GUEST OPINION: Back in the early years of the twenty-first century, the role of IT teams was very different from what it is today.
A research partnership between RMIT University and Australian startup Tide Foundation has validated the latter's multi-party-cryptographic technology for true zero trust security.
GUEST OPINION: As organisations continue to regroup after years of disruption and lockdown, many are finding they face similar challenges and opportunities.
Security specialist Orca Tech is now a distributor for zero trust vendor Absolute Software.
GUEST OPINION: There's no doubt the last couple of years have been interesting ones for ICT channel businesses. The curve ball that was COVID-19 brought unprecedented uncertainty to the market and triggered a tsunami of digital transformation. So, what does the remainder of the year hold in store? Here are five security-related trends your channel business should be across in 2022.
Cloud security specialist Zscaler has added three new capabilities to the Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange: private app protection, integrated deception, and privileged remote access from IIoT and OT systems.
GUEST OPINION: If there has been one constant during the past few years, it's been the growing pace of technological change. Businesses have increasingly embraced cloud platforms, reconfigured network infrastructures to support remote workers, and deployed new security tools.
GUEST OPINION: Now a seemingly permanent part of most people’s daily lives, the shift to working from home has been a rapid and jarring experience for many organisations.
Tigera's Calico Cloud cloud-native application protection platform combines zero-trust principles with machine learning, enabling continuous compliance by prioritising and remediating risks through security policy changes.
GUEST RESEARCH: Illumio, the pioneer and leader of zero trust segmentation, today released new findings of a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting that explore how organisations are approaching their zero trust strategies in 2022 to better navigate the remote world brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and continuing digital transformation initiatives.
Trend Micro says its Smart Protection Network blocked 94.2 billion cyber-threats before they affected the company's consumer, government and business customers during 2021.
GUEST RESEARCH: While most organisations have a vision of zero trust or are in the process of implementing zero-trust initiatives, more than half of organisations cannot translate this vision into the solutions they are implementing because they lack some basic core fundamentals of zero trust, according to a new security report.
Ransomware and threats to operational technology/industrial control system (OT/ICS) environments remain at an all-time high, as do vulnerability disclosures as we enter the new year, warns Nozomi Networks in its look at what’s in store for the world in 2022.
GUEST OPINION: Battered and bruised from the harsh realities of COVID lockdowns, Australian businesses are looking forward to what they hope will be a much better year ahead.
GUEST OPINION: The widespread introduction of hybrid working has changed the rules of the game when it comes to IT security.
GUEST OPINION: As businesses continue to emerge from the unforeseen disruptions of the past 24 months, many are fine tuning their strategic plans for the years ahead.
GUEST OPINION: Key senior technology management from Extreme Networks, a cloud-driven networking vendor, today issued their 11 key predictions for 2022 providing advice to enterprises on trends in the year ahead for Zero Trust, blockchain, Wi-Fi, AIOps, cloud and 5G adoption.
Identity specialist SecureAuth has acquired Acceptto, which provides passwordless authentication as well as behavioural modelling before, during and after authorisation to determine whether a user is a threat.
GUEST OPINION: Anyone who has ever watched a Bond movie will know that James Bond has a trust complex. Whether it's M, MI6, or a femme fatale – Bond always gets into trouble when he trusts the wrong person (i.e., Vesper Lynd in Casino Royale).
COMPANY NEWS: Siemens and Zscaler, the leader in cloud security, are partnering to enable customers to securely access operational technology (OT) systems and applications in the production network from the workplace – whether in the office or working remote. These new capabilities enable users to remotely manage and control quality assurance or diagnoses issues.
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