Haventec’s CEO Rob Morrish met with PM Malcolm Turnbull as part of a round table to review Australia’s cyber security strategy a year since it was launched. “Trust and confidence through cyber security is becoming economic and security currency for Australia,” says the PM.
We’re pleased to announce Haventec is making one-click transactions safer and easier with our Sanctum product. Haventec Sanctum is a revolution in the handling of critical data such as personal credit information (PCI), personal health information and other forms of personally identifiable information.
Chris Pogue joins Haventec as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) with close to 20 years’ experience in cyber security, including working with Haventec’s security partner Nuix. Chris draws interesting parallels with the role of a Chief Information Security Officer in the corporate world and a Warrant Officer in the army.
When we joined Austrade’s delegation to the RSA Conference in San Francisco mid-February 2017 our aim was mostly to build Haventec’s company profile, as well as making quality connections with potential partners and clients. Listening to questions from new acquaintances as well as ongoing feedback from other members of the delegation was invaluable – pitching our story is simply the best way to refine it.
The big technology trends being talked about at the RSA Conference circle some of the challenges in our industry: endpoint security; and artificial Intelligence and machine learning for server log management.
Pitching alongside 50 other Aussie startups Haventec gained plenty of fresh perspectives on how we can sell cyber security innovation.
After several years of debate the Federal Government passed a bill early in 2017 that tightens the rules around data breach notifications. Find out what the updated laws mean for your organisation.
Early in 2017 we started arranging our engineering talent at Haventec into three teams, each playing to their personal strengths. Here Ric Richardson explains how those teams run and why proof of concept and minimum viable product teams are very different.
Haventec is on a roll: the first quarter of 2017 saw us roll out our two flagship products, Secure Wallet and Authenticate, both built on our core concept of truly decentralised security. We’ve also begun going public about our inventions, including presentations at the massive RSA Conference in San Francisco, the UK Start Up Games in Melbourne and a Cyber Round Table with the Australian Prime Minister Turnbull. Follow our recent exploits below, plus unlock fascinating insights from our chief inventor Ric Richardson on how different software engineers’ brains really work.