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BT appoints new Australasia Director for Government Cyber Security
BT taps Rajiv Shah as new Cyber Security chief for Australasia, bolstering its gov't sector defence against cyber threats.
BT invests to expand cybersecurity presence down under
BT and the New South Wales Government have announced the opening of a new global cybersecurity research and development hub in Sydney.
Introducing bandwidth on demand - the latest from BT
With Bandwidth on demand, customers can increase bandwidth in real time when needed, for the period they require.
BT says investing in all the latest cybersecurity is no silver bullet
Throwing money at cybersecurity is a mistake that can make firms a target not just for cyber criminals but also for over-zealous IT salespeople.
Two industry heavyweights team up to research ‘SDN network of the future’
BT and Dell EMC have collaborated to explore the coupling of data centre technology and specialist switching software to create the next network.
British Telecommunications appoints new VP for security in AMEA
British Telecommunications (BT) has announced the appointment of Juni Yan as vice president for security in Asia, Middle East and Africa (AMEA).
BT boosts cloud collaboration with Cisco Spark integration
BT One Collaborate Spark helps customers create productive digital environments for their employees while reducing the cost of international calls.
New boss for HPE New Zealand as Colin Henderson takes top job
Colin Henderson has been promoted to the top job at Hewlett Packard Enterprise New Zealand, following the departure of Keith Watson.
James Hennah appointed by BT to lead South East Asia operations
He will lead BT’s South East Asia team from Singapore, focusing mainly on Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines.
Weekly NZ security roundup: RedShield, Palo Alto Networks, non-malware attacks and firewalls
NZ's cyber-front tackles evolving threats: Insights on non-malware attacks, innovative defenses like Palo Alto's tech, and data breach laws.
Interview: Bring on the barbecue - how IT & OT must work together to build better security
Bryan K Fite grills the need for IT and OT integration to sizzle up cyber security in BT's latest talk.
BT: It’s not just cyber criminals who will compromise your valuable data
Human error emerges as the key player behind data breaches, as BT unveils 60% are employee mishaps, not cybercrime.
Cybersecurity battling with 'ruthless and efficient' cyber criminals
Half of IT decision makers have no real strategy to protect against digital crime even though 94% are aware of it. Instead, they feel constrained.
BT ramps up push into NZ market
BT strides into NZ with Asnet for advanced communication solutions, enhancing global links and collaboration for local businesses.
Behind closed doors
Behavioural Targeting: is it a neat trick or an invasion of privacy? Calculated surveillance of consumer mobile habits presents a double-edged sword to the security-conscious internet enthusiast.
Rethink urged on telco regulation
Former deputy chair of UK regulator Ofcom Richard Hooper queries<br />how New Zealand's government agencies will work together as they rethink NZ's telco regulation<br />in the fibre world.