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  • Industry recognises bravery and commitment
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    Industry recognises bravery and commitment

    By Rod Cowan In just four years, the Australian Security Medals Foundation Inc. (ASMF) has grown from an idea around a dinner table to an industry institution recognising bravery and contribution to security. With this year’s medals being presented during a sold-out black-tie charity dinner at the Sydney Opera House, ASMF Chairman, Steve Jackson, said: […]

  • McAfee releases free tool to check for Heartbleed affected websites
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    McAfee releases free tool to check for Heartbleed affected websites

    McAfee, part of Intel Security, has released a free tool to help consumers easily gauge their susceptibility to the potentially dangerous effects of the Heartbleed Bug, a vulnerability in OpenSSL that has placed millions of Internet users’ personal information at risk. To access McAfee’s free Heartbleed Checker visit: http://tif.mcafee.com/heartbleedtest By entering website domain names into the […]

  • Heartbleed bug found in OpenSSL software
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    Heartbleed bug found in OpenSSL software

    Roland Dobbins, Senior Analyst from Arbor Networks Security Engineering & Response Team (ASERT) comments about the Heartbleed bug; “This is an extremely serious situation, which highlights the manual nature of the tasks required to secure critical Internet services such as basic encryption and privacy protection. “There are no automated safeguards which can ameliorate these issues.  And […]

  • ASIS International – ACT Chapter
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    ASIS International – ACT Chapter

    Wednesday 14th May 2014 Presentation and Networking Event Guest Speaker: Cynthia from BLU – Business Liaison Unit Topic: “About the BLU” Guest Speaker: Ben from T4 Topic: “The Development of new T4 technical- notes and alignment with PSPF” About the BLU The Business Liaison Unit provides a public interface between the Australian Intelligence Community and Australian Business. […]

  • Imperva appoints Robert de Haan Regional Sales Manager for Qld, NT, NZ and Pacific
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    Imperva appoints Robert de Haan Regional Sales Manager for Qld, NT, NZ and Pacific

    Imperva, Inc, pioneering the third pillar of enterprise security with a new layer of protection designed specifically for physical and virtual data centers, today announced the appointment of Robert de Haan as Regional Sales Manager. He has business development responsibility for territories spanning Queensland, Northern Territory, New Zealand, and the Pacific.  He reports to Jason […]

  • Unofficial evacuation centres and community resilience
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    Unofficial evacuation centres and community resilience

    During recent bushfires and floods in New South Wales, there has been an increased prevalence of unofficial evacuation centres being established by local community groups to assist affected residents. Significant planning occurs through all levels of government and within the community to ensure that we can assist and care for those affected by disasters. Usually, […]

  • Editor’s Desk
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    Editor’s Desk

    “Decay Theory: (psychology) a model of forgetting which assumes that memories fade and will gradually be lost if they are not occasionally refreshed.” – McGraw-Hill Science & Technology Dictionary Security works when nothing happens. Or is it, if nothing happens security works? The spotlight is shone most commonly on security only after an event – […]