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Symantec Australia held its annual symposium at the Sydney convention centre. Delegates heard insights from Symantec's Brenton Smith, Sean Kopelke and Fujitsu’s John Kaleski.
Arbor Networks has acquired Australian security analytics firm Packetloop and is set to hire 12 new staff for a Sydney research and development centre.
Plans to build an Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) have been slammed by the Opposition for containing few details about how the ACSC will be funded or staffed.
This article provides you with an overview of the current state of application security testing. Some of the challenges with application security testing include ensuring adequate coverage of black-box application testing, false negative issues with white box testing using automated source code analysis software and the lack of experience in the security industry with testing of client side applications.
Whitepapers about security industry
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