SSI Pacific and Hexis Cyber Solutions join forces to address data retention requirements and cyber defence issues across Asia Pacific

Strategic partnership enables customers to manage data retention requirements and advanced persistent threat challenges MELBOURNE Australia – SSI Pacific, a leading independent system integrator in the “Asian Pacific” rim providing world leading Security Intelligence and monitoring solutions for Governments, Telecommunications and Enterprise sectors  today announced the finalisation of its strategic... Read more

Australia main conduit for cyber attacks

Australia is emerging as a major conduit for targeted cyber attacks, a report shows, as online criminals shift their gaze towards Asia. The country has become the main location of so-called “command and control” servers, which are used by cybercriminals when they attack governments and businesses. According to a report... Read more

The NSA Can’t Replace 90% of Its System Administrators

In the aftermath of Edward Snowden’s revelations about NSA’s domestic surveillance activities, the NSA has recently announced that they plan to get rid of 90% of their system administrators via software automation in order to “improve security.” So far, I’ve mostly seen this piece of news reported and commented on straightforwardly. But... Read more

NATO Edges Towards ACCS Software Validation

After years of initial cost overruns, delays and interoperability problems, NATO’s Air Command and Control System (ACCS) is entering the final stretch of software testing and validation, with national-level replication sites beginning to roll out across the alliance. Although some data-exchange interoperability problems continue to beleaguer the system, ACCS is... Read more

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