Tag: cyber security
Cyber security challenges for 2023
Car hacking is predicted to face increasing cyber security challenges in 2023, according to new predictions from Apricorn.
Defend and protect your Microsoft Teams data with Datto
While Microsoft assures service availability to Microsoft Teams' 270 million monthly active users, that guarantee doesn't stretch to the data within. It's up to your organisation to implement an integrated solution that provides your Teams users with data backup plus advanced threat protection. Datto shares how they can help you do that.
Why you need complete data protection
The question "How can I protect my clients' data?" is now key for MSPs - and one that's become increasingly complicated to answer. Datto takes us through the challenges and how Datto Unified Continuity offers a cohesive solution.
No password? No problem – Microsoft moves to remove consumer passwords
When it comes to protecting your digital identity, passwords are hardly the best method of authentication. They’re easy to forget, they’re easy to lose, and oftentimes you can even find them floating around on the internet if you’re not careful.
From hacking attack to acclaimed health IT overhaul
Two years on from a hacking attack that forced its systems offline, healthcare provider Tū Ora has entirely reshaped its IT infrastructure with a cloud and security-first approach.
Improve your organisation’s adaptability through security and privacy
A discussion that explores why security and privacy are universal and critically important underpinnings for all modern organisations.
What is cyber resilience and why is it important for MSPs?
An evolving threat landscape faced by businesses of all sizes has raised the stakes for prioritising and working toward cyber resilience. Cyber resilience may seem like an ambiguous term or maybe just another buzzword. Trust us – it’s a critical part of any business’s cybersecurity strategy and presents an opportunity for managed service providers (MSPs) to better serve their clients.
Ransomware in the Cloud: What Businesses Need to Know
For any organisation using cloud-based collaboration tools like Microsoft 365 OneDrive for Business or Google Workspace, the impact of a ransomware attack can be swift and destructive.
Why a purpose-built, private cloud is a good fit for data protection
Data protection has evolved greatly over the days of on-prem tape backup. It wasn’t long ago that organisations sent their backup tapes offsite for storage in case of a disaster. And for large organisations, synchronous or asynchronous replication between data centres allowed for failover from the primary site to a secondary site in case of disaster.
Exclusive: Seeby Woodhouse on the cyber attack on Voyager
We exclusively discuss a cyber attack on internet provider Voyager with Founder and Chief Executive Seeby Woodhouse. Also featured - working from home vs office based working, the importance of solid home Wi-Fi and a hands on review of the latest mesh Wi-Fi being distributed by Vodafone and Vocus and a number of perspectives on cyber security - including the recent data leak at Ubiquiti.
Ingram Micro Managing Director shares insightful industry perspectives
Jason Langley (Managing Director, Ingram Micro) joins Paul Spain to share perspectives on new technology, leadership, cyber security, working from home, technology distribution and more.
Privacy 101 – what every Kiwi needs to know
Customers will be more protected, and non-compliant businesses will be exposed. With 1 December less than three weeks away, here’s a rundown of the new Privacy Act's key features, and why action is long overdue.
The US election and tech – five areas where politics will have major influence
The tech industry's fortunes rest on who wins the White House and who has the power to pass legislation that could radically change how it does business.
NZ Cyber Security update, Android 11 arrives, TikTok/Oracle Deal, Nvidia purchase of ARM
KPMG Cyber Security boss Philip Whitmore joins Paul Spain on NZ Tech Podcast to discuss the state of play from a security perspective and reveals some interesting details about the scale of invoicing scams locally.
DDoS attacks a big warning against complacency on cybersecurity – RedShield
The recent distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks that hit the NZX and other New Zealand companies have receded, but the lessons on cybersecurity preparedness need to be learnt, says a leading cyber expert who was involved in the response to the attacks.
Talking to Michael Howard, Cyber Security Innovator
US based New Zealander Michael Howard has had a massive impact in reducing Cyber Security risk globally and currently advises on security in relation to Microsoft's Azure cloud computing services. eWeek magazine selected Michael as one of “The 100 Most Influential People in IT”, one of “The 25 Most Influential People at Microsoft” and one of “The 15 Most Influential People in Security.”
Good governance will help tech firms get to the “productivity frontier”
Why are some Kiwi businesses globally productive and successful, and others not? If you are a tech company business leader structured governance is key to accelerating growth and performance, says Institute of Directors Chief Executive Kirsten Patterson. She says good governance will help drive organisations toward a sustainable future and be the roadmap of the “productivity frontier”.
Consortium of cybersecurity experts to fight Covid-19 hacking profiteering
Nearly 400 international volunteers with expertise across varied cybersecurity fronts have come together to tackle global hacker cyberattacks linked to the novel Covid-19 virus.
The latest on, “Have I Been Pwned?”
Australian cyber security 'hacker' and Microsoft affiliate, Troy Hunt, has announced he will no longer sell popular breach checking website, Have I Been Pwned.
Smart communities – Microsoft intelligent security
Reece Gallagher is a Microsoft 365 specialist, working to help ANZ organisations transform their business by shifting to a modern workplace, centered around secure productivity and collaboration.