Adelaide service My Home Watch wants to put the traveler’s mind at ease through its home checkup and reporting service, keeping homes secure.
ALEX Solutions has developed software that analyses a company’s digital framework to shine a spotlight on any “sensitive” data which poses a security issue.
Jugglr is an app helping stay-at-home mothers connect with others in their local area and offer each other their professional services.
Sydney startup Secure Code Warrior has developed an online platform to help train programmers in cybersecurity through a gamified testing process.
Fintech startup Sail Funding is bringing airport-grade ID security to SMBs seeking small business loans. The startup has already raised $8 million in funding and is one of eight Australian startups participating in the Tel Aviv Landing Pad program.
In an attempt to reduce the loss of drive-off fuel and decrease the time it takes to pursue each incident Perth startup ScanCam has developed a high tech security system.
Data Republic raises $10.5 million Series A from Qantas Loyalty, NAB Ventures, and Westpac’s Reinventure Fund
Secure data exchange startup Data Republic has announced it has raised a $10.5 million in a Series A round from Qantas Loyalty, National Australia Bank’s NAB Ventures, and Westpac’s Reinventure Fund.
Australian startup Meeco wants to give power back to the individual through a secure life management platform. This platform supports a range of applications, from personal documents, photos, and other information which allows consumers to exchange data on a transparent and permission basis.
Generally we think of Hackers as being uber high tech criminals from the likes of epic spy dramas such as James Bond. Whilst not denying the existence of such characters in the real world, hacking is something that is much more common than the everyday business owner may realise and unfortunately in most cases – are WAY closer to home than you think.
Encryption isn’t always about doing something illegal. We live in a time when bored kids can hack entire servers with a smart phone, and understanding that a need for more complex and increased security is not always the sign of illegal activity seems to be a nuance not every government agency has caught on to.