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2024 to drive privacy transformations, predicts Kaspersky
Kaspersky forecasts a transformation in privacy landscape in 2024, with AI wearables stirring privacy debates, and AR/VR setting fresh norms.
Checkmarx reveals top cyberattack trends in January
Checkmarx reveals top January trends in supply chain cyberattacks, showing a rise in data theft, deceptive typosquatting, and malware injections.
Australian tech firms spearhead mining efficiency & sustainability
Small Australian tech firms, including innovators Plotlogic and global drone solutions, drive sustainable innovation and efficiency in global mining; key players in the industry's ‘race to net-zero’.
Singapore's local cyber threats spike by 52.9% in 2023, reveals Kaspersky
Cyber threats originating from Singaporean servers soared by 52.9% in 2023, with over 17 million incidents detected, as indicated by recent Kaspersky data.
Progress enhances OpenEdge platform for quicker application modernisation
Progress enhances OpenEdge platform with features to accelerate application modernisation, optimise development processes and boost security for over 100,000 global customers.
Australians set to embrace cloud; Verizon launches management platform
Verizon Business launches a cloud management platform in response to over 50% of Australian organisations aiming to adopt cloud services within the next year, according to a recent report.
Akamai launches Content Protector to thwart scraping attacks in Asia-Pacific
In response to growing malicious bot activity in Asia Pacific and Japan, tech giant Akamai Technologies unveils Content Protector, a new tool designed to mitigate scraping attacks while preserving beneficial traffic.
Red Hat launches JBoss EAP 8 for efficient cloud workflow tools
Red Hat unveils general availability of JBoss EAP 8, promising enhanced cloud workflow and app modernisation support, compatible with Jakarta EE 10.
NetApp extends successful data partnership with Aston Martin F1 team
NetApp extends its partnership with the Aston Martin Aramco Formula One Team, a collaboration crucial for operational efficiency and competitive performance using real-time data insights.
'New year, new threats' warns cybersecurity CTO in UK
As holiday season cyber threats increase, CTO of Espria, Dave Adamson, highlights the crucial need for businesses to tighten security.
Akamai's 'Content Protector' safeguards against web scraping
Akamai Technologies' new software 'Content Protector', launched in Sydney, promises enhanced protection for businesses against sophisticated content scraping attacks.
Check Point Infinity platform excels in Miercom's security benchmark tests
Check Point Infinity Platform outshines rivals in Miercom's NGFW Security Benchmark 2024 report, registering an exceptional 99.8% block rate for Zero+1 day Malware.
Siemon earns Gold Rating from EcoVadis, in top 5% of global firms
Network infrastructure expert Siemon ranks among the top 5% of global companies after securing an upgrade to EcoVadis' Gold Rating, reflecting its tenacious commitment to ESG excellence.
iboss launches ChatGPT Risk Module for enhanced AI interaction security
Cybersecurity leader iboss launches the state-of-the-art ChatGPT Risk Module, an addition to its Zero Trust SSE solution, ensuring robust data security when utilising AI technologies.
Sectigo welcomes Mark Bilger as new Chief Product & Technology Officer
Sectigo, a respected certificate lifecycle management firm, welcomes industry veteran Mark Bilger as Chief Product and Technology Officer, forecasting innovative product development under his leadership.
SentinelOne discovers new macOS malware threatening software integrity
SentinelOne threat researchers identify malware macOS.Bkdr.Activator, spreading via illicitly modified versions of popular software, potentially threatening macOS users at an extensive scale.
Scrumconnect awarded GBP £3.6m DWP contract for SME digital health service
UK tech firm Scrumconnect Consulting secures a GBP £3.6m DWP contract to launch a digital service aiding SMEs in accessing government funding for occupational health assessments.
AI reshapes threat landscape for telcos, says EY report
EY's latest report warns that the emergence of generative AI intensifies cybersecurity challenges for telecom companies.
Group-IB & INTERPOL collab tackles global cybercrime
Operation Synergia shutdown hundreds of malicious servers, thanks to cybersecurity firm Group-IB and INTERPOL.
The role of Privilege Access Management in achieving robust cybersecurity
Privilege Access Management (PAM), with its ability to control key digital accounts, is proving crucial in combating rising cybersecurity threats posed by misuse of digital identities, a key source of business disruption.
Advanced security tools can help bridge the cyber-skills gap
Amid a global 12.6% rise in the cyber-skills gap, advanced security tools like AI automation could alleviate the shortage, particularly for Australian businesses.
Australian firms urged to boost defences ahead of Safer Internet Day
Ahead of Safer Internet Day, businesses in Australia are urged to fortify their cyber defences as reports reveal record levels of cyber threats, scams and data breaches in 2022.
Why sustainability will make hybrid multicloud a business imperative
With impending sustainability legislation and the rise of competition in the cloud computing market, hybrid multicloud solutions offer energy efficiency, resource sharing, and reduced risk, underpinning the business imperative for sustainability.
How the cloud security landscape will evolve in 2024
AI-driven threat actors' sophistication surge, increased data privacy concerns, and deepening supply chain security issues shape the cloud security landscape in 2024, experts forecast.