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Identity standards needed in the age of digital twins

07 July, 2022 by Nelson Petracek, CTO

The path to operating devices, processes and systems concurrently with digital twins is likely to be rough until approaches to digital identity become clearer.

Schneider, Claroty launch building security tool

22 June, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Schneider Electric and Claroty have launched a joint solution providing a range of cyber-physical security capabilities for smart buildings.

Securing the future of work

08 June, 2022 by Lindsay Brown, VP and General Manager, APAC, GoTo

The transition to hybrid or fully remote work has delivered new aspects in the security equation that must meet corporate standards and requirements.

AgTech revolution leaving sector prone to cyber risks

30 May, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Growing adoption of AgTech technology could leave the agricultural sector at risk of cyber attacks such as side-channel attacks, researchers have warned.

Best Practices for Applying the Essential Eight Framework to Java Security

30 May, 2022

The Essential Eight is a maturity model designed to protect Microsoft Windows-based internet-connected networks, but may be applied to other operating systems as well.

Observability leaders saving millions in downtime costs

25 May, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The most sophisticated cybersecurity observability leaders have been able to slash their downtime costs by an average of 90%, research suggests.

New threats to data and critical infrastructure

13 May, 2022 by Garett Paton, Director Data Protection Solutions at Dell Technologies

Organisations are being forced to confront the evolving threat landscape and respond quickly to avoid data breaches, fraud and ransomware attacks.

Why zero trust is no longer optional

11 May, 2022 by Ilan Rubin, Managing Director, Wavelink

Network architectures that assume all users inside the perimeter are inherently trustworthy are no longer sufficient — it’s time to deploy zero trust.

Australia facing huge spike in WAF attacks

29 April, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Attackers are redoubling their efforts to disrupt the Australian market with web application firewall (WAF) multi-vector and DDoS attacks.

Australian security teams inundated with inaccurate alerts

23 March, 2022

A new report says Australian IT teams are being inundated with inaccurate cloud security alerts.

Unmasking security concerns amid Australia's M&A boom

14 March, 2022 by David Arthur, Security Architect A/NZ

A rapid rise in M&A activity is set to continue, increasing security issues as no two organisations operate cloud environments the same way.

Darktrace secures extended airline contract

26 January, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Darktrace has announced that a major airline will continue to use the company's cybersecurty AI technologies to safeguard against escalating cyber threats.

Merged McAfee Enterprise and FireEye rebrand as Trellix

25 January, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The combined company has taken the name Trellix to reflect its focus on providing a foundation for 'living security'.

Smart buildings targeted in cyber attacks

10 December, 2021 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

KNX National Group has provided smart building operators with a list of suggestions for securing the buildings against an intensifying wave of cyber attacks.

Open Source Hackathon promotes Aussie tech talent

18 November, 2021

The University of Canberra, along with the Canberra Innovation Network and Instaclustr, will host an Open Source Hackathon competition from 22–26 November.

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