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GUEST OPINION by Simon Howe, Vice President Sales Asia Pacific, LogRhythm: As businesses come to terms with the reality of operating amid the legacy of COVID-19, many are realising their old approach to IT security is no longer up to the task.
Security intelligence company LogRhythm has expanded its distribution in Australia with the appointment of specialist cybersecurity solutions distributor, Chillisoft.
GUEST OPINION by Simon Howe, Vice President Sales Asia Pacific, LogRhythm: Cyber-security has ceased to be a backroom function and engaging effectively with the board and C suite will help CISOs provide better protection to the enterprise in 2021
GUEST OPINION by Simon Howe, Vice President Sales – APAC, LogRhythm: With large numbers of people now sitting in home offices in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, attention is turning to what this means when it comes to achieving effective IT security.
Cyber attackers are definitely going to be targeting VPNs as a means of accessing users' PCs during this period when the number who are working from home has risen exponentially, Carolyn Crandall, chief deception officer of Attivo Networks which describes itself as a leader in deception for cyber security defence.
The latest data breach report from the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner shows that Australian businesses have learnt nothing from the devastating impacts of breaches in other countries, a cyber security professional says.
A mix of large, medium-sized and small IT businesses have generally welcomed the measures in the Federal Budget that affect their industry, though the government's meddling in encryption — as evidenced in the passage of the encryption law last December — did not exactly earn many cheers.
The latest data breach report from the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner indicates that organisations which do not use multi-factor authentication for customers, employees and sysadmins are not using a relatively simple method of minimising risk, an IT security industry professional claims.
LogRhythm has promoted Simon Howe to the role of APAC director of sales.
Attacks on Internet of Things devices and infrastructures are likely to stem from three groups, with each having of cyber crime and motivated by its own goals, according to Simon Howe, director of sales for ANZ at LogRhythm, a leading security information and event management company.
The Australian Government has proposed that companies with a turnover of $3 million or more must notify people whose personal information may have been exposed in a serious data breach.
Security intelligence company LogRhythm says it is not a case of if a company will be hacked but when. Poor password security is one of the major factors in advancing the threat timetable.
Security intelligence company LogRhythm has appointed Simon Howe as its director of sales for Australia and New Zealand.
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