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.
With many SMEs around Australia taking their businesses online or expanding their digital footprint, some may find themselves facing the risk of card payment disputes, chargebacks and fraud for the first time, according to payment provider Mastercard.
Digital security provider Gemalto is claiming an industry-first with the launch of a new solution that it says will enable organisations, which have invested in public key infrastructure security applications, to leverage their investment without compromising on security or user experience when moving to the cloud.
More than four billion data records were compromised by data breaches worldwide in the first half of 2018, with six social media breaches accounting for more than 56% of the records compromised, according to a new global security report.
The Australian Government is investing more than $600,000 in a program aimed at training high school students in digital security skills.
Global ICT services company Tech Data has inked a distribution agreement for Australia and New Zealand with digital security provider Gemalto.
The United States Treasury has imposed sanctions on three Russian individuals and five Russian companies, claiming they have assisted the military and intelligence services in Moscow to conduct cyber attacks against Washington and its allies.
Many Australians are failing to adequately secure their data, including their social media accounts, despite increasing vulnerability to data breaches, according to new research.
Digital freedoms and rights group Electronic Frontiers Australia has joined forces with experts and organisations in more than 35 countries to call on world leaders to support strong encryption and to reject any law, policy, or mandate that would undermine digital security.
Non-profit, digital freedom and rights group, Electronic Frontiers Australia, has joined experts and organisations in more than 35 countries in asking world leaders to support strong encryption and to reject any law, policy, or mandate that would undermine digital security.
Canberra-based Cogito Group has been selected to provide level three Public Key Infrastructure and Identity Management Support Services to the Department of Defence.
Global digital security software company, Clearswift, has been acquired by mid-market growth investor Lyceum Capital, in a deal that will see increased focus on Clearswift's content-aware security products.
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