The Heartbleed security scare earlier this year revealed the “dirty secret of Internet security” – our over-reliance on passwords to protect online security warns Centrify’s new regional sales manager Derek Morwood.
Reports in April claimed that half a million of the Internet's secure web servers were believed to be vulnerable to attack due to Heartbleed, a security bug in the OpenSSL cryptography library.
Derek Morwood, an Australian-based executive for unified identity management leader Centrify, said Heartbleed had exposed a deeper problem. “It has shone a spotlight on the dirty secret of Internet security – the impoverished state of password management,” he said.
Text from the announcement released by Q Ltd on Friday, August 29, 2014
Q Limited has entered into a binding term sheet to acquire 100% of the shares in a number of companies making up the Crowd Mobile group (Crowd Mobile).
When James Chapman completes this year’s City-Bay Fun Run, the 16-year-old schoolboy who has spent most of the past three years in hospital will share his victory with supporters Australia-wide.
Using Adam Internet’s social media-enabled City-Bay Race Hub, James will share a personalised video of the moment he crosses the finish line and his race statistics with family and friends through Twitter, Facebook and email.
On Sunday, September 21, James will take part in the City-Bay Fun Run in his wheelchair to show how much he has achieved since a motorbike accident left him a paraplegic at age 13.
Australian technology distributor PCRange today broadens its range of affordable telephony products by launching the Speedytel PBX220, a pint-sized IP PBX system costing just $129.
Built by Speedytel Technology Ltd, a global manufacturer of VoIP hardware, the PBX220 is a compact yet powerful Wi-Fi router IP PBX that’s ideal for small businesses and home offices.
Announced today, Melbourne commuters can from September escape the cost, hassle and delays of their daily drive by using SuitJet, a business-class coach service that aims to revolutionise commuter travel.
SuitJet CEO and co-founder Darren Heiberg said the new service aimed to revolutionise commuting. “We want to give commuters back the many productive hours a week they sacrifice by driving to and from the city,” he said.
Unveiling the first three Mercedes customised coaches in the SuitJet fleet today at Melbourne Docklands, SuitJet starts operation from September 8 with bookings open to members from September 1. Each of the first three coaches is named after a Melbourne Cup winner to mark its pedigree.
Efficient, Might and Power, and Doriemus, who respectively won the Cup in 2007, 1997, and 1995, make a special appearance at today’s SuitJet launch to pass on their winning luck to the coaches bearing their names.