Analyst says enterprises should explore 5G capabilities to serve their wireless connectivity requirements to support future applications
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GUEST RESEARCH: The COVID-19 outbreak has brought the preparedness of Australia’s healthcare sector into sharp focus. As the immediate disruption from the pandemic recedes, the Australian healthcare sector will continue to face significant challenges and opportunities. Healthcare providers will need to gain a clear understanding of the landscape to determine where they sit and how they will compete in a rapidly changing environment, according to Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand.
With Zscaler’s new research showing attackers turning to encrypted attacks during the pandemic, and encryption-based threats growing by 260% this year, not even healthcare was able to avoid the onslaught of SSL-based attacks - but thankfully, there are defences in active use by businesses to protect IT infrastructure, customers and users.
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How high are the hills?Another publicity effort from the NBN diversion team?