Four of Australia’s security firms have questioned whether enough is being done to defend businesses and organisations against security attacks by cybercriminals in the wake of a report by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) revealing malicious or criminal attacks dominated data breaches over a three month period to the end of June.
Businesses that earn the trust of their customers by being responsible stewards of their information will be rewarded with loyalty and positive word-of-mouth recommendations, Mark Perry, the chief technology officer of cloud security firm Ping Identity says.
A mix of large, medium-sized and small IT businesses have generally welcomed the measures in the Federal Budget that affect their industry, though the government's meddling in encryption — as evidenced in the passage of the encryption law last December — did not exactly earn many cheers.
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It doesn't surprise me one bit not to see Australia on these lists.
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