VENDOR CONTRIBUTION by Ryan Trost - Co-Founder & CTO, ThreatQuotient: Businesses continue to place more and more data in the cloud, from personal details to intellectual property. The growing adoption of cloud-based solutions by businesses, whether for greater agility, data analytics or to support employees in accessing the data, for example when they were remotely or from home, also increases the risk of cloud attacks.
Australia’s competition watchdog the ACCC is hauling global search giant Google before the Federal Court over allegations that the company misled Australian consumers to obtain their consent to expand the scope of personal information that it could collect and combine about consumers’ Internet activity - for use by Google, including for targeted advertising.
The University of Newcastle is claiming it is the first university in Australia to migrate its digital data to the cloud in what represents a “significant milestone” to improve services and boost cybersecurity for students and staff during COVID 19 isolation.
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