The Australian Labor Party has pledged to hold an inquiry that looks into the economic impacts of the Federal Government's encryption law after the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security completes its ongoing review and submits a report on 3 April.
Most professional hackers say they could bypass security systems, locate critical data, and exfiltrate that data within 15 hours, and they label defence measures such as firewalls and antivirus as trivially easy to bypass.
Rod Vawdrey has been appointed chief executive of Australian technology company Nuix, a firm that produces a software platform for indexing, searching, analysing and extracting knowledge from unstructured data.
Nuix’s chief information security officer Chris Pogue says security legislation runs the risk of creating a culture of bureaucrats ticking checkboxes to claim compliance, while not meeting real-world security requirements.
A survey of 70 professional hackers and penetration testers has found that 60% of them take a maximum of just six hours to compromise a target. And 17% among them took just two hours to gain entry.
Verizon has again hinted that it is reconsidering the deal to buy Yahoo! after the latter disclosed a second breach of its network in which a billion users' details were leaked.
Despite strict vetting processes of new staff and contractors, many government departments are still exposed to serious data security risks because they do not conduct ongoing insider threat assessments.
Australian-based investigation and information management technologies company Nuix, and KPMG Australia, have sealed an alliance aimed at assisting clients with managing and handling large volumes of data for digital investigations, insider threats, cybersecurity, eDiscovery, information governance, compliance and privacy.
Dark data is unstructured, untagged and untapped data that is found in data repositories and has not been analysed or processed. It is similar to big data, but differs in how it is mostly neglected by business and IT administrators.
Australian company Nuix made quite a splash in the Panama papers scandal, enabling extremely accurate machine analysis of 11.5 million documents in a fraction of the time.
I am willing to bet you can’t guarantee you have no sensitive data stored on your company servers or in the cloud.
Nuix says that petabyte sized Big Data sets will soon become the norm. Analytics needs to evolve to cope with the tsunami of big data.
And you thought public servants led dull, colourless lives. Cyber criminals are out to provide otherwise – unless you pay.
Australian technology company, Nuix, says it has supplied document processing and investigation technology that was essential to the Panama Papers data leak investigation conducted by German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).
A new single interface console allows job coordination with multiple tasks including processing, search and tag, optical character recognition, clustering, legal export, and custom scripts.
CTO, CIO, CISO and IT administrators must grapple with and gain control of Shadow IT – BYO devices and often insecure or inappropriate consumer software being used covertly in the enterprise workspace.
Australian company Nuix claims it will shake up the cybersecurity market by launching a range of new security and intelligence products at the coming RSA secirity conference.
What can you do when a cyber-criminal steals everything they need to know to ruin your life? The answer is virtually nothing.
Cybersecurity specialist Nuix has appointed Rod Vawdrey as its chief operating officer.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has signed a further three year, multi million dollar extended licence for the locally developed Nuix forensic data analysis system which is also being used by the Tax Office, Australian National Audit office and Federal Police.
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