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IT leaders prioritising automation, Zero Trust and API-based security investments
"The study shows that a cocktail of multiplying threats, the proliferation of hybrid and cloud architectures, blended with a pandemic-fuelled explosion in distributed and remote work has created a perfect storm for network security teams."
Crawl, walk and run with SASE adoption
For organisations that would prefer to pace themselves and take a slower, more systematic approach to SASE adoption, a strategy of ‘crawl, walk, run’ is recommended, writes Bitglass regional sales director for ANZ Wayne Neich.
Firewalls and VLANs failing to secure Australian businesses
The majority of Australia’s IT teams still rely heavily on firewalls and VLANs to protect their critical data from being breached, despite evidence the legacy technologies cannot adequately protect against new and emerging threats.
How to achieve ransomware resilience in three steps
All organisations need advanced threat protection to stop ransomware attacks and ease the impact if they do occur, writes Bitglass CTO Anurag Kahol.
Interview: It’s time to rename MDM to Modern Device Management
Mobile device management is no longer about being tied to physical devices - in fact, IT administrators shouldn’t even need to go near them.
Verify, and keep verifying: The case for a zero trust framework
In a digitally transformed world and dynamic new environment, static trust can never be assumed. Zero trust security is at the heart of this mindset.
Google Cloud announces availability of zero trust platform BeyondCorp Enterprise
The platform directly replaces BeyondCorp Remote Access, which was brought to the market in April 2020 as Google’s first foray into the zero trust space.
Aruba ClearPass recognised by independent evaluation program
Aruba’s ClearPass Security Portfolio has recevived the coveted Cyber Catalyst designation, according to a statement from the company.
SASE vs zero trust – or the best of both worlds
Zero trust and SASE work together by converging a least-privilege access strategy with an architecture that simplifies how highly distributed users, BYOD, and cloud resources are secured.
Ivanti looks to a brighter future with MobileIron and Pulse Secure acquisitions
Ivanti has acquired MobileIron and Pulse Secure, with the intention of delivering intelligent and secure experiences across all devices in the ‘everywhere enterprise’.
NetMotion and Netpoleon partner to deliver security platform
Netpoleon will sell, supply and support the NetMotion platform across all states and territories across Australia, and in New Zealand.
Ensuring effective public-sector security in an interconnected world
The digitisation of data and processes is creating both challenges and opportunities for departments and agencies of all sizes, writes Zscaler country manager for A/NZ Budd Ilic.
Smart transformation: business resilience in an ever-changing world
While COVID-19 has emphasised the immediate need for resilience, the ever-changing business world means organisations must embrace smart transformation now and into the future, writes Micro Focus managing director for A/NZ Peter Fuller.
Why organisations should consider the move to a multi-cloud environment
Utilising multiple cloud platforms offers Australian organisations a compelling set of benefits, writes ManageEngine product consultant Monisha Ravi.
Why zero trust could fail due to lack of understanding, not technology
Security architects are being forced to re-examine the concept of identity, with many turning to a zero trust security model to provide a better architecture for protecting their sensitive resources.
Why IT and HR must work together to help businesses weather the storm
Employers are striving to balance team productivity, security and employee engagement. If remote work is the new norm, it’s impossible to ignore the challenging nature of the situation, writes Gigamon manager for A/NZ George Tsoukas.
Attack from DOS: In Zero We Trust
In combination with malware, DDoS attacks on banks have been used to cause distraction so the transfer of stolen funds goes unnoticed.
Network visibility is the crux of security in 2020
Resilience sits at the heart of security, and there is a need for organisations’ architecture, processes and strategies to be more impervious in order to continue to ensure protection, writes Gigamon A/NZ manager George Tsoukas.
Fujitsu new tech ensures inter-business data trust
The technology can verify when and by whom the data was created, and whether it has been tampered with, to ensure trusted data exchange.
Why zero trust remote networking is key to thriving in the ‘new normal’ business world
With so many question marks over the road ahead, enterprises need a solution that enables flexibility to work in any environment, as they try to acclimatise to the ‘new normal', writes Bitglass CTO Anurag Kahol.
Security on the edge: Fortinet embraces the new normal
Cornelius Mare, Fortinet ANZ Director, Security Solutions, talks about the challenges of securing the ever-expanding number of network edges in the post-COVID world and why secure network access tools are essential to support the ‘new normal’.
The growing importance of digital identity in a COVID-19 world
With many staff still working from home and customer interactions occurring online, being able to reliably identify people is critical for maintaining the security of applications and data stores, writes Ping Identity country manager for A/NZ Ashley Diffey.
Six steps for effective public-sector cloud adoption in a post-COVID world
Governments and agencies need to continue to assess the way they operate so they can be best positioned to deliver services in the new world in which they now have to operate.
Fast track your digital transformation with dynamic security services from Fortinet
Jon McGettigan, Fortinet A/NZ Regional Director, explains how enterprises can speed up their network service delivery programmes by embracing Fortinet’s dynamic security services.