THE FUTURE OF AI: Machine Learning and Knowledge Graphs
This is a great read for forward-thinking organisations that are keenly aware of the power their data represents and who understand that its proper use empowers intelligent decision making.
Setting the New Standard in Secure Software Development: The SolarWinds Next-Generation Build System
Organisations that support the public and private sectors must be far more proactive than before, keeping a vigil on bad actors, both internal and external, foreign and domestic.
Smart City Technology Management
Smart cities are the future, beyond a doubt. Nonetheless, the road ahead is neither easy nor clear. Beyond the many available technologies and models, there are many pitfalls and obstacles. Read on to know more about Smart City Technology Management.
EXCLUSIVE: It’s cloud and data access for Australian Institute of Health and Welfare in 2019
OpenGov Asia had a chance to chat with Geoff Neideck, Group Head, Data Strategies and IT, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. He shares with us some projects his team has embarked on and where they’re headed in the new year.
Second Philippine microsatellite launched to space
Diwata-2 will orbit at a higher altitude of approximately 620km. It was developed with the mentorship and support of Japan’s Hokkaido University and Tohoku University. Diwata-2 is a pivotal precursor to the next phase of Philippine space technology, called the STAMINA4Space Program.
Maintaining the Upkeep of IT Security and Confidentiality: A Bank’s Journey through Overcoming its IT Challenges
unstable external infrastructure and internal IT security and confidentiality,
Al-Arafah Islami Bank does everything it can to protect its customers and
ensure customer satisfaction through employing the help of Kaspersky solutions
to safeguard its networks.
The Worst Enemy: Cyber-threats
Kaspersky Lab’s ‘State of Industrial Cybersecurity 2018’ report shows a
crucial contradiction among the industrial community: companies have strong IT
networks but often fail to protect their Operational Technology (OT).
A bank’s journey to secure operations in a growing virtual desktop infrastructure and virtual server environment
The first commercial bank incorporated
using joint capital from both sides of the Straits, Fubon Bank serves the whole
country from its base in Shanghai. While technology to serve its IT
structure was in place, finding a solution to secure its growing VDI and
virtual server environment was not easy.
Global tyre company enhances cybersecurity to protect business-critical communications and data
This case study looks
into the efforts taken by Hankook Tire, one of the world’s largest tyre
companies, to serve its increasingly complex business cybersecurity requirements.
Hankook Tire selected Kaspersky Lab as it was capable of providing the products, services and infrastructure
necessary to protect business-critical communications and data through their cybersecurity
How Australia’s largest pharmacy group protects customer medical record and data
This case study looks at how Australia’s largest pharmacy group protects customer medical record and data through secure and reliable IT solutions.