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How Can Companies Securely Enter Into the Cloud World?
In this white paper, gain insights into the benefits provided by Cloud Service Providers (CSPs), the key risks and challenges in adopting such services, and lastly, guidelines on addressing an organisation’s security requirements.
It’s fairly simple.
Sekuro’s mission is to be our clients‘ most trusted security partner. From the excellence of our delivery, to the integrity of our people, we put care into everything we do and see every client as a #clientforlife.
Trusted by leading organisations across the globe, Sekuro works with CIOs and CISOs to take a strategic approach to cyber security risk mitigation and digital transformation. Operating at the intersection of the digital technologies and cyber security industries, Sekuro reduces cyber risk while new technologies are adopted – ultimately building business resiliency and enabling fearless innovation.
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Sekuro is a Great Place to Work - and that's official!
At Sekuro, we take care and pride in curating a culture which promotes our diversity, individual passions and development aspiration. Our collective values bring us together as one team to execute our mission.
Our fabulous team of passionate and committed people comes from diverse cultural backgrounds and countries across the world (including Australia, France, China, Japan, the U.K., India, Italy, Russia, Singapore, and more), making Sekuro a Great Place to Work® and a place where people feel accepted and included.
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 …
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.
Find out the most important aspects of MSSP selection through the six questions raised up in our latest Knowledge Webinar.
In the seventh episode of Sekuro Talkshow, our Chief Growth Officer Shamane Tan was joined by Sekuro’s Field Chief Technology Officer Jason Trampevski to share about the roles of a Field CTO and a Technologies Platform and Engineering (TPE) team, and the common challenges his team faces.
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It probably doesn’t come as a surprise to many in the industry, but cyber security has a mental health problem.
Ahead of Mental Health Awareness Month in October, Sekuro surveyed 101 cyber security professionals to find out how they’ve been coping over the past two years. The results were distressing, but unfortunately, not surprising. As threats worsen and Boards become more anxious about cyber risk – those who work in the industry will know first-hand the pressure that’s been put on cyber security professionals, particularly since the start of the pandemic. This pressure to prevent attacks at all costs has come at the expense of our industry’s most valuable assets – our people.