Entries by Naina Dasgupta

AusCert 2019

We are excited to be exhibiting at the AusCert Conference 2019 at the Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort & Spa, Swing by booth 37 to say hello to the team and booth vendors – Flashpoint, ThreatConnect and VMRay. Exhibiting at the conference is also our other vendors – Thycotic and Airlock  AusCert 2019 is a great […]

Refirm Labs Signs emt Distribution

emt Distribution brings ReFirm Labs to Australia and New Zealand to counter growing cyber threats to devices and the IoT Agreement allows reseller partners to offer Centrifuge Platform™ to secure Internet-connected devices from routers and security cameras to light bulbs Adelaide, Australia – 23 April 2019: Cyber security software specialist, emt Distribution, today announced an […]

Threat Intelligence Platforms 101

By Alex Duffy, Security Solutions Architect, emt Distribution  Threat Intelligence is quickly becoming one of the most powerful ideas in our current IT security landscape. Threat Intelligence allows you context for your data and helps empower your organisation to develop a proactive cyber security posture and strengthen overall risk management policies. It also helps security […]

What do ASD Essential Eight changes mean for your organisation’s security

  By Alex Duffy, Security Solutions Architect, emt Distribution  The recent (25/2/19) and unexpected update to the Australian Signals Directorate’s Essential Eight Maturity Model serves to keep the ASD’s guidelines relevant going forward and address the latest weak points in IT security. What stays the same though is the ASD’s guidance on practical updates on […]

Flashpoint Intelligence on APAC-ANZ Cyber Activity to Guide Upcoming Risk Decisions

Author:  Aaron Shraberg, Flashpoint   Geopolitical and economic tensions between the United States, China, and North Korea figure to steer risk management decisions in the Asia-Pacific region for the coming months. Organisations, such as some recently targeted financial services institutions in Australia and New Zealand, should closely monitor cyber and political activity in the area. […]