COMPANY NEWS: Entrust, a leading provider of trusted identities, payments, and data protection solutions, has announced four new solutions aimed at helping organisations prepare for the security challenges and opportunities presented by quantum computers.
COMPANY NEWS: Entrust, a leading provider of trusted identities, payments, and data protection solutions, has announced the geographic expansion of its nShield as a service hardware security module (HSM) offering. Responding to rising demand for cloud services, the company has opened two new data centres in Australia in 2022 as part of a general expansion in the Asia Pacific region. As reported by Telstra, 79% of Australian organisations recorded a cloud-related cyber security incident in 2021, suggesting a growing need for geo-fencing and cloud-centric hardware protection.
COMPANY NEWS: Entrust, a global leader in trusted identity, payments and data protection, today announced its expansion to the travel industry with its Seamless Travel Solution, a fully-digital travel service. This solution enables a touchless and seamless experience for travelers by minimizing contact points, while bringing simplicity and greater security for border control, immigration and travel service provider operations.
Secure identity, payments and data protection company Entrust has announced a definitive agreement to acquire financial technology company Antelop Solutions.
Conducted by the Ponemon Institute, the 16th annual study highlights that Australia outpaces global average encryption adoption, and other key trends in encryption and cybersecurity.
GUEST OPINION: Reports suggest that cyber criminals have been more active than ever during the global pandemic, seeing the state of general upheaval as an opportunity to evolve and find new attack vectors.
Report ranking based on market dynamics, trends and competitive landscape across a variety of sectors
AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND - GUEST RESEARCH: Entrust, a leading provider of trusted identities, payments and data protection, today announced it has been named the clear technology winner in the the Quadrant Knowledge Solutions 2020 SPARK Matrix™:IoT Identity & Access Management report. In the report, Entrust scored the highest in ratings across the various performance parameters and has been positioned as the overall technology leader in the global Internet of Things (IoT) Identity and Access Management (IAM) market based on its solutions offering, market presence and customer value proposition.
GUEST INTERVIEW: Entrust Datacard recently renamed and rebranded itself as Entrust, in part to emphasise that the company's product portfolio is much wider than credential issuance. iTWire explored the background to the change with Entrust's South Pacific regional managing director and Asia Pacific vice president of bureau solutions Michael Robertson.
US-based Application Performance Infrastructure vendor, Riverbed, has appointed former Females in IT Chair, Terrie Anderson, as Regional Sales Director for Australia and New Zealand.
Data centre operator Equinix has announced that more than 30 new customers are moving into its ME1 centre in Melbourne.
We continue the interview with Entrust's Jon Callas. Here we ask how it happened that while RSA was made to look rather foolish by the hackers, Entrust was able to blithely continue on its path.
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