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Tokyo is now home to a Neustar anti-DDoS data scrubbing center
“As part of Neustar’s quest to end the DDoS attack arms race, we have invested to build the largest DDoS mitigation defence network across the globe."
AU & UK partnership creates secure open banking data system
Australians will be able to download their transactions into a ‘secure cloud library’ that they own and access.
Cybersecurity experts offer critical advice on eve of Data Protection Day
The day is about raising awareness and promoting privacy and data protection - we have 5 experts providing insights, with GDPR a strong factor.
Why Data Privacy Day calls for greater collaboration
Data Privacy Day is a good reminder for organisations to build a human-centric security approach.
Acronis launches free anti-ransomware for general population
27.2% of Australians say they don’t know how they protect their data and 46.6% don’t know what ransomware is.
Why are Australian Organisations so unprepared for Europe’s GDPR law?
Why are Australian organisations, many of whom have customers and employees in the EU, so unprepared for GDPR?
Six questions every business needs to consider to measure their cyber security
For those of you reading this that don’t know your binary from a recursive hole in the ground, it’s important to have a little foundational knowledge.
APAC Cybersecurity trends ahead: The costs of connection
The generally perilous state of affairs in the Internet-of-Things (IoT) arena presents a host of challenges of its own.
Veeam secures cloud market share with acquisition of AWS specialist
With AWS holding 44.2% of the multi-billion dollar IaaS market, this acquisition positions Veeam well for potential further growth.
Acronis strengthens local presence with new A/NZ GM
The company has tapped Neil Morarji to lead a growing Sydney-based team.
Web Werks launches new security and compliance solution
49% of system security chiefs worldwide report that they encountered at least one breach in the duration of the past year.
Guardians of data: Who watches over our information
Controlling who has access to certain information is a necessity in today’s business world.
AI causing consumer concern about data privacy: 61% say govt should take action
Artificial intelligence is causing concern among consumers worldwide because it could potentially infringe on their privacy.
Managing complex risks to protect enterprise assets
There are two major trends occurring simultaneously in the enterprise space but the challenge to fit both of them together can cripple a business.
SonicWall ramps up APJ presence with new GM & sales VP
Wias Issa will be responsible for both managing and driving growth and profitability for SonicWall APJ.
StorageCraft & Datum Technology deliver data protection to Singapore
"Strong partnerships like this one not only help keep our customers' data safe; they also help us accomplish important business milestones."
AI could be the key to ending cybercrime
Over the last few years, the world has seen a steady and increasing flow of high profile data breaches hitting the headlines...
Gemalto survey: Data breaches may cause customer exodus
Globally, only 27% of consumers believe that businesses take customer data security very seriously.
IT incidents costing businesses more than $150,000 every time, survey finds
Organisations are experiencing five critical IT incidents per month, each costing organisations upwards of NZ$150,000 to the business.
How ready are you for the GDPR and what should you do next?
Regardless of where you’re located or where the data you’re processing come from, you’ll need to ensure that the data is transparent.
What to consider when moving into the cloud generation… securely
IT professionals are starting to realise just how different securing a cloud computing environment is from traditional on-premises IT environments.
Interview: Haventec explains security through decentralisation
Haventec’s Robert Morrish on the necessity for a new approach to cybersecurity.
Digital Realty launches second Frankfurt data centre – and GDPR findings
At the official launch of its new Frankfurt data centre, Digital Realty also revealed the findings of an IDG survey with startling results.
Current IT security not up to the job – time to make some changes
IDC says billions of dollars are spent around the world every year on various forms of IT security, and yet, data breaches are still happening.