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Study finds 90% of global enterprises adopting zero trust

12 December, 2022

A new study has found more than 90% of IT leaders in the midst of a cloud migration have implemented, are implementing or intend to implement zero trust architecture.

Investing in more security tools not the answer

28 November, 2022 by Glen Pendley CTO, Tenable

Multiple point solutions provide disparate metrics, reporting and training requirements, making it difficult to unify different risk metrics.

Partnership to protect NZ data centres from ransomware

21 November, 2022

VAST Data has announced that its high-capacity, all-flash platform was selected by Plan B to ensure its data centres remain operational regardless of a cyber attack.

How managed detection and response can bolster security

11 November, 2022 by Jason Whyte, general manager for Pacific, Trustwave

Cybersecurity has evolved from securing endpoints and managing firewalls, and organisations must be more alert and ready to immediately respond.

Vectra launches new security AI technology

20 October, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Vectra's new Attack Signal Intelligence has been designed to automate threat detection and prioritisation for over-stressed SOC teams.

ZTNA vs. VPN: Examining the differences between two models of network security at the WAN edge

01 October, 2022 by John Hopping, Sales Engineering Manager Asia Pacific, Cradlepoint

As enterprise work becomes increasingly remote and workforce diversity expands to include contractors, the security and scalability of cloud-delivered ZTNA will make it an essential part of any enterprise's network.

Australia's brightest cyber talents to share in $10,000 in prizes

30 September, 2022

Entries are now open for the CommBank Cyber Community Awards.

Human error: the weakest security link

29 September, 2022

It's critical to support integrated and ongoing security awareness training that educates end users on how to identify and combat cyberthreats.

Companies rethinking security strategies for hybrid

11 August, 2022

Organisations are increasing investments in technologies that allow them to provide a simpler, more consistent and secure experience for employees.

Aussie orgs still struggling to identify cyber risk

09 August, 2022

New research from Trend Micro has revealed that 48% of Australian organisations feel their cyber risk assessments are not sophisticated enough.

Vulnerability management is more than patching

08 August, 2022 by Nathan Wenzler, Chief Security Officer, Tenable APAC

Organisations of every size across every industry have had to evolve their security practices to align better with how they conduct their operations.

Your IT must have: All-encompassing Digital Trust

01 August, 2022 by Diana Jovin, VP Product Marketing, DigiCert

The importance of digital trust extends beyond the handling of digital certificates; it is an integral part of the security and risk function, protecting companies from cybersecurity threats.

Is Australia finally coming to grips with cybersecurity?

26 July, 2022 by Jason Duerden, Regional Director ANZ

The appointment of Australia's first dedicated minister for cybersecurity highlights a trend that dates back to the beginning of this decade.

Anatomy of a supply chain software attack

21 July, 2022 by Lawrence Crowther, Head of Solutions Engineering, Snyk

Threat actors are increasingly targeting the software supply chain because of the leverage available from a successful breach.

Identifying blind spots: OT infrastructure vulnerability

13 July, 2022 by Dick Bussiere, Technical Director, APAC

As OT intersects with external networks, the threat surface expands exponentially, creating infinitely more vulnerabilities and attack paths to be exploited.

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