Cyber Security in 2019

January 2, 2019

With a new year of cyber threats ahead of us, what are the cyber security trends and activities most likely to affect your organisation? As 2019 gets underway, plenty of people are sharing their predictions for the year ahead. While there are plenty of unknowns ahead for the public sector, not least surrounding Brexit, one thing we can be certain about is the growing need for robust cyber security in the face of increasingly sophisticated and frequent attacks.

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NEXTDC is an ASX200-listed technology company enabling business transformation through innovative data centre outsourcing solutions and connectivity services. As Australia’s leading independent data centre operator, we operate the largest national network of Tier III and Tier IV facilities across five capital cities. We provide enterprise-class data centre solutions that power, secure and connect local and international organisations, including some of the world’s largest IT services companies.

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