Security

Tripwire Log Centre log and event management software solution

08 February, 2010

Tripwire has announced the Tripwire Log Centre log and event management software solution that analyses event and change information for continuous compliance and non-stop security.


WatchGuard Technologies Fireware XTM firewall operating system upgrade

05 February, 2010

WatchGuard Technologies has released the Fireware XTM upgrade of its multifunction firewall appliance operating system, with improved security capabilities and management functions.


F5 Networks BIG-IP v10.1 Access Policy Manager

05 February, 2010

F5 Networks’ BIG-IP v10.1 Access Policy Manager module enables IT departments to provide policy-based, customisable access and authentication to web applications for corporate employees (local and remote), mobile workers, business partners and customers.


Preventing data loss from internal and external threats

02 February, 2010 by Craig Scroggie*

Information is the most valuable asset the vast majority of businesses own. Keeping this information safe from harm should be a priority for any company but this is a complex task. This article sets out some steps that need to be undertaken to protect company data.


WatchGuard Managed Security Services Program

12 January, 2010

WatchGuard Technologies has launched the WatchGuard Managed Security Services Program (MSSP) that allows users to reduce IT operation costs while increasing network, application and data protection.


Rethink of removable media recommended

03 December, 2009

The McAfee security company has challenged companies to rethink their approach to removable media devices. By providing a framework for companies to approach removable media strategies, McAfee aims to provide its customers with "freedom through security".


Sophos Endpoint Security and Data Protection with data loss prevention

02 December, 2009

The integration of data loss prevention (DLP) into Sophos Endpoint Security and Data Protection (ESDP) assists users with control over sensitive data.


User security in the office of the future

01 December, 2009 by Andrew Collins

The days of the permanent office cubicle are almost over: users are exploding outwards into the world and taking their data with them. But how do you secure user access in a distributed world, one in which foreign governments are said to be hacking their way into individuals’ machines? Andrew Collins looks for answers.


Voice biometrics can stop fraud

09 November, 2009

Simptel has suggested that the way to stop fraud is for people to demand banks and large companies install the latest voice technology because biometric voice recognition eliminates the need to use account numbers, pins and passwords to perform daily tasks such as banking.


Security company AVG (AU/NZ) in the top ten of fastest-growing companies

02 November, 2009

An Aussie security company has been ranked eighth in the 2009 BRW Fast 100 list.


Secure terminal servers

19 October, 2009

The NPort 6600 series of Secure Terminal Servers is said to safeguard your data transmission security.


Creation of oversighting system proposed by ACS to address cybercrime

13 October, 2009

The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has released a report, by leading cyber-safety experts, which recommends the creation of an independent, oversighting system and an annual auditing process for black lists if compulsory ISP filtering is introduced.


Momentum gains momentum with network management

12 October, 2009

Momentum Energy is a rapidly growing company that specialises in the energy needs of businesses. “In our business, maintaining consistently high levels of service is of paramount importance,” said David Vo, IT Manager, Momentum Energy. “We are entrusted by our customers to deliver reliable electricity and energy services for their businesses. That’s a big responsibility to have and a lot of it rests on having the right tools and resources internally that ensures our servers, networks, CRMs and financial systems are operating at their optimum.”


Crisis looms as dust storm poses security headache for Sydney businesses

23 September, 2009

Remote workers have the potential to cause security lapses for businesses in the current dusty conditions.


CCTV recorder control centre software

15 September, 2009

Bosch Security Systems has introduced an updated version of its Divar Control Center software that enables users of Divar-2 systems to extend their systems with the Divar XF Hybrid H.264 recorders. The software provides an easy and economical upgrade path, enabling Divar-2 users to increase the flexibility and capabilities of their installation and even migrate to IP.


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