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Qualys Drives Continued Growth in Australia and New Zealand with New Appointments

Sydney, AUSTRALIA, 20 September 2022—Qualys, Inc. (NASDAQ: QLYS), a pioneer and leading provider of disruptive cloud-based IT, security and compliance...

New Digital Trust Research Reveals Gaps, Benefits and Key Takeaways for Future Digital Transformations

Results: 95 percent say digital trust is important, but only 12 percent have a dedicated role.

Cynterra Receives IRAP Approval for Public Multi-Cloud Gateway

Building upon the success of their AWS-hosted gateway solution, Australia’s Cloud Native Gateway leader, Cynterra, has just announced the successful completion of the IRAP Assessment of their new multi-cloud gateway solution that now covers both Azure and AWS clouds.

Aus’-India exchange program to take female tech talent global

Initiative will bring Indian women entrepreneurs to Australia and their Australian counterparts to India Competition expected to create biggest ever...
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Rubrik Surpasses $400 Million in Subscription ARR and Launches Rubrik Zero Labs, Data Threat Research Unit to Help Combat Global Cyber Events

Rubrik Surpasses $400 Million in Subscription ARR and Launches Rubrik Zero Labs, Data Threat Research Unit to Help Combat Global Cyber Events

The launch of Rubrik Zero Labs, Rubrik’s new cybersecurity research unit to analyse the global threat landscape, report on emerging data security issues and give organisations research-backed insights and best practices to secure their data against the increasing threat of cyber events.
The appointment of Former Mandiant Vice President and distinguished cybersecurity expert, Steven Stone, to head the newly-launched Rubrik Zero Labs
It has surpassed $400 million in software subscription annual recurring revenue (ARR) to date, growing over 100 percent year over year.

Macquarie Telecom Group delivers 8 successive years of EBITDA growth

Macquarie Telecom Group delivers 8 successive years of EBITDA growth

Macquarie Telecom Group (ASX: MAQ) has announced its FY22 results, topping its guidance and marking the eighth successive year of EBITDA growth with a 19.8% rise to $88.4M as demand for its cyber services rose.

The company exceeded $300 million in revenue (8.5% rise) across its data centre, cloud, government and telco businesses, with CEO David Tudehope highlighting strong growth in the company’s cyber security services. In FY23, Macquarie will continue to invest heavily, including by increasing the total IT load capacity of its IC3 East data centre by 1 megawatt and injecting up to $80M in CAPEX.