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Let’s Face It: MFA is Broken

Jason Trampevski, Field Chief Technology Officer at Sekuro, talks with Michael Warnock, Commercial Director at Daltrey, about the current state of identity risk.

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Why CISOs Must Build Strong Trust and Rapport

Sekuro’s CISO Prashant Haldankar shines light on the role of a CISO and urges organisational leaders to recognise the importance of cyber security.

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Careers

Meet the people behind the SOC: Jack King, Security Engineer at Sekuro

Learn more about how a career in cyber security is a rewarding lifestyle and an opportunity for continuous learning.

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IGA

A short guide to Identity Governance and Administration (IGA)

Sekuro helps with your organisation’s Identity Governance and Administration to ensure compliance, improve cyber security, and enhance operational efficiency.

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Compliance

PCI DSS 4.0 is here – what’s new & what does it mean for your organisation?

In March this year, the Payment Cards Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has introduced the new PCI DSS: Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. This initiated the transition from PCI DSS 3.2.1 to the new PCI DSS 4.0. Timeline for transition to PCI DSS v4.0 The transition period for organisations to update their PCI DSS Compliance extends to March 31, 2025, but CTOs and cyber security managers are already devoting time and resources to addressing the new PCI DSS requirements. PCI DSS 4.0 has three main transition categories: evolving security requirements, clarifications of guidance, and  structural changes to the regulatory format. Greater flexibility in PCI DSS v4.0 Version 4 of the PCI DSS ushers in a more customisable approach to regulatory language and specifications, allowing more interpretive scope and implementation flexibility. Stronger authentication rules in PCI DSS v4.0 PCI DSS v4 achieves closer alignment to the NIST – National Institute of Standards and Technology – cyber security framework in its guidance on MFA and passwords. These changes in PCI DSS 4.0 are worth a close look Let’s take a look at some of the most significant changes in PCI DSS 4.0 in terms of PCI DSS best practice for retailers, …

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Managed Security Service

How Managed Security Services could keep you out of the headlines

Find out how Sekuro’s Managed Security Service (SOC) helps boost your organisation’s cybersecurity resilience through Security Operation Centre and collaborative partnering.

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ISO 27001

Everything you need to know about the ISO 27001:2022 updates

The ISO 27001:2022 was published in October 2022. Check out this article to find out what you need to know about the changes.

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Metaverse

Surviving the Metaverse in 2030

Surviving the Metaverse In 2030 Tony Campbell, Sekuro’s Director of Research & Innovation. Tony has spent many years working in and researching cybersecurity, so our conversation was both detailed and practical.  By 2030, the Metaverse will have achieved mass adoption across both consumer and business markets, with billions of dollars of investment and capability powering a truly parallel existence. As with the ubiquity of the Internet today, organisations will adopt increasingly sophisticated digital replicas of their products and services, operating perfectly simulated twins of their physical counterparts. Ecommerce will shift from storefront websites such as Amazon and Kogan, to fully immersive digital showrooms, with virtual stores that you can walk around and products you can pick up, inspect, and interact with in virtual reality.This future isn’t science fiction, in fact, it’s not even that far off. Luxury product manufacturers are already experimenting with virtual reality showrooms, and this trend is growing as businesses realise the power of virtual and augmented reality in the sales cycle. Imagine the emotional connection as a buyer when you get to test drive a Ferrari’s SF90 Spider, sitting in a perfect replica simulator in Sydney, while tearing around German’s Nürburgring. The simulator delivers an exact …

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Events

Looking back on SekuroKon 2022!

In our first ever #SekuroKon conference, we had the pleasure of hosting various activities, keynote talks, and programmes for the 170+ #CIOs, #CISOs and #CTOs who attended it. Read more to relive the day and gather a snapshot of key insights.

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Cyber Security Awareness

Cyber Security Awareness Month | Four urgent actions to create a security culture & protect your organisation

“It’s time to take action!”, aligned with the fourth week theme of Australia’s Cyber Security Awareness Month, ” our Field CTO, Jason Trampevski highlights the four urgent actions for organisations to foster a security culture and safeguard the organisation.

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Managed Security Service Provider

Webinar Recap | Finding the best MSSP is all about asking the right questions

Find out the most important aspects of MSSP selection through the six questions raised up in our latest Knowledge Webinar.

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Anniversary

Happy First Birthday Sekuro!

Noel Allnutt, Managing Director Of Sekuro, Reflects Upon The Sekurian Journey Of The Last Year And The Exciting Places Sekuro Is Heading

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Access

Let’s Face It: MFA is Broken

Jason Trampevski, Field Chief Technology Officer at Sekuro, talks with Michael Warnock, Commercial Director at Daltrey, about the current state of identity risk.

