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Palo Alto Networks: Australia is resilient but overconfident about cybersecurity abilities
36% of respondents lost at least $130,000 in data breaches in 2015-2016, and 40% have lost money in the last year alone.
Seven key areas for your cybersecurity investments
As cyberattacks continue to proliferate prioritising where to focus resources to adequately protect your company is a challenge.
A look at the Fortinet-CIS collaboration & how it will change cyber risk management in A/NZ
Fortinet and Australian Insurtech company Cyber Indemnity Solutions (CIS) are collaborating on a security assessment program.
Interview: Uptime Institute on decreasing the risk of data center incidents
Data center infrastructures are the basis for conducting business and have become the single largest capital asset owned by most corporations.
Christchurch cloud software provider announces integration with Perth startup
Vault Intelligence adds early intervention mental health monitoring and hazard perception training products to its risk and safety management suite.
Why smart contracts on the blockchain aren’t viable for businesses yet - Gartner
Smart contracts within blockchain platforms have a lot to offer, but the immaturity of the technology makes them a potential vulnerability for now.
Six essential steps to a successful cybersecurity program
Firms are at a disadvantage in the fight against cybercriminals but building a mature cybersecurity program can help overcome those problems.
What to tell the board about the blockchain – Gartner
How to tell the board about a technology that could disrupt business models, remove institutional arbiters, and reprogramme the economy.
What digital transformation means for risk management – Gartner
When everything is digital, how do project managers handle risk in an interdependent environment?
Introducing the dawn of a radical approach to cyber risk management
It’s time to think inside the box. Threat prevention offers the lowest risk, lowest cost and limited liability, according to experts.
Fraud, cyber risk are top compliance challenges facing financial execs today
“Technology-adoption inertia is the greatest risk to the compliance department’s future effectiveness as a strategic advisor and risk manager."
Willis Towers Watson says the biggest cyber risks right now are your employees
Businesses should focus more on employees and company culture as they manage their cyber risks before they get too bogged down in the technology.
NZ directors believe cyber risk tops the threat list for 2017
“It is worth noting that cyber risk is absent for nearly one-third of organisations in New Zealand."
ISACA provides cyber governance roadmap for enterprise security
ISACA has given professionals and enterprises a roadmap and direction for the areas of cyber governance, with the launch of its new audit program.
Understanding why Risk Intelligence is a true game changer for MSPs
With an increasingly regulated and hostile Internet, MSPs are forced to move at the pace dictated by cybercriminals - Risk Intelligence can help.
Risk aversion might be the safer path - but it comes with a hefty cost
Organisations that are too risk-averse might be stalling their own growth, or at least that's what new research by Marketforce has found.
It's crunch time: NZ faces 'critical point' in data governance
"We need to think very carefully how we’re going to govern multiple information flows. We have no choice but to face challenges and provide control."
Axway champions data governance presence in ANZ market
Enterprises in New Zealand are looking to adopt new API-based connectivity methods over traditional approaches, Axway reports.
The bane of all data center environments: How it can all go wrong
As data centers evolve in size and complexity, multiple areas of potential risk continue to arise - here's some of the most common to be aware of.
Singapore cloud providers given more risk management freedom
Singapore's cloud guidelines are changing to bring them into line with the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) guidelines and expectations.
HPE launches Verity Suite for superior information governance
HPE is taking global information management and governance seriously by introducing its new HPE Verity suite & Verity Information Archiving.
Cybersecurity risk-management vital, says expert
Cybersecurity risk-management is not only vitally important to individuals, businesses & governments around the globe - it's very tough to get right.
The perceived risks of cloud depend on where you are standing
Adoption of cloud services by government agencies is steadily increasing, albeit at a slower rate than in other sectors.
UXC: Australia’s Cyber Security Strategy a great leap forward
Australia’s new Cyber Security Strategy for Australia will help solve problems that plague the cyber security industry and promote "cultural change".