Symantec's CTO Mark Bregman gives an insight into innovative security technologies coming down the line.
Tourism Australia has deployed several appliances to protect itself from spam, viruses and malware. This deployment has allowed the company to improve its levels of service to its mailbox users in Australia and at 14 offices overseas.
Formula One is the most technologically advanced motor sport in the world and from 2007 onwards the AT&T Williams team has been able to tap into the AT&T global network and the company’s in-house expertise, technology and know-how as a worldwide resource at the teams’ disposal.
A botnet infection has led The Leading Edge, a consultancy firm, to deploy a messaging security gateway appliance with spam protection and antivirus. In doing so, the company improved the availability of its business-critical email systems.
The Western Australia Police (WAPOL) recently upgraded its radio communications infrastructure to a secure, encrypted digital voice network with a separate data radio network, in order to better protect the citizens of Western Australia.
Finger vein authentication technology, developed by Hitachi following several years of R&D, uses the vein patterns of one's fingers to verify individual identity.
Established in 1874, the University of Adelaide now boasts a student population of more than 20,000. The university has recently replaced its anti-malware system.
A wave of emails claiming that Barack Obama is refusing to accept the US Presidency is actually an attack carrying the Waledec botnet, say experts from Marshal8e6.
Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines (KCGM), operator of the massive ‘Super Pit’ in the mining town of Kalgoorlie, has replaced its ageing data network with a new network to improve security and reliability.