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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.


Trend Micro launches Cloud One data centre in Sydney

23 September, 2021

Trend Micro Incorporated has launched a Cloud One regional data centre in Sydney, to allow Australian customers and partners to keep data on-shore.


Pushing to the Edge with Hybrid Cloud

01 September, 2021

How to build and connect digital infrastructure with hybrid multicloud at the edge.


Nearly half of cloud privileges are misconfigured

02 August, 2021 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Organisations are exposing themselves to unnecessary risk by maintaining misconfigured and unmonitored cloud accounts, according to research from Varonis.


Attivo expands IDR portfolio with new CIEM solution

19 July, 2021

Attivo Networks has launched a new CIEM solution, IDEntitleX, to deliver visibility and reduce the attack surface for identities and entitlements in the cloud.


Is rising cloud adoption leaving business data insecure?

20 January, 2021

Trend Micro has revealed that only 47% of organisations surveyed in Australia and New Zealand are confident in securing their part of the cloud-based responsibility model.


ACSC shutters cloud certification program

04 March, 2020 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The ASD will no longer assess cloud providers' capacity to securely hold Protected government data, following the closure of the Cloud Services Certification Program.


Companies detect only 1% of IaaS misconfiguration incidents

26 September, 2019

Ninety per cent of companies said they have experienced a security issue while using IaaS, but a new report shows they may not be aware of just how many they're facing.


Australian organisations under constant malware attack

08 July, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Zscaler has revealed it is blocking 1.5 million malware attack attempts and 150,000 botnets per week across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.


Misconfigured cloud storage a goldmine for attackers

21 February, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Cybercriminals are stealing millions of records from poorly configured cloud workloads or storage instances each year, according to Symantec.


DHS adopting secure cloud requirements

18 February, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The DHS is introducing new accreditation and compliance requirements for third-party software providers under the DTA-developed Secure Cloud Strategy.


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