Even in the wake of high-profile malware campaigns such as the WannaCry and NotPetya ransomware waves, businesses are still failing to get the security basics right when it comes to employee awareness training and patching vulnerabilities.
Stories by Rohan Pearce
The stage may be being set for a significant campaign of malware-facilitated blackmail, according to the regional head of Malwarebytes.
The growth of “confidential computing” approaches will help clear away any “last mile barriers” for enterprises that are concerned about processing highly sensitive data in the cloud, Microsoft Azure chief technology officer Mark Russinovich believes.
Former Microsoft Australia chief executive Steve Vamos will take on the CEO role at Xero, effective 1 April.
Google has detailed its plans to use its open source AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) framework to bring dynamic content to emails.
X — the ‘moonshot factory’ of Google parent company Alphabet — has graduated a new business focused on improving enterprise information security by leveraging machine learning.
North Shore Hospital and Waitakere Hospital have rolled out a smartphone messaging service developed by Auckland-based Oncall Systems Limited.
Vocus revealed today it has decided to split its Enterprise & Wholesale business into two operating segments.
MyRepublic is continuing to build out its OpenStack-based private cloud, with the Internet service provider preparing to launch a site in New Zealand next year.
Uber has confirmed that in October 2016 hackers gained access to the licence numbers of 600,000 of its US drivers and the personal information of 57 million Uber users from around the world.
Rackspace has partnered with HP Enterprise to offer pay-as-you-go private cloud services based on OpenStack.
ANZ has appointed a new executive who the bank says will have responsibility “for developing potential new business opportunities and disruptive technologies as well as investing in emerging growth companies to improve the products and services provided to customers.”
VMware has used its Las Vegas VMworld conference to officially launch VMware Cloud on AWS.
The vendor behind the ‘Medicare machine’ service that sells access to individuals’ Medicare numbers also claims to sell email credentials for customers of major Australian ISPs as well as credit card numbers linked to Australian businesses.
Google Cloud Platform has landed in Australia, with the official launch this morning of a Sydney region for the service.