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Is fragmentation killing Android in the enterprise?

Android may rule consumer smartphone shipments, but it’s getting trounced in the enterprise. So is Google’s new enterprise mobile security plan up to the task of raising Android's measly share of the enterprise? The answer may lie in the diversity of "the enterprise".

Liam Tung | 27 Feb | Read more

Shadow IT threat lingers as ANZ businesses drag feet on cloud moves

Less than 1 in 4 Australian and New Zealand businesses is in the advanced stages of planning their cloud rollout – yet with nearly half of CEOs and board members supporting the paradigm and 60 percent of respondents reporting security issues, the other organisation are not free from problems related to the cloud, a Red Hat customer survey has found.

David Braue | 26 Feb | Read more

PM spruiks data retention as report blames Snowden for poor data sharing

“Strained” relationships between intelligence and business had impeded information sharing and compromised national security as a result, a report into Australia's counter terrorism capabilities has warned as Australian prime minister Tony Abbott stepped up his rhetoric about the need for data-retention legislation in a speech on national security this week.

David Braue | 24 Feb | Read more

The week in security: Data retention looms, Superfish gutted

Are your staff suitably trained to detect and ignore phishing spam? If not, you may want to revisit your policies: in the latest security embarrassment, banks in 30 countries have been systematically deprived of more than $US1 billion by cybercriminals due to what many are attributing to poor staff training around the handling of malware threats. Indeed, despite billions spent on security tools one study found that researchers were able to garner sensitive information in 88 percent of attempts just by using their eyes.

David Braue | 24 Feb | Read more

Healthcare data and data breaches: A second opinion:

We've barely begun 2015, yet some security predictions made at the end of last year are already being tested. One of those was a prediction by RSA that criminals will turn their attention to stealing personal health information, and the recent attack on US health insurer Anthem, is just one symptom that it might be happening sooner than our initial diagnosis.

Michael Lee | 12 Feb | Read more

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