The need to become PCI-DSS compliant has driven the internal security agenda in a number of commercial organisations over the last five years in an unforeseen way.
As a species humans, are for the most part curious, somewhat altruistic and community or tribe minded.
Let this sink in for a moment: 1-in-10 sensitive, business-critical and compliance-related documents that your employees are currently sharing via cloud services are at high risk of loss or theft due to overexposure.
The very thought of it is enough to keep CISOs up at night. All across your company, in every department, employees are using apps that you haven’t tested, secured or sanctioned.
Where are all the cyber security experts? A rare breed wherever you are in the world, but demand in Australia and the wider APAC region has never been higher.
In my childhood, terrorists were people who hijacked planes. Now it seems more complicated.
Do customers still care about data breaches these days? Has ‘breach fatigue’ turned outrage into apathy? Will a data breach really damage your brand and bring down your business?
Damien Manuel, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Blue Coat Australia & New Zealand
Australia’s Data Retention Bill comes into full force this October. Telecommunication companies, phone carriers and Internet service providers will be legally required to store individuals’ metadata for a period of two years.