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Infrastructure automation provider Puppet says the findings of its 2021 State of DevOps Report have provided insight into the chasm between organisations with highly evolved DevOps practices and those whose DevOps evolution has plateaued.

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There has been an exponential rise in the number of of credential stuffing attacks - or automated attempts to compromise a large number of user accounts with stolen credentials - according to the latest cybersecurity report from identity platform provider Auth0.

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GUEST RESEARCH by Bitglass:  SYDNEY, November 18, 2020Bitglass, the Total Cloud Security Company, today released its 2020 Cloud Security Report which uncovers whether organisations are properly equipped to defend themselves in the cloud.

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COMPANY NEWS: DDLS, Australia’s largest provider of corporate IT and process training, is adding to its large and diverse cybersecurity portfolio with the introduction of the Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) certification from (ISC)².

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Enhanced Secure Remote Access and Continuous Threat Detection enable seamless detection, investigation, and response to OT security incidents across the broadest attack surface area from any location

VENDOR NEWS: Claroty, the global leader in operational technology (OT) security, today announced new enhancements to The Claroty Platform, making it the industry’s first OT security solution to offer remote incident management as a fully integrated capability that spans the entire incident lifecycle. The platform now enables cybersecurity teams to detect, investigate, and respond to security incidents on OT networks across the broadest attack surface area securely and seamlessly from any location.

New Survey Reveals IT and OT Security Professionals’ Shifting Concerns, Attitudes, and Experiences During Pandemic

VENDOR NEWS: Claroty, the global leader in operational technology (OT) security, today released updated research on the state of industrial cybersecurity worldwide, which found that a majority (56%) of information technology (IT) and OT security professionals at industrial enterprises have seen an increase in cybersecurity threats since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March. Additionally, 70% have seen cyber criminals using new tactics to target their organisations in this timeframe.

A high percentage of security professionals lack the tools to detect known security threats and many say they are still in need of the appropriate preventative solutions to close current security gaps, according to a recent global survey.

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Security professionals believe the world is in a permanent state of cyber war, with 90% concerned that digital infrastructure will suffer the most damage as a result, according to new research which found that these professionals believe the most vulnerable industries are those that are undergoing rapid digital transformation and are essential to daily life.

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IP surveillance vendor Genetec is staging its first online tradeshow, Connect’DX, due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, opening pre-registration for the event taking place from April 20 to 22.

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Machine identity protection provider Venafi has found that a survey of government-mandated encryption backdoors show that 80% of the respondents say countries with government-mandated encryption backdoors are more vulnerable to cyberattacks targeting election infrastructure.

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Data breaches, misconfiguration and inadequate change control and lack of cloud security architecture and strategy top the list of major security risks faced by organisations globally, according to a newly published survey from the Cloud Security Alliance.

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A number of organisations in Australia are forming their own team of cyber-security experts, allowing the enterprise to take a pre-emptive approach to discovering and tracking security issues, according to a new report which shows this is having a positive impact on jobs in the security sector.

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Optus Business, La Trobe University, Cisco and Quantum Victoria have joined forces to launch Cyber Games, a competition designed to nurture the next generation of cyber-defenders and help address the growing job demand in the security sector.

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Tuesday, 08 December 2015 12:08

Comm Bank, UNSW partner on security skills shortage

The Commonwealth Bank and the University of New South Wales have come together in a $1.6 million, five-year partnership to develop a centre of expertise for cyber security education aimed at boosting the reserve of quality security engineering professionals.

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