By 2025 cyber attackers will have weaponised operational technology (OT) environments to successfully harm or kill humans, according to new research from Gartner.
GUEST OPINION by Mike Hicks, Principal Solutions Architect at ThousandEyes: Over the past year, we’ve seen a sharp rise in the number of high-profile Australian CEOs promoting their digital and IT teams’ work.
ASX VENDOR ANNOUNCEMENT by WhiteHawk: WhiteHawk Ltd (ASX:WHK) announced that it has established a new sales partnership with a major global consulting firm which is already bringing in new revenues.
ASX VENDOR ANNOUNCEMENT: WhiteHawk Ltd (ASX:WHK) announced that it has established a new sales partnership with a major global consulting firm which is already bringing in new revenues.
Turnover of CEOs in the Australian employment market has hit a new three-year high, transforming the traditional c-suite with great demand for tech-savvy leaders that are capable of steering businesses around risk, through the challenges and towards new opportunities.
Chief executives of companies which experience security incidents are more likely to lose their jobs than the chief information officers or the chief information security officers of the same firms, a research firm claims.
LogRhythm, the security intelligence company, has announced its top eight cyber security predictions for 2019, with one prediction that there will be a move this year to hold CEOs accountable for security breaches.
Cyber security is front of mind for Australian chief executives, with investment in cyber defence seen as a top priority, according to a new report.
Asia Pacific chief executives are expecting substantial productivity gains in their businesses by the end of 2018, but despite the forecast productivity gains there’s a gap between what they want to achieve and where technology investments are being made.
Some Australian business leaders are encountering problems in mastering disruptive technology with a newly published report revealing that they are having trouble keeping up with the latest in technological advances.
Australia’s top business and industry executives are more upbeat about the prospects for future global economic growth than their global counterparts, despite experiencing flat or negative growth over the past three years, according to new research from professional services firm KPMG.
Robin Bloor – author of a number of books like Cloud Computing for Dummies, Management for Dummies, Words You Don't Know, The Electronic Bazaar – and Chief Analyst and Co-founder of the Bloor Group, has just finished telling an Australian audience this week that Big Data is not much more than an “utterly meaningless” term created by marketers.
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