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SimSpace appoints Clint Sand as new Chief Product Officer
3 days ago
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advanced persistent threat protection
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ai
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cyber threats
Clint Sand steps into role as Chief Product Officer at SimSpace, tasked with boosting the company's cybersecurity platform.
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New IBM & NCS partnership to fortify Singapore's data
This month
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data protection
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encryption
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quantum computing
IBM and NCS partnership to offer quantum-safe, privacy-enhancing services to Singapore's public agencies and enterprises.
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Australia aims to become global cybersecurity leader by 2030
Fri, 29th Dec 2023
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mfa
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cyber attacks
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australian government
Australia intensifies its cybersecurity measures with ambitions of becoming a global frontrunner in digital protection initiatives by 2030.
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Artificial intelligence in business: What will 2024 bring?
Tue, 21st Nov 2023
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ai
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us government
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cios
WalkMe's CTO, Uzi Dvir, shares his 2024 tech predictions, spotlighting the pivotal role of AI in the business landscape.
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FreeBSD Foundation introduces SSDF Attestation for secure software development
Tue, 7th Nov 2023
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netapp
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legislation
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us government
FreeBSD Foundation launches SSDF Attestation, simplifying secure software development for vendors and cloud providers.
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Aqua Security only vendor that can meet US EO requirements
Fri, 11th Nov 2022
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application security
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cybersecurity
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cyber attacks
Aqua Security helps software vendors meet compliance requirements of US Executive Order 14028, improving cybersecurity and preventing cyber incidents.
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Cohesity appoints Kevin Mandia as CEO of Mandiant
Fri, 16th Sep 2022
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advanced persistent threat protection
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digital entertainment
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cybersecurity
Cohesity appoints Kevin Mandia, CEO of Mandiant and cybersecurity expert, to its board and forms a Security Advisory Council to advise on emerging threats.
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U.S. face meets egg – used telecom tech to spy on own allies
Tue, 18th Feb 2020
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spying
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huawei
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national security
Huawei revels in a ‘gotcha’ moment in the wake of The Washington Post’s revelation that the US Govt used backdoors in CIA-owned tech company to spy on allies.
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Twitter hacked - up to 250,000 accounts compromised
Sat, 2nd Feb 2013
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cloud services
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encryption
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web development
Twitter blogged yesterday that an attack took place over 'just a few moments' before it was noticed by Twitter staff and shut it down.
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New Zealand's Enterprise Tech Summary: Week ending Sat 2nd Feb 2013
Sat, 2nd Feb 2013
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apple
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firewall
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outsourcing
Another exciting week has wrapped up here at NZET, Here's a summary of the news stories that were biggest in NZ this week.
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Fibre Watch: To Sydney, via Beijing?
Thu, 6th Oct 2011
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undersea cables
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advanced persistent threat protection
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wikileaks
Does a planned Chinese-backed trans-Tasman fibre cable really raise security concerns?.
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Is it time to break up Google?
Mon, 19th Sep 2011
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web development
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google
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eric schmidt
Executive chairman to face Senate panel this week in anti-competitive probe.
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New porn site suffix expected to go ahead
Fri, 25th Jun 2010
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icann
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us government
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green light
The creation of a new .xxx domain, dedicated exclusively to websites containing pornographic content is likely to be announced today.
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US to have less control over the Internet
Fri, 2nd Oct 2009
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internet
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icann
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european commission
The US government is expected relinquish much of its control over the Internet in the coming days when it signs a new agreement with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).