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'Data driven' is nothing more than a slogan for many businesses
‘Dark data’ – the kind of data that organisations have but don’t necessarily have the resources to take advantage of it, makes up more than half of a typical business.
Spark's Simon Moutter resigns; insider Jolie Hodson to take charge
"I haven’t made any decisions about what I’ll do after I finish at Spark, other than committing the first couple of months to spending some quality time with my family.”
4 ways AU’s job market will change in 2019 thanks to AI and ML
Splunk's Simon Eid delves into all the difficult issues, like will robots take IT jobs and what this means for the future of jobs in AU.
Observability: A new focus for cloud-native businesses
"Observability is becoming the norm for cloud-native businesses, unhindered by ‘legacy’ systems."
Zscaler expands capabilities with new partnerships
Zscaler increases partnership ecosystem to enhance network and security transformation capabilities for enterprises.
RepKnight adds dark web monitoring to top 3 SIEM vendors
RepKnight has announced the integration of its BreachAlert dark web monitoring platform with Splunk, IBM QRadar, and LogRhythm.
GDPR: Australia is at the tip of the security iceberg. It’s time to sink or swim
What does GDPR mean for Australian organisations?
DNA Connect inks agreement with Reekoh for IoT solutions
DNA Connect has onboarded Reekoh, adding their IoT integrations platform to their distribution portfolio.
Splunk’s new analytics-driven infrastructure monitoring solution
It hopes it will monitor complex IT environments, spot trends and prevents IT outages in order to decrease lost revenue.
Splunk investing in AI upgrades across portfolio
“Our latest wave of innovation is intended to arm customers with the tools needed to translate AI into actionable intelligence.”
CrowdStrike’s new integrations further expand partner programme
Crowdstrike have partnered with VMware, Google Cloud, Splunk and more to bring greater integration to their partner ecosystem.
IoT security: prioritise, practice, and predict
Splunk A/NZ area vice president Simon Eid gives advice on how to ensure that you and your clients IoT network is kept safe and secure.
Splunk aims to sort out industry data with new IoT offering
Splunk IAI offers a packaged set of capabilities that aim to help customers pivot their operational strategy from reactive to proactive.
DNA Connect named as Splunk APAC distie of the year
DNA Connect Named APAC Distribution Partner of the Year, an award that recognises the region’s top revenue- and value-generating distribution partner.
From reactive to empowered: Building a case for automation within your security operations team
Here are three questions every security leader can focus on to make automation a reality within their organisation.
Two locals take home Splunk APAC partner awards
Shelde was named the APAC Partner of the Year, while DNA Connect took home the APAC Distribution Partner of the Year award.
Splunk's cybersecurity set to SOAR off the back of Phantom Cyber acquisition
Splunk president and CEO Doug Merritt says the acquisition will boost Splunk’s “vision for the security nerve centre & for business revolution".
Now's the time for Aussie firms to review their security, say vendors
Australians simply aren’t prepared for the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme, even just with less than two weeks to go before the scheme takes effect.
Damage control: Are your computer systems ready to recover?
Splunk discusses the importance of a good disaster recovery plan and how it can be administered.
Four ways machine learning technology will evolve in 2018
Splunk breaks down four machine learning innovations that we are likely to see over the course of 2018.
LogRhythm, McAfee, Splunk & IBM round out Leaders in 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for SIEM
"They typically have relatively high market share and/or strong revenue growth, and have demonstrated positive customer feedback for effective SIEM."
IT incidents costing businesses more than $150,000 every time, survey finds
Organisations are experiencing five critical IT incidents per month, each costing organisations upwards of NZ$150,000 to the business.
Vodafone Australia partners with machine data company Splunk
“Splunk is helping us fine-tune our operations as we continue our focus on putting the customer at the heart of all we do."
Tenable launches cybersecurity focused partner program
The new ecosystem includes a series of new and enhanced integrations across an initial set of featured partners