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Endpoint Device Evasive Attack Stages & DNA Next-Gen Storage Technology

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We speak with John Karabin, Director of Cybersecurity at NTT Australia looking at their January threat report and specifically at their recommended Endpoint Device evasive attack stages. Also includes in-depth discussion on the Solarwinds breach and how it has reached Australian and APAC shores.

Following John, we speak with Anthony Spiteri, Senior Global Technologist with VEEAM. Anthony provides insights into the VEEAM Software suite, as well as discusses the use of DNA as a next generation storage technology.

Finally we walk through a recent Canalys report and forecast 10% growth in Cybersecurity.

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