Read More

Why CISOs Must Build Strong Trust and Rapport

Sekuro’s CISO Prashant Haldankar shines light on the role of a CISO and urges organisational leaders to recognise the importance of cyber security.

Read More
Careers

Meet the people behind the SOC: Jack King, Security Engineer at Sekuro

Learn more about how a career in cyber security is a rewarding lifestyle and an opportunity for continuous learning.

Read More
IGA

A short guide to Identity Governance and Administration (IGA)

Sekuro helps with your organisation’s Identity Governance and Administration to ensure compliance, improve cyber security, and enhance operational efficiency.

Read More
Compliance

PCI DSS 4.0 is here – what’s new & what does it mean for your organisation?

In March this year, the Payment Cards Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has introduced the new PCI DSS: Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. This initiated the transition from PCI DSS 3.2.1 to the new PCI DSS 4.0. Timeline for transition to PCI DSS v4.0 The transition period for organisations to update their PCI DSS Compliance extends to March 31, 2025, but CTOs and cyber security managers are already devoting time and resources to addressing the new PCI DSS requirements. PCI DSS 4.0 has three main transition categories: evolving security requirements, clarifications of guidance, and  structural changes to the regulatory format. Greater flexibility in PCI DSS v4.0 Version 4 of the PCI DSS ushers in a more customisable approach to regulatory language and specifications, allowing more interpretive scope and implementation flexibility. Stronger authentication rules in PCI DSS v4.0 PCI DSS v4 achieves closer alignment to the NIST – National Institute of Standards and Technology – cyber security framework in its guidance on MFA and passwords. These changes in PCI DSS 4.0 are worth a close look Let’s take a look at some of the most significant changes in PCI DSS 4.0 in terms of PCI DSS best practice for retailers, merchants and the cyber security industry. There’s a newly introduced customisable approach to implementation in PCI DSS 4.0. For certain requirements, retailers and service providers can propose any alternative control measures that meet the objectives of the PCI rules. This latitude gives compliant organisations some flexibility in achieving the goals …

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Managed Security Service

How Managed Security Services could keep you out of the headlines

Find out how Sekuro’s Managed Security Service (SOC) helps boost your organisation’s cybersecurity resilience through Security Operation Centre and collaborative partnering.

Read More
ISO 27001

Everything you need to know about the ISO 27001:2022 updates

The ISO 27001:2022 was published in October 2022. Check out this article to find out what you need to know about the changes.

Read More
Metaverse

Surviving the Metaverse in 2030

Surviving the Metaverse In 2030 Tony Campbell, Sekuro’s Director of Research & Innovation. Tony has spent many years working in and researching cybersecurity, so our conversation was both detailed and practical.  By 2030, the Metaverse will have achieved mass adoption across both consumer and business markets, with billions of dollars of investment and capability powering a truly parallel existence. As with the ubiquity of the Internet today, organisations will adopt increasingly sophisticated digital replicas of their products and services, operating perfectly simulated twins of their physical counterparts. Ecommerce will shift from storefront websites such as Amazon and Kogan, to fully immersive digital showrooms, with virtual stores that you can walk around and products you can pick up, inspect, and interact with in virtual reality.This future isn’t science fiction, in fact, it’s not even that far off. Luxury product manufacturers are already experimenting with virtual reality showrooms, and this trend is growing as businesses realise the power of virtual and augmented reality in the sales cycle. Imagine the emotional connection as a buyer when you get to test drive a Ferrari’s SF90 Spider, sitting in a perfect replica simulator in Sydney, while tearing around German’s Nürburgring. The simulator delivers an exact physical representation of the experience of driving Ferrari’s supercar, and this shows you how the car handles, performs, and drives with its completely accurate representation of controls and engine sounds. Topping it off, the experience of immersion in this 8k real-time rendered photorealistic environment means a few laps of the …

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Events

Looking back on SekuroKon 2022!

In our first ever #SekuroKon conference, we had the pleasure of hosting various activities, keynote talks, and programmes for the 170+ #CIOs, #CISOs and #CTOs who attended it. Read more to relive the day and gather a snapshot of key insights.

Read More
Cyber Security Awareness

Cyber Security Awareness Month | Four urgent actions to create a security culture & protect your organisation

“It’s time to take action!”, aligned with the fourth week theme of Australia’s Cyber Security Awareness Month, ” our Field CTO, Jason Trampevski highlights the four urgent actions for organisations to foster a security culture and safeguard the organisation.

Read More
Managed Security Service Provider

Webinar Recap | Finding the best MSSP is all about asking the right questions

Find out the most important aspects of MSSP selection through the six questions raised up in our latest Knowledge Webinar.

Read More
Anniversary

Happy First Birthday Sekuro!

Noel Allnutt, Managing Director Of Sekuro, Reflects Upon The Sekurian Journey Of The Last Year And The Exciting Places Sekuro Is Heading

Read More

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