Tech Mahindra and ITI partner for 4G and 5G opportunities in India

Partnership will help push for projects as India bans Chinese telco products. India’s ITI and IT service provider, Tech Mahindra plan to jointly create “Make in India” stack as part of this MoU for the upcoming 4G and 5G opportunities in India. ITI Limited has experience in manufacturing 4G to…

Read More

In Hong Kong national security law, echoes of China’s own cyber crackdown

Will Hong Kong have a firewall, similar to that of China? By Cate Cadell BEIJING (Reuters) – Hong Kong’s new National Security Law will shake up digital surveillance in the city, with strict new company compliance measures that echo the mainland’s years-long crackdown on anti-government content. Foreign tech companies have…

Read More

Organisations turn to cyber threat intelligence to keep ahead of attackers

Report shows organisations across A/NZ and APAC looking to CTI programmes to build a proactive defence posture. New research from the 2020 SANS Cyber Threat Intelligence survey showed cyber threat intelligence was strong showing signs of maturing and cementing its place in the cybersecurity arsenal to protect businesses from relentless…

Read More

Submarine cable connects Japan, Australia, and US

The last cable between Japan and Australia was constructed more than 20 years ago. The Japan-Guam-Australia (JGA) Cable System has upgraded the cables that interconnect Japan-Guam-Australia South (JGA South) in Guam, extending the cable’s reach. These cables establish one of the fastest path between Tokyo and Sydney, delivering essential network diversity…

Read More

CIOs in India and Australia are in early post-COVID planning stages

Adobe research shows CIOs are optimistic about finding success in a post-pandemic economy. Adobe’s latest survey of CIOs in India and Australia showed 67 per cent of respondents had been severely impacted by COVID-19. They faced challenges in helping their teams communicate effectively and have the right technology. According to…

Read More

Suncorp furthers IT investments with CIO appointment

Australian financial services company hires ex-CommBank senior IT decision maker . Australia-based Suncorp Group Limited has appointed Adam Bennett to the role of Chief Information Officer (CIO). Bennett has held several technology and banking roles, primarily at Commonwealth Bank of Australia and makes him experienced in the field of financial…

Read More

Singapore Government pushes AI data analytics in fight against COVID-19

Government to invest S$710M in infocomm technology Singapore is stepping up its use of data analytics its use of artificial intelligence (AI) and sensors to make lives “easier, safer and smarter”, states GovTech Singapore. The impact is being felt in everything from the fight to contain the Covid-19 outbreak to…

Read More

Ponemon Institute finds organisations security playbook ad-hoc

Ponemon Institute shows businesses’ effectiveness in preparing for and responding to cyberattacks have improved. While organisations surveyed by the Ponemon Institute have slowly improved in their ability to plan for, detect and respond to cyberattacks over the past five years, their ability to contain an attack has declined by 13…

Read More

SK Telink upgrades network to keep up with consumer data useage

Keeping up with consumer consumption of data. South Korean network operator SK Telink has selected Ciena to upgrade its submarine network between Seoul, South Korea, Hong Kong and Los Angeles. Ciena will also provide a platform to deliver more differentiated customer experiences. Ciena’s Adaptive IP solution will allow SK Telink…

Read More