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Thales and RMIT create new standard for space communication
The joint research project will help to ensure interoperability of high accuracy satellite-based positioning services.
Thales: Organisations failing to protect sensitive data in the cloud
Although nearly half of corporate data is stored in the cloud, a quarter of Australian organisations admit they have not employed a security-first approach to cloud storage.
Thales announces expanded access management capabilities
New adaptive authentication, single sign-on and application visibility capabilities have been made available for Thales SafeNet Authentication Service customers.
Thales launches new Gemalto Digital ID wallet
Digital ID wallet is designed to only share with third parties information that the citizen is willing to share.
New broadband telco satellite to be launched in Indonesia
Thales Alenia Space has been chosen to design and manufacture the broadband telecommunication satellite named SATRIA.
Keyfactor and Thales announce integration to fight code signing cyber-attacks
Keyfactor Code Assure aims to deliver secure code signing to software vendors, mobile app developers, enterprise IT organisations, and manufacturers of IoT devices.
Thales completes 15-month Gemalto acquisition
The combination creates a portfolio of digital identity and security solutions based on technologies such as biometry, data protection, and, more broadly, cybersecurity.
Aus organisations need to lock down on data security
Where nearly 3 in 5 organisations (56%) routinely encrypted employee and HR data in 2016, this has further dropped to around 2 in 5 organisations (44%) this year.
Thales extends offer acceptance period for Gemalto acquisition
The acceptance period is being extended to obtain regulatory clearance from antitrust authorities.
US retail sector security spend focuses on the wrong areas, says report
“These organizations continue, year after year, to spend on the same security solutions that worked for them previously."
UK most breached country in EU but businesses are blissfully naïve
A study has found that despite being the most breached country, UK businesses claim to actually feel less vulnerable than their European neighbours.
Thales reveals future strategic direction at media event
Thales has invested more than a billion euros in the last three years across four key digital technologies which it intends to pursue.
PHOTO GALLERY: Thales holds media event calling attention to cybersecurity
Today in Paris Thales opened its doors to international media to demonstrate with concrete examples how cybersecurity impacts businesses & citizens.
It's up to the shareholders: Thales launches offer to acquire Gemalto
Thales and Gemalto are readying themselves for a merger that may well create a world leader in digital security.
Thales boost security for Kakao, Korea's 'digital only' bank
South Korean digital-only bank Kakao has deployed Thales security technologies as part of its efforts to boost the foundation of its banking systems.
Data compliance top of mind for Japanese enterprises as legal deadline looms
More than half of Japanese enterprises are increasing their security spending – and topping the list is compliance.
Privacy, regulations and data breaches fuel demand for encryption services
Thales' 2016 Encryption Application Trends Study found the financial services, healthcare, technology & software industries main users of encryption.
Cyber security firm releases remote admin capabilities
For businesses with lights out datacenter requirements, there is an increased need for remote administration.