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2022 Cyber Security Report

July 25, 2022

2022 Cyber Security Report
The past twelve months represents one of the most turbulent and disruptive periods on record, at least as far as security is concerned. As governments and businesses around the world continued to navigate the uncharted waters of a global pandemic, the so-called “new normal” still felt a long way off. Digital transformation efforts were dramatically accelerated as businesses embraced hybrid and remote working arrangements, but the same questions around security maturity that plagued many businesses in 2020 persisted through 2021.

Spotlight

SIS

With operations across India and Australia and with more than 100,000 employees, the SIS Group provides holistic security solutions and business support services to a wide range of customers spread across diverse geographies. The Group’s overarching objective is to provide customers a favourable operating environment in which to conduct their business. The Group provides these services through 9 strategic business units (SBUs) consisting of independent companies, joint ventures and wholly owned subsidiaries. Being one of the largest security services providers in the world, the SIS Group has an entrenched presence in India and Australia with 104 branchescovering 540 districts in India spread across 16 regions of the country and 8 state offices in Australia. Besides, the Group also possesses 14 training facilities in India and 4 in Australia servicing over 5,000 customers across more than 10,000 customer locations.

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Supply Chain Security in MongoDB’s Software Development Lifecycle

whitePaper | May 25, 2022

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Mid-Year Threat Landscape Report

whitePaper | November 17, 2019

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NMS Security Architecture Considerations & Approaches

whitePaper | August 26, 2022

The SolarWinds compromise became public in December 2020 and was a massive wake up to the industry. Likely a state-sponsored attack, it compromised potentially thousands of governments and other high-profile organisations across the globe. Many organisations are currently in damage control following the breach. Many of them are unsure if the perpetrators have entered, spread and are still persistent within their environment - even after they shut down the SolarWinds Platforms.

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Cybersecurity - for safe and secure mobility

whitePaper | June 6, 2022

In a world that is increasingly connected and digital, cybersecurity is no longer simply an operational requirement – it is an economic necessity that is vital to the ongoing health of any business.

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Cross-Generational Security Of Mobile Telephony

whitePaper | August 4, 2022

Abstract— With the recent roll-outs of 5G networks and the rise of phones supporting the standard, it’s critical to examine the technical underpinnings of 5G system security. The fifth generation of 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) mobile telephony, the lack of understanding, outright hostility, and general confusion surrounding this roll-out is unmatched in the history of mobility. We aim to alleviate much of the confusion and hostility by providing an overarching description and security document.

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Spotlight

SIS

With operations across India and Australia and with more than 100,000 employees, the SIS Group provides holistic security solutions and business support services to a wide range of customers spread across diverse geographies. The Group’s overarching objective is to provide customers a favourable operating environment in which to conduct their business. The Group provides these services through 9 strategic business units (SBUs) consisting of independent companies, joint ventures and wholly owned subsidiaries. Being one of the largest security services providers in the world, the SIS Group has an entrenched presence in India and Australia with 104 branchescovering 540 districts in India spread across 16 regions of the country and 8 state offices in Australia. Besides, the Group also possesses 14 training facilities in India and 4 in Australia servicing over 5,000 customers across more than 10,000 customer locations.

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