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Australian security consultancy Securus Global is restructuring its business to meet what it says is increasing market demand for its security services as security threats become increasingly complex.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 12:09

PCI a security risk from poor compliance

Too many businesses that use the PCI security standard put themselves at risk because of a failure to maintain ongoing compliance, says a new report.

Published in Security
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Tuesday, 22 November 2011 17:24

New free PCI DSS compliance tool from Acuity

Acuity launches free application to measure, monitor and report on PCI-DSS compliance

Monday, 14 November 2011 16:32

PCI and the Cloud - are they oil and water?

Sometimes it seems as though we finally achieve PCI compliance only to have 'management' change the landscape and throw the 'cloud' curveball at us.  Will PCI and clouds mix or are they oil and water?

Published in Cloud Computing

Despite storing the personal data of its customers without informing them via its privacy statement, the Australian privacy Commissioner has no ability to impose any penalty whatsoever upon Lush Cosmetics.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 16 February 2011 12:40

The Lush breach - what happened?

Following a discussion with a representative of Lush Cosmetics, more information is available regarding Monday's web site breach.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 01 February 2011 17:58

Fortinet boosts FortiWeb security features

The latest update to the FortiWeb web application firewall provides several new features.

Monday, 29 November 2010 15:29

Woolworths risks costly security gaps

Three years after bringing in a specialist from the Reserve Bank to beef up IT security, Woolworths is still plugging gaps in its PCI compliance regime, potentially exposing the retail giant to fines of up to $500,000.

Published in Networking

Based on a sample of 200, Verizon Business determined that those organisations suffering some kind of data breach were 50% less likely to be PCI compliant.

Published in Security




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