Nuix news stories
Nuix eyes legal sector as eDiscovery demand skyrockets
eDiscovery must encompass so much more than email and documents. If you haven’t looked at text messages and online chats, digital images, mobile devices, data in the cloud and social media, you’re not getting the whole story.
Nuix adds programme to entice APAC partners
The programme aims to attract new partners, provide added benefits to current partners and boost the cybersecurity company’s expansion into APAC.
All in a day's work: Why hackers hack and how they do it
It can take hackers less than an hour to steal data from an organisation, and most of the time their targets don’t even detect the attacks.
Weekly Asia security roundup: China’s cybersecurity law, hackers speak out, the MINDEF breach, and Yahoo’s CEO
A new survey by Consilio found that legal technology professions remain ignorant of China’s new cybersecurity law.
Weekly AU security roundup: Hackers speak out, CyberArk, unpatched software and Yahoo’s CEO
Nuix got the inside word from cyber hackers themselves about what they do, and why they do it. 50% of hackers change their attack methods for every target.
Hackers speak out: New study turns security stats on their head
The study confirms suspicions that attack methods are becoming ever more unique, with 50% of hackers changing their attack methods for every target.
Australian govt at ‘serious’ risk from insiders, cyber security expert says
"Background investigations & security checks only verify past behaviors and activities - they are absolutely useless in predicting future behaviours."
EXCLUSIVE: Behind the scenes with Nuix CEO
When asked how ‘he’ has gotten to where he is today and the secret to ‘his’ success, Sheehy talks only using ‘we’ and ‘our’.
Cybersecurity: Fighting the wrong battle with the wrong weapons
"I can count exactly zero data breaches caused by non-human-initiated system failure. Like it or not, people are the problem.”
How an Aussie tech company helped with the Panama Papers investigation
“Nuix technology was an indispensable part of our work on the Panama Papers investigation, as it has been with many of our in-depth investigations.”