Salus Ventures reaches $40m target with QIC investment boost
Salus Ventures, an Australian seed-stage venture capital fund, has surpassed its $40m target, powered by a robust investment from Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC).
Gretchen Johnson joins Nexxen as new Chief People Officer
Nexxen appoints former Siprocal executive Gretchen Johnson as Chief People Officer, emphasising talent development and company culture.
Okta set to acquire Spera Security in enhancement of identity threat detection
Identity security giant, Okta, gears up to acquire 2022-born Spera Security, set to boost its identity threat detection capabilities and enrich its customer base with advanced technology.
Rimini Street earns Great Place to Work certification
Rimini Street was awarded with a Great Place to Work® certification in Singapore, recognising its stellar workplace culture.
Cyberint report explores digital dynamics of Israel-Hamas, Russia-Ukraine conflicts
Cyberint releases report on digital warfare trends in Israel-Hamas and Russia-Ukraine conflicts, highlighting increased hacktivism.
Trellix warns of rising collaboration in ransomware groups in 2023 report
Cybersecurity firm Trellix exposes alarming collaboration within ransomware groups, citing sophisticated tools and tactics, in a new report.
Cybersecurity firm Salvador Technologies secures $2.2M BIRD grant
Israel-based Salvador Technologies teams up with US startup Bastazo, winning a $2.2M grant for AI-driven cybersecurity.
DragonForce Malaysia attacks Israeli institutions: Radware
According to Radware cybersecurity advisory, DragonForce Malaysia has returned for the third year with operations targeting Israel, known as OpsPetir.
Trellix appoints Joseph Tal to Lead Advanced Research Center
Trellix, a cybersecurity firm, has appointed Joseph Tal to lead its Advanced Research Center globally and act as general manager for its Israel office.
Who are 2016’s top tech billionaires? Don't worry, they're all men
While 2016 has been a tumultuous year for lots of companies, tech billionaires continue to dominate the ranks of the world’s wealthiest people.
Is low investment holding back NZ business growth?
Lack of investment in R&D, coupled with the poor way Kiwi businesses make use of advancements in science and technology, shows there is still a lot of room for improvement in NZ.
<strong>Dave Rosenberg reveals a few secrets to </strong><strong>Heather Wright</strong><strong> as he talks Westcon, leadership and the importance of family.