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“There won’t be a more passionate advocate” for Australian security innovation, new ACSGN head vows

A recent high-profile win for Australian security stalwart Mailguard – which was last month designated as a ‘critical’ security partner by Microsoft – is the kind of recognition that Australia’s burgeoning community of innovative startups deserve to see more of, the head of the country’s new cybersecurity commercialisation arm has said as he gears up to hit the ground running.

David Braue | 06 Dec | Read more

Knowledge is power in the cybersecurity war

​Every breach, whether it’s a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack, hack of a corporate database or phishing attack starts in the same place. An endpoint device is accessed and used by an unauthorised party or a user is coerced into using that endpoint in an unintended way.

Anthony Caruana | 06 Dec | Read more

Protecting the future at ​Anticipate 2016

The world of information security moves very quickly. No sooner has the latest breach or leak been reported than infosec professionals are scrambling to the next incident. This year’s Anticipate 2016 Event, hosted by F5, brought together vendors, analysts and experts from across the world to take a step back and look at how to be ready for the threats of tomorrow.

Anthony Caruana | 06 Dec | Read more

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Does DevOps hurt or help security?

There is a firmly held concern in security circles that the automation associated with DevOps moves too swiftly, that security teams and their tests can't keep up, that too many of the metrics measured focus on production, availability, and compliance checkboxes, and as a result, security falls to the wayside.

George V. Hulme | 01 May | Read more

The Internet of Robotic Things: Secure, harmless helpers or vulnerable, vicious foes?

Experts say robots will be commonplace in 10 years. "Many respondents see advances in [artificial intelligence] and robotics pervading nearly every aspect of daily life by the year 2025--from distant manufacturing processes to the most mundane household activities," says Aaron Smith, senior researcher, The Pew Research Center's Internet Project, speaking of the several experts quoted in his "Predictions for the State of AI and Robotics in 2025".

David Geer | 24 Jan | Read more

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