Global tech company Oracle has established a new whole-of-government (WofG) arrangement with Australia’s Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) which it claims will bring increased cost-savings, efficiencies, and flexibility for government agencies, including state and territory governments and taxpayers.
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.
GUEST OPINON by Peter Belton, Vice President Sales Australia and New Zealand, SITECORE: Forced to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic fallout while also delivering regular services to citizens, Australian governments at all levels are realising the importance of delivering first-rate digital experiences.
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