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Banking Cyber Security Forum
BANKING CYBER SECURITY FORUM
June 18-18, 2019
Banking Cyber Security Forum is an exclusive, top-flight event exclusively for senior banking executives, set to address each of these challenges and opportunities and encourages peer-to-peer conversation via a programme built around conversation opportunities with peers from across the banking sect...

The Banking Cyber Security Forum London
THE BANKING CYBER SECURITY FORUM LONDON
June 18-18, 2019
Nearly 563 million customer data records were compromised in 2018 alone, GDPR and data protection remains king and 2019 is set to be the year when the Payment Services Directive (PSD2) completely changes the face of banking. The pressure is on banks to remain competitive whilst maintaining impregnab...

Australian Cyber Security Growth Network Ltd


The Australian Cyber Security Growth Network supports the development of a vibrant and globally competitive Australian cyber security industry that enhancing enhances Australia's future economic growth and helps protect Australia's interests online.

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It's now a year since the launch of the Australian Cyber Security Strategy. Could progress be better? Of course. But the progress is good. Actually, it's great. The collaboration between government and the private sector has had a fresh wind touch its sails and the level of cyber security collaboration between many of Australia's largest organisations is at an unprecedented level....
THE AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW
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Australia has a brand new distributor, OrcaTech, which is making a play at the cyber security market.The Sydney-headquartered company has signed malware detection and prevention company, Malwarebytes, as a foundation vendor.According to a company statement, OrcaTech offers best of breed products in its specific areas of security expertise and focuses heavily on partner enablement to ensure partners have the necessary access to sales, technical and marketing tools to succeed in a highly competiti...
AUSTRALIAN RESELLER NEWS
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Two major Government departments have been told to strengthen cyber security defences after an audit found they were vulnerable to attacks that could compromise sensitive information. Key Points The ATO and Immigration Department told they are vulnerable cyber security attacks. Both agencies warned they are responsible for national security data. More than 1,400 immigration staff installed unauthorised applications on their computers. The report found the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and the...
AUSTRALIAN TAXATION OFFICE
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New research from cyber defence outfit BAE Systems shows a disconnect between Australia’s boardroom executives and IT decision makers in tackling cyber threats, with finger pointing and blame shifting leading to pessimism when it comes to responding to cyber breaches....
THE AUSTRALIAN
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The passage last week of the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Bill 2016 places greater onus on organisations and agencies to provide robust and effective personal information protection and cybersecurity environments to combat cyber threats and data breaches....
THEAUSTRALIAN
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Authorities believe a sophisticated and automated hacking system is behind a series of threatening hoax phone calls that have disrupted the start of the year for students at more than 30 schools throughout Australia, as well as students from hundreds of schools throughout France, Italy, the Netherlands, Japan, and the UK....
THEGUARDIAN
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EVENTS

Banking Cyber Security Forum
BANKING CYBER SECURITY FORUM
June 18-18, 2019
Banking Cyber Security Forum is an exclusive, top-flight event exclusively for senior banking executives, set to address each of these challenges and opportunities and encourages peer-to-peer conversation via a programme built around conversation opportunities with peers from across the banking sect...

The Banking Cyber Security Forum London
THE BANKING CYBER SECURITY FORUM LONDON
June 18-18, 2019
Nearly 563 million customer data records were compromised in 2018 alone, GDPR and data protection remains king and 2019 is set to be the year when the Payment Services Directive (PSD2) completely changes the face of banking. The pressure is on banks to remain competitive whilst maintaining impregnab...