Australian cyber security firm Secure Logic will open its second Cyber Threat Intelligence Centre in the Indian city of Bangalore with a $4 million investment. The company already has one such centre in Sydney. The second centre is due to open its doors in December.
The era of open banking in Australia will be eased in from Monday, and will force major banks to surrender their hold on customers' banking data to the customers themselves, the deputy chief executive of the branchless digital outfit, Volt Bank, says.
Cyber security outfit Secure Logic has launched a threat detection platform that uses artificial intelligence and predictive analytics to predict data breaches with what the company claims is "a high degree of confidence".
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