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Interview: AustCyber's leading role in the Australian security space
Robin Block spoke to AustCyber's Craig Davies on investing in the Australian cybersecurity industry.
Interview: The Aussie security firm fighting cyber deception from the inside out
Penten’s Matthew Wilson speaks about advances in cyber deception and the growing importance of protecting information from hacks.
Huawei NZ upskills Kiwi students in ICT to tackle skills shortage
10 students from three leading New Zealand universities have won places on a two-week ICT training course in China.
SMBs in regions showing steady growth – MYOB
44% of operators in Waikato and the Bay of Plenty saw their revenue improve in the last 12 months, with similar levels of growth seen in Southland.
Asian SMEs lagging behind in data breach disclosure policies
Asia Pacific’s SMEs also worry about the cost of implementing cybersecurity technologies, believing that other business areas need funding more.
Western Sydney University Online takes students inside the mind of a cybercriminal
Western Sydney University Online will offer Australia’s first undergraduate course that will look at the psychological & technical sides of cybercrime
Dimension Data, Deakin Uni & Vic Govt work with industry to boost Australia's cyber skills
Students can choose to take a 12-week internship at ANZ, Deakin, Dimension Data or the NAB after they have completed their studies.
Australia's cybersecurity is 'undermined' by skills shortage
Cybersecurity is being undermined by the ongoing skills shortage and Australia will need at least 11,000 new security employees to keep up.
BT appoints new Australasia Director for Government Cyber Security
Rajiv Shah will lead BT’s expansion into Australasia as leading as Director for Government Cyber Security.
Degree no longer mandatory with tech opportunities - NZTech
“As soon as you remove the preconception that everyone needs a degree you can tap into lots of new talent," says NZTech CEO Graeme Muller.
CSA Singapore & ISACA team to help cybersecurity 'ride the digital wave'
“There is a strong demand for cyber security professionals; we need to grow our cyber security ecosystem in order to ride the digital wave."
Check Point, RMIT & MTA set challenge for cybersecurity students
“This Cyber Security Challenge will see Melbourne students share and develop ideas with Tel Aviv’ s next generation of cyber innovators."
Survey shows global skills shortage threatening development of IoT
The world has a significant Internet of Things (IoT) skills shortage with 76 percent of organisations reporting needing additional expert staff.
Could ‘Mr. Robot’ help solve the cybersecurity skills shortage crisis?
The infamous Mr. Robot garnered the equivalent of a cult following & we’ve seen blockbusters like 'Black Hat' give cyber security Hollywood treatment.
LookSee expanding beyond Wgtn to address NZ tech talent shortage
WREDA is in discussion with economic development agencies in Christchurch and Auckland in relation to expanding the talent attraction programme.
Australian cybersecurity experts now worth a premium as skills shortage bites
"If a company is struggling to find the person they need, they could consider taking on someone with a general IT background and upskilling them."
24 innovators selected to apply for entrepreneur visa through fellowship programme
The group selected by EHF are part of the first cohort in a three-year programme run in partnership with Immigration New Zealand.
Singtel's new CSX platform aims to entice Singaporeans to cybersecurity careers
Singtel is promising to strengthen Singapore’s cybersecurity talent for students and mid-career professionals who want to get a start in the industry.
Skilled tech recruits flock to Wellington after talent attraction programme
So far, 64 of the 93 tech specialists have either accepted job offers or are in discussion with Wellington employers after WREDA’s LookSee programme.
Kiwi tech companies need to be more proactive in solving skill shortage problem - NZTech CEO
Graeme Muller says that the very firms that make the most noise about this issue need to stand up play a more active role in attracting talent.
On track for 2020 Olympics, Ni Cybersecurity & Cyberbit open doors to Tokyo training center
With the 2020 Tokyo Olympics looming, Cyberbit & Ni Cybersecurity saw an urgent need to provide cybersecurity skills training in Japan.
How a Waikato Uni grad transformed Tonga's cyber security
“If we don’t develop a better understanding of cyber security and implement strategies as a society, cybercrimes will become commonplace."
Polytechnics to play key role in science skills shortage
"There is a significant mismatch between the knowledge and skills acquired through tertiary education to those needed in employment."
Australia in a digital boom with 40,000 more tech jobs over the last two years
A new report has revealed without skilled ICT labour Australia will stagnate - 81,000 new ICT professionals are needed by 2022 to fuel future growth.