Victoria University has signed a new seven-year deal with enterprise software provider TechnologyOne to transform Vocational Education and Training student management to a secure cloud environment.
Macquarie Government, a division of Macquarie Telecom, has been added to the NSW GovDC Marketplace.
Juniper Networks has launched Contrail Security, a new security and micro segmentation solution it says is specifically designed to allow enterprises and software-as-a-service cloud providers to protect applications running in multiple cloud environments.
Microsoft has issued patches for 48 vulnerabilities in Windows and other products as part of its usual monthly security update, but did not fix a zero-day flaw known as SMBloris that was disclosed to the company in June.
The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) now has 50 Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Office 365 services on its Certified Cloud Services List (CCSL).
New research from Symantec has found that CISOs regard cloud security as a significant challenge with account hijacking as a top external threat.
Cloud-based security services are going through a strong global growth phase with a 21% increase this year over last year expected to take the market to a value of US$5.9 billion by the end of 2017.
Cloud providers gain security credibility through certifying their platforms onto compliance frameworks and industry-based compliance standards, according to the director of cloud services at a managed cloud provider.
If you're using or planning to use cloud computing — and who isn't? — it may be better to build your security with cloud in mind, making adjustments where necessary for on-premises systems.
WatchGuard Wi-Fi Cloud connects and protects SMBs and distributed enterprises with fully automated wireless threat prevention and enterprise-grade interactive engagement and analytics features.
Adobe has formed a new global group — the Cloud Signature Consortium — to bring together leading industry and academic organisations in a move it designed to build a new open standard for cloud-based digital signatures across mobile and web.
Cloud security software as a service provider (SAAS), MailGuard, has partnered with fellow security company, Southern Cross Protection (SXP), to enhance SXP’s core offering from physical security to include cyber-protection for its customers.
Privacy and security, especially online seems to be overlooked by consumers and business alike. It is timely for Australians to reflect on, and take control of, such issues during Privacy Awareness Week.
The cloud is the number one area of risk where security of data is likely to come under a greater number of attacks and breaches in the next 12 months from hackers, according to enterprise security vendor Blue Coat Systems.
Macquarie Telecom is hailing its inclusion as the first, and so far only, Australian business on the federal government’s list of providers to meet government security standards for the delivery of cloud services.
Unified identity manager vendor Centrify has launched what it says is the industry’s first cloud-based identity management solution, Centrify Privilege Service (CPS) to provide security, visibility and control of privileged accounts.
Canberra-based Cogito Group has been selected to provide level three Public Key Infrastructure and Identity Management Support Services to the Department of Defence.
Listed web hosting and domain registry company Melbourne IT has selected Trend Micro Deep Security as a key component of its managed Amazon Web Services (AWS) service to provide its customers with scalable security for the cloud.
C-level executives have been warned that they risk being fined for misconduct if the don’t have the right tools in place when handling personal information when new privacy laws come into effect in one week’s time.
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