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Private AI models: redefining data privacy and customisation

19 March, 2024 by Luke Thomas*

Private AI signifies a critical step forward towards a more secure, personalised and efficient digital future.

The reckoning on cloud container and serverless security

02 November, 2023 by James Cambell, CEO and co-founder, Cado Security

Ephemeral infrastructure's transient nature has afforded it a 'free pass' on forensic examination in the past, but that window is closing.

Australians being targeted by cloud malware

31 October, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Australians' heavy use of cloud applications has left them as one of the prime targets for threat actors looking to distribute malware.

Sovereign cloud provider opts for SentinelOne

11 September, 2023

MSP and IaaS provider AUCloud has deployed SentinelOne's Singularity Platform to secure business operations and digital infrastructure.

Protecting sensitive data in the cloud

15 June, 2023 by Steve Manley, Regional Vice President ANZ at Palo Alto Networks

Though cybercriminals employ many techniques to access personal information, sometimes data is left vulnerable thanks to misconfigured cloud infrastructure.

IT leaders struggle with complex cloud environments

04 April, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Nearly all senior IT leaders worldwide report having been impacted in some way by the increasing complexity of multicloud environments, research suggests.

Navigating cloud risk in an unpredictable threat landscape

17 February, 2023 by James Coxon, Chief Product Officer at Stax

Cyberthreat is exacerbated by poorly managed cloud environments, which are negatively impacted by human error, a lack of training and outdated systems.

The cloud is a growing target

07 December, 2022

New research from Sophos has found that 56% of surveyed IaaS users have experienced an increase in the volume of attacks on their organisation since 2021.

Protecting data not just an IT problem

22 November, 2022 by Chris Fisher, Director of Security Engineering APJ, Vectra

We live in a time when terms like phishing, ransomware, viruses and worms are part of the everyday lexicon — and not only among IT professionals.

Multi-cloud environments bring new security threats

10 August, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

More than half of Australian businesses surveyed by Thales are finding it harder to manage privacy and data protection in the cloud compared to on-premises.

Safeguarding Aussie data with GDPR

09 June, 2022 by Lionel Legros, VP and GM, APAC, OVHcloud

Going into the fifth year of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), it is time to rethink how we look at data protection.

Thales, Google Cloud step up cloud security

24 February, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Thales and Google Cloud have launched a joint solution aimed at shoring up data security for customers migrating their workloads to the Google Cloud Platform.

What happens when the public cloud goes down?

09 November, 2021 by Shaun Witherden, Senior Channel Development Manager at Datto

As businesses increase reliance on cloud infrastructure for computing needs, they face business continuity issues if their cloud provider goes down.

Aussie, Kiwi businesses failing to secure their cloud data

03 November, 2021

New research has found that 92% of Australian businesses are leaving half the sensitive data they store in the cloud unencrypted, leaving it open to cyber attacks.

Cloud security vendor Lacework expands into ANZ region

19 October, 2021

Lacework has expanded into the Australian and New Zealand market, having hired 23 people locally and appointed AT&T regional lead Graham Pearson as VP and GM of A/NZ.

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