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Sekuro launches Zero Trust consulting service on AWS

16 February, 2024 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Sekuro has partnered with vendors CrowdStrike, Zscaler and Okta to launch a Zero Trust Strategy consulting service on the AWS Marketplace.

The impact of a four-day work week on IT security

30 May, 2023 by Steve Singer, Senior Regional Vice President, Country Manager – ANZ at Zscaler

Security compromise detection relies on an established baseline of behaviour, but how do you establish a baseline when everything is abnormal?

World Backup Day: think like a cybercriminal

30 March, 2023 by Pete Murray, Managing Director ANZ at Veritas Technologies

With remote working and the fast-changing nature of the current cyber landscape, data security for businesses has become an even more serious issue.

Slow growth on zero trust implementations

27 January, 2023

According to Gartner, while most organisations recognise the role that zero trust plays in overall risk reduction, surprisingly few have managed to complete implementations.

We're still terrible at passwords

24 October, 2022

New research suggests that attackers are taking advantage of weak password management to gain access to corporate systems via remote admin protocols.

Claroty finds critical FileWave vulnerabilities

03 August, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Claroty has uncovered two critical vulnerabilities in unpatched versions of the FileWave MDM suite that allow attackers to take over all devices managed by it.

Why zero trust is the gold standard in secure hybrid work

26 April, 2022 by Martin Creighan, Managing Director, Citrix Australia and New Zealand

Digital workspaces have created opportunity and also highlighted a new set of challenges — a tension between effective security and employee experience.

Immuta announces A/NZ expansion

20 April, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Data security company Immuta has appointed Anthony Farr to lead the company's expansion into Australia and New Zealand.

Fastly outage highlights the need for unified IT practices

11 June, 2021

Industry experts have urged organisations to boost their cyber resilience policies, after an internet outage affected many of the world's top websites.

Communications cybersecurity to be top of agenda at CCV

23 October, 2020 by Jonathan Nally

Leading experts from the NSW Government, NIST and the private sector will spearhead the cybersecurity discussion at the Comms Connect Virtual Conference Series.

Study: Employee personal devices pose risk to corporate data

15 September, 2020

A Trend Micro survey has highlighted the risks posed by smart home devices to the corporate cybersecurity chain, as more employees shift to working remotely.

BYOPC to reach mainstream in 5 years

31 August, 2020 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Gartner is predicting that the emerging bring your own PC technology trend will reach mainstream adoption within five years, driven by COVID-19 WFH restrictions.

ATEN secure KVM switches

07 June, 2018

The ATEN PSS PP v3.0 secure KVM switches provide isolation between computer sources and peripherals while sharing a single keyboard, mouse, monitor, speaker set and common access card (CAC) reader between connected computers of various security classifications.

Huge IoT botnet may be used for Ukraine attack

24 May, 2018 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Cisco's Talos threat intelligence unit has discovered a major IoT botnet that may be linked to a planned state-sponsored cyber attack on Ukraine.

Overcoming the human risk factor

11 May, 2017 by Sinisha Patkovic, VP Government Solutions, BlackBerry

A better approach to deploying security solutions is to match existing employee behaviours, rather than expecting people to change.

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