THE CYBER SECURITY FIRM THAT HAS MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY BATTLING FOR ITS BUSINESS

THE CYBER SECURITY FIRM THAT HAS MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY BATTLING FOR ITS BUSINESS

ISRAELI cyber security firm Votiro will decide where to set up shop in Australia in the next few weeks, with both Melbourne and Sydney fiercely bidding for the group's business. There's good reason for the competition as Votiro is one of the fastest growing cyber security firms in the world and where they decide to settle could qu...

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THE MELBOURNE ACCELERATOR PROGRAM BUILDING THE FUTURE OF CYBER SECURITY STARTUPS

THE MELBOURNE ACCELERATOR PROGRAM BUILDING THE FUTURE OF CYBER SECURITY STARTUPS

IN the wake of the WannaCry ransomware attack, companies are more often considering how personal data is protected. It appears no business is too big to avoid the threat of ransomware, as global companies including Disney and Sony have reported cybersecurity breaches which have resulted in heavy financial losses. In response to this growi...

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AFTERPAY AND TOUCHCORP MERGER IS NOW COMPLETE

AFTERPAY AND TOUCHCORP MERGER IS NOW COMPLETE

THE anticipated merger of Afterpay and Touchcorp is now complete and effective from 6 July 2017. The two companies have joined forces to create a new group called Afterpay Touch Group (ASX: APT). The company will now enter a transition period where new appointments to the main management team will take place, as well as the integratio...

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HOW THIS START-UP WENT FROM CROWDFUNDING TO AMERICAN RETAIL

HOW THIS START-UP WENT FROM CROWDFUNDING TO AMERICAN RETAIL

AUSTRALIAN internet device start-up, KoalaSafe, is making waves in the United States after the group signed an agreement to be stocked in 250 American Target retail stores. "It all began as an idea back in 2014 after my nephew got an iPad for Christmas and was spending all his time playing Minecraft," says Steven Pack, who co-fo...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN START UP BUILDING SOFTWARE TO IMPROVE FARM SAFETY

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN START UP BUILDING SOFTWARE TO IMPROVE FARM SAFETY

A SOUTH Australian start up has received nearly $500,000 to build new software to reduce the incidence workplace deaths and injuries on farms. Safe Ag Systems has been approved to receive $498,000 in staged funding through the South Australian Early Commercialisation Fund, making it the largest grantee since the program was introduced in ...

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