsoft OneDrive for Business user accounts to spread malware, and Australians are the number one target.
BlackBerry has introduced the Good Secure EMM Suites, a set of mobile security, management, productivity and collaboration offerings for businesses in a user-based subscription model.
The majority of Australia's IT decision-makers view the security of cloud-based services as a major concern, in some instances serving as a barrier to adoption.
Microsoft has made moves to bolster the security of its cloud offerings, while its cloud services have been certified for the handling of unclassified government data.
Organisations worldwide named issues with auditing, compliance and data privacy as their largest cloud security challenges, a survey of Global 2000 companies shows.
Three-quarters of Australian businesses are investing in the cloud, even though many still lack confidence in cloud services.
Enterprise data is travelling beyond network boundaries and outside traditional technology controls, which means that data protection must now extend into the cloud.
Report identifies case for cloud technology in common use systems for airports of the future, while nearly 80% of Australians support the use of biometric security to verify passenger identities.
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A program like PRISM will have limited impact on organisations looking to onboard cloud services hosted in the US, Australia or Europe, according to Puneet Kukreja.