Saturday, December 3, 2022

Cyber security advice for Australian startups and small businesses that are using remote working

When you have staff working remotely, it’s critical that you protect your organisation and people from cyber attack.

SolarWinds bolsters APJ team with Aten Lim and Sara Kao additions

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SolarWinds, a global provider of simple, powerful, and secure IT management software, announced the recent appointment of two new senior executives: Aten Lim as managing director, Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ), and Sara Kao as marketing director, APJ. The duo will chart the region’s sales and marketing strategies to fortify the firm’s market leadership for IT operations management (ITOM) software in APJ. Their hire reinforces the firm’s commitment to strengthening business activities, partnerships, and support in APJ.

KnowBe4 casts resource kit to help defend against human layer attacks

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KnowBe4, the global provider of security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, kicked off support activities for Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October with a resource kit designed to help IT and Infosec professionals in workplace improve their security posture. KnowBe4’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month Resource Kit contains a user guide and weekly training suggestions to assist in planning out the month.

Norton’s new brand promise shines a light on the company’s cyber vision

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NortonLifeLock, a global leader in consumer Cyber Safety announced a new promise for the Norton brand along with an upgraded visual identity to match its ambitions. Inspired by their vision to protect and empower people to live their digital lives safely, the refreshed brand identity represents the bright side to the dark problem of cybercrime.

How Australian businesses can fortify against Russian cyber attacks

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Following the escalating conflict between Ukraine and Russia, the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has warned Australian businesses to “urgently adopt an enhanced cyber-security posture” to protect themselves against targeted Russian cybercriminal activity. Given the distance between our two countries, cyber attacks are the most effective way that Russia can punish Australia for supporting Ukraine. As a result, Australian businesses are currently at a very real risk of disruption or malicious activities from Russian cyber criminals.
World-leading cyber VC leads USD10 Million round for Australian startup

World-leading cyber VC leads USD10 Million round for Australian startup as its inaugural Australian...

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Podvin described the company’s offer as “a new-generation solution that puts internet control and safety back in the hands of human beings.”

Half of Aussie businesses have seen a rise in data threats in the past...

Half of Australian businesses have seen an increase in internal threats or data leaks in the last 12 months, according to new research by email security and cyber resilience firm Mimecast. Coinciding with the National Privacy Awareness Week, (2–8 May), Mimecast revealed that 47% of Aussie firms are concerned about the risk naïve employees pose to their businesses.

Kasten by Veeam launches new Kubernetes K10 V4.5 data platform

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Kasten by Veeam®, the market leader for Kubernetes backup and disaster recovery announced the launch of the new Kasten K10 V4.5 Kubernetes data management platform.

SolarWinds announces IT Pro Day 2022 Award winners, survey findings

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SolarWinds, a provider of simple, powerful, and secure IT management software, unveils the results of its new survey examining the state of the technology job market amid industry-wide labour shortages and hiring challenges. Released to coincide with the eighth-annual IT Pro Day holiday, the survey found despite a potential economic downturn, over two-thirds of tech and IT professionals surveyed said they’re completely confident in their career choices.

Thales insights in defence, cyber security, transport and digital identity

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