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Consumers want frictionless login without sacrificing security
Australian consumers increasingly want frictionless online login experiences without sacrificing the security of personal information.
The rising importance of cloud ID and access management in an increasingly online world
Australian businesses face a growing array of sophisticated cyberthreats aimed at breaching networks, stealing data, and causing disruption.
Ping Identity names new channel manager for ANZ
Robert Cipriani will be responsible for managing Ping Identity’s channel organisations within the region and supporting partner go-to-market strategies.
Sector training, further investment required in Australian Budget - ANZ cybersecurity vendors
"Budget funding, awareness and technology solutions are sorely needed today to support Australian business cybersecurity."
The growing importance of digital identity in a COVID-19 world
With many staff still working from home and customer interactions occurring online, being able to reliably identify people is critical for maintaining the security of applications and data stores, writes Ping Identity country manager for ANZ Ashley Diffey.
Interview: Ping Identity exec on why security system updates are critical during COVID-19
TechDay spoke with Ping Identity country manager for ANZ and Japan, Ashley Diffey, on how zero-trust is favourable over perimeter-based security, and what the changes in work mean for businesses in a post-COVID-19 world.
Trustworthy and reliable: why making data privacy a priority leads to stronger customer relationships
Showing you’re scrupulous about how you collect, use and store customer information also has a positive impact on your customers’ experience with your brand and your bottom line.