How IT pros are building resilience against email security threats

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Fujitsu launches Canberra Cyber Resilience Centre

Fujitsu says the CRC next-generation Security Operations Centre provides a centralised model for the management of new core Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) offerings and the continuous delivery of end-to-end security services for its customers.

Located within Fujitsu’s Canberra office, the CRC is designed to provide Federal and State Government customers with a dedicated, physical location for cybersecurity, an escalation point for security services, and the ability to operate at a classified level with complete managed detection and response capability.

Fujitsu says the facility will grow to include a ‘virtual security operations centre’, which will service the entire Oceania region, and will complement the physical model and allow the facility’s services to be leveraged across the region where needed…


How IT pros are building resilience against email security threats

Over the past few decades, emails have played an integral role in daily business communication. Whether it is communicating with co-workers and customers, sending marketing campaigns, scheduling meetings or receiving newsletters, they are a useful tool for everyone.

 Research from Radicati Group shows that the number of emails sent and received each day will surpass 293 billion by the end of 2019, before reaching 347 billion in 2023. And according to a survey by HubSpot, 86% of professionals say email is their preferred way to communicate for business purposes….

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