Menu

Security
News, Features, and Interviews

News

  • The VPN is dying, long live zero trust

    VPNs are part of a security strategy based on the notion of a network perimeter; trusted employees are on the inside and untrusted employees are on the outside. But that model no longer works in a modern business environment where mobile users access the network from a variety of locations and corporate assets reside in multi-cloud environments.

  • 4 senior tech jobs up for grabs

    Sydney Cricket and Sports Grounds is on the lookout for a head of technology to lead the iconic venue’s digital and technology transformation.

  • Top 5 predictions on the ‘workplace of the future’: Ecosystm

    5G services will push organisations to rethink the networks next year while communications-platform-as-a-service (CPaaS) adoption is set to rise, according to new report.

  • 8 more IT leaders play the ‘2020 predictions’ game

    Eight more IT leaders look into their crystal balls to predict the technologies and trends that will drive the sector in 2020.

  • Staff retention key for tech companies in 2020: AIIA

    The average salaries in the IT sector will continue to grow in 2020, but staff attrition rates will remain high, according to the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA).

  • 8 CIOs reveal top line predictions for 2020

    Tech chiefs are influencing rapid change across their organisations. They're at the coalface, driving technology projects that use technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning, virtual reality, data analytics, automation and robotics to change the way their organisations operate.

  • Scams cost Australians more than $100M a year

    Australians have so far lost $118.5 million to scams as at October 2019, which is already $10 million more than what it cost in 2018 ($107 million).

  • Gold Coast Airport boosts checkpoint security

    Gold Coast Airport is beefing up its checkpoint security with the use of advanced computed tomography (CT) screening systems over the next three years.

  • Data sharing practices in Australia are 'appalling': report

    Australian companies are failing to conduct formal reviews on the practices of companies they share data with, according to a report by Security in Depth.

  • Global IT coalition aims to fight domestic violence

    A number of organisations that work against domestic violence have joined forces with IT security companies in a bid to launch a new global initiative, Coalition Against Stalkerware.

  • Computerworld
    ARN
    Techworld
    CMO