Read our decentralisation whitepaper to learn more about the problems with central stores of data; how decentralisation of private data works; why rolling key encryption makes data safer; and ways to improve the user access experience.
Read our Whitepaper: What's wrong with passwords? Inside you'll find out... Why ancient password issues still exist. Are your passwords really safe? How hackers exploit reused passwords. And the problems with mobile authentication.
Haventec CEO, Robert Morrish, will be presenting at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2018 in Sydney on 21 August 2018.
Businesses can improve data security and privacy by adopting decentralised approaches to sensitive information management said Robert Morrish, CEO of Haventec, at the BrisSEC18 Securing Business conference.
Many organisations still rely on the username/password authentication method for their systems developed in the 1960s. This outdated method is causing major problems explained Robert Morrish, CEO of Haventec, at FST Media's Future of Security conference in Sydney.
Who is responsible for managing the cyber risks of a smart building? "The short answer: anyone who controls access," explained Robert Morrish, Haventec CEO, during his presentation on cyber security at the Smart Building Summit 2017.
Robin Block of SecurityBriefAU sat down with Haventec's Robert Morrish to talk about decentralised security, the implications of Quantum IT, and the market for Haventec's technologies.
Haventec participated in the Australian delegation to the Leaders’ Roundtable on Cyber Security in Jerusalem, Israel, on 30 October 2017 along with government, academia and industry representatives from Australia and Israel.