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  • ​BT Global Services in cybersecurity, AI push

    BT Global Services is putting the final touches on a new purpose-built cyber security operations centre in Sydney as the organisation looks to triple worldwide revenue from its security business over the next three years.

    Written by Byron Connolly10 Feb. 17 13:55
  • ​Tech leaders detail security strategies

    The threat of cyberattacks continues to overwhelm many organisations, and it’s simply not a matter of ‘if’ but ‘when’ corporate networks will be breached by hackers.

    Written by Byron Connolly24 Nov. 15 15:50
  • Rising cyber-nationalism leads to amplified cyber-mistrust

    Though once a rare topic, today the air is filled with accusations of state-sponsored cyber-espionage and break-ins as the governments of U.S., China, Russia, Israel, India and Iran, among others, can be heard calling foreign cyberattacks a threat. The effect is a powerfully accelerating cyber-nationalism that's driving buildup of cyber-commands and general rancor that may spill over into trade relations.

    Written by Ellen Messmer19 March 13 20:04
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  • Schmidt: Private Sector Key to Stopping Google-style Attacks

    White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Howard Schmidt says the information security community is right to be spooked by massive, coordinated attacks that recently targeted Google. But he rejects the notion that this is cybergeddon, and believes the best defense remains in the hands of the private sector.

    Written by Bill Brenner08 April 10 05:19

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