RUPERT TAYLOR-PRINCE: Australia’s military-grade cyber security (and how it applies to commercial organisations

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Published Jun 23, 2020, 12:04 AM

Australia is facing a significant increase in sophisticated state-based cyber attacks, something which Rupert Taylor-Price has noticed in his own work as the founder of Vault Cloud. In this episode, Blair and Rupert discuss Australia’s readiness for such attacks and the importance of diversity in technology, given the fallout of cyber criminals attacking a specific technology provider, and consider the definitions and implications of public versus private versus community cloud. Calling on Rupert’s expertise in military-grade security, they discuss topical issues around government security requirements and how this applies to the private sector. Rupert also shares his insights on the future of data sovereignty and the pros and cons of using foreign services versus domestic providers.

CREDITS Host: Blair Crawford, Co-founder and Managing Director, Daltrey Guest: Rupert Taylor-Price, CEO and founder of Vault Cloud Producer: Dan McHugh

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