GUEST OPINION: Software supply chain compromise is among the top five threats of most concern to Australian organisations
GUEST OPINION: As cybercriminals hunt for new and more sophisticated ways to mount attacks, many are paying close attention to the role played by machine identities.
GUEST OPINION by Ashley Diffey, Ping Identity Country Manager Australia, New Zealand and Japan: Since the early days of the information technology revolution, the task of ensuring effective digital security has relied on the humble password. Used to confirm an individual’s identity, they’ve acted as the keys to vital systems and data stores.
Email remains one of the key attack vectors used by cybercriminals, leaving many organisations hugely vulnerable because they don’t have adequate protection in place, according to software company Wavelink, a distributor for security vendor Fortinet
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