Australian security firm CyberCX has moved quickly following its recent launch in the New Zealand market, with the acquisition of local New Zealand cyber security specialist Insomnia Security.
Australian cyber security organisation CyberCX is launching in New Zealand’s NZ$600 million cyber security market with plans to establish a large specialised cyber security workforce in the country.
Australia's cyber bureaucracy appears to have been hard at work during the lockdown and has come up with what it calls a Digital Trust Report, the ultimate example of tripe about the cyber security industry, one that offers statistics galore, but with no explanation of how they have been calculated or what use they are.
Private equity firm BGH Capital has pumped a sizeable amount into the formation of a cyber security firm CyberCX, which will unite 12 independent firms: Alcorn, Assurance, Asterisk, CQR, Diamond, Enosys, Klein & Co., Phriendly Phishing, Sense of Security, Shearwater, TSS, and YellIT.
Retail giant Coles has unveiled a multi-year $100 million partnership with the business division of Singtel Optus to move its outlets to the national broadband network.
Optus has released a white paper based on its recent Enterprise 4.0 survey which the telco says provides insights into how Australian businesses can drive revenue growth through personalisation.
The Australian Information Industry Association has appointed seven new members to its board and also announced the chairpersons for the organisation's state councils.
Transformation specialist Ron Gauci will take over as the chief executive of the Australian Information Industry Association from Monday, replacing Rob Fitzpatrick.
Optus Business has reached a $12 million deal with industrial firm CSR Limited to provide voice, data and mobile services across 150 Australian sites.
Optus Business has broadened its offerings for its GO ICT solutions to include contact centre, security and storage solutions, as well as enhancing its existing connectivity, collaboration and cloud solutions.
Cyber security consulting company Hivint has been acquired by Optus Cyber Security, a subsidiary of Singapore telco Singtel.
BlackBerry has teamed up with Optus Business in the deployment of a secure content collaboration platform, BlackBerry Workspaces, for medical research organisation, Melanoma Institute Australia.
Optus has consolidated and expanded its services to government with the securing of a $6 million deal to provide the Australian Government’s Department of Health with telecommunications products and services, including Wide Area Network, mobile and voice services to the department’s 5000 users.
Peak "digital ecosystem" organisation AIIA has announced its chief executive Rob Fitzpatrick is moving on in November to pursue a new opportunity.
Optus has launched this year’s Future Makers programme for start-ups, social entrepreneurs and charities to submit their tech solutions and the chance to secure a share of $300,000 in funding.
Optus has launched a suite of “simplified” ICT solutions dubbed GO which it claims provide powerful connectivity, collaboration and cloud solutions without the complexity and cost of traditional ICT services.
Optus Business will provide telecommunications and managed services to Hastings Deering, the main Caterpillar dealer in Queensland and the Northern Territory, under a three-year whole-of-business ICT deal agreed on Monday.
Optus has announced the finalists who are vying to win a share of $300,000 in its Future Makers funding and mentoring programme for start-ups, with ideas ranging from a virtual psychologist to an app to improve educational outcomes for disabled children.
Optus Business has inked an extension to its multi-year telecommunications and managed-services agreement with energy retailer EnergyAustralia,
Optus Business has landed a $40 million deal with specialist security provider Suretek for the delivery of 1345 Securecall services.
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