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In the wake of cyber warfare threats, Australian IT staff say they're "frustrated with perceived lack of security awareness and preparedness from their employers", but business leads are still seeing cybersecurity as an ‘IT problem’.
By Nicki Pereira, Chief Technology Officer Zettagrid
There is a common misconception that the migration of services to a cloud provider means that businesses hand the keys of responsibility over to their new virtual landlord. However, understanding the threats to your business and what your service partner should be making you aware of has never been more important.
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