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Updates from Fusion’s Cyber Security Lead Architect.


Forrester Study: Security Through Simplicity

Forrester Study: Security Through Simplicity

March 20, 2019

At Fusion we help our customers build and deliver simple, practical, scalable and yet measurable security capabilities. Technology can make things overly complex. Even…

Ninth Annual Cost of Cybercrime Study – Accenture Report

Ninth Annual Cost of Cybercrime Study – Accenture Report

March 12, 2019

In an ever-changing digital landscape, it is vital to keep pace with the impact of cyber trends.  In the Ninth Annual Cost of Cybercrime Study, Accenture and Ponemon…

Strength through Simplification: Taming Cyber Security Complexity in 2019

Strength through Simplification: Taming Cyber Security Complexity in 2019

February 28, 2019

Cybersecurity in 2018 can be best described in one word: complex. Yes, complexity has infiltrated every phase of the cybersecurity landscape this year, from bloated and…

‘Everyone is spying on everyone’ – Expert’s warning over increase in cyber attacks

‘Everyone is spying on everyone’ – Expert’s warning over increase in cyber attacks

February 21, 2019

Question is: how are you maintaining your security? Contact us at Fusion Networks for a chat about how to ensure your critical digital assets are secure from the myriad…

The next big thing has arrived – and it’s smarter than humans

The next big thing has arrived – and it’s smarter than humans

February 13, 2019

Ex Machina—loosely translated from the Greek phrase “from machine”, or if you’re a film buff, a reminder of a movie where a programmer was invited to administer…

Open the digital floodgates, yet trust no one

Open the digital floodgates, yet trust no one

February 7, 2019

Hyper-connectedness has led to an explosion of new devices (things), APIs, applications, cloud, mobile, data, networks and legacy services. Though these digital services…

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