A new decade is always something to celebrate. We can now look back on our twen’teens with nostalgia, and talk about all the security threats of the past years. Nation-state attackers, critical infrastructure attacks, fiery banking trojans and the rise of ransomware.
But enough about these threats of the past. Instead, this blog will discuss some of the new-school threats that may surface now that we are in the roaring twenties.
At Axenic we take staff development seriously – which is why the whole team attended the annual Kawaiicon infosec conference held on October 17th & 18th in Wellington. In case you couldn’t make it, we got together afterwards and have summarised our top 6 highlights from what was yet another superb information security event. Read More
Back in 2009 when Chris Blunt and Jim Shaw founded Axenic the first Samsung Galaxy phone was released, Windows 7 was finally made available to replace Windows Vista, E-books saw a 235 percent spike and Michael Jackson passed away. Read More
We’ve recently created a new section on our website for case studies. Our customers were telling us that they wanted to hear more about what we’re doing and how we help different organisations. Of course, due to the nature of our work, a lot of this information is confidential and protecting this is always our top priority. However, we are able to share some information and have developed the first of what we believe will be many case studies in collaboration with our client and partners. Our first one showcases how Axenic worked with Not For Profit organisation the Human Rights Measurement Initiative.
Last week Michael Price, Ahmed ElAshmawy and Chris Blunt from Axenic were fortunate enough to make the trip across the Tasman to Sydney for the 2nd annual COSAC APAC Security Conference. All 3 had the chance to speak to the attendees and without any bias, Michael shares his take on the Top Talk and some other notable mentions.