Forget the old ways of managing security. Isolation is a thing of the past – at least when it comes to electronic and cyber security. They are rapidly converging – but how will the two work together?
There is a growing risk of security threats and breaches as the number of entry points into a network dramatically increase.
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For more than a year, your company has been working days, nights and weekends creating and rolling out sophisticated data protection software for delivery to a major international client. The contract is worth tens of millions of U.S. dollars.
There is no escaping it, the ‘age of machines’ may finally be upon us. The Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly shaping our future, but is it going to resemble more than just a network of interconnected parts?
In so many cases of technology development, security is an afterthought, privacy is missing and ethics aren’t even thought of. This happens especially in the startup world, they’re not security experts
How much do you know about the National Broadband Network (nbn)? According to many surveys the public is confused about what it means, when it is coming, and don’t know how or who to ask for help.
Boom Edam – which equips dozens of Fortune 500 companies over 27 countries – is introducing its most advanced high-security access solution to the Australasian market, the Tourlock 180+90 revolving door system.
The use of drones – also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) – is rapidly becoming common practice across multiple industry sectors.
Technology is evolving fast. Not only do we embrace this change, it has in fact come to shape our expectations as consumers. Within the security industry, usability, value for money, security, remote operation and integration with other systems, are becoming standard requirements for both installer and end-user.
It is common place for employers and principal contractors to drive down employment costs by illegitimately disguising workers as independent contractors, particularly in sub-contracting out the works required. The security industry is vulnerable to ‘turning a blind eye’ to the compliance with the Fair Work in competing for security work.