Temporary migration is one solution to help fill Australia’s cyber security talent shortage, but much more needs to be done to retain and upskill the country’s existing talent base, according to a senior executive from security firm McAfee.
Gary Denman is the man at the helm of Intel Security, joining the North Sydney-based team immediately and reporting to APAC vice-president Gavin Struthers with immediate effect.
Business leaders want to embrace digital transformation as a critical success factor but the inflexibility of legacy systems, inadequate IT skills, and lack of budget are holding enterprise back.
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I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.