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.
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.
The Australian Government's Landing Pads program gives market-ready startups a cost effective option to land and expand into major global innovations hubs around the world, with the potential for rapid growth.
"Data is the most valuable byproduct of digitisation in the world. Now you face a paradox: you need to secure this valuable data while servicing the demand for open access," explains Rob Morrish, CEO of Haventec, during his presentation on cybersecurity innovation at Realcomm 2017's Cybersecurity Forum.
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.
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.
Alpha Payments Cloud, a global payments integration solution provider with offices in Singapore, Ireland and the United States will serve as Haventec’s preferred integration partner for Authenticate and Sanctum.
Random numbers generated by software shouldn’t make sense. Whether they’re used in cryptography or to add extra fun to a game, they’re meant to be unsystematic, unpredictable. So what can possibly go wrong?
Ric Richardson, inventor and co-founder at Haventec shares the patent lessons gained during his Uniloc days:
"If you look at the act of filing for a patent, you are actually laying your invention on the line -- and very publicly."
The concept of a password had its roots in armies and secret clubs, but as the inventor of the computer password Prof Fernando Corbato of MIT has admitted: “Unfortunately it’s become kind of a nightmare with the Web."
AFR | 10 October 2016
Australian technology company Haventec has signed on Macquarie Group and two major international clients for its innovative password-less cyber security system, and will work towards an ASX IPO.
Sydney Morning Herald | 22 September 2016
Byron Bay inventor Ric Richardson is aiming to revolutionise security in online commerce and possibly other internet transactions with a new one-click payment system.
National Cyber Policy Centre | 19 May 2016
Haventec CEO Robert Morrish was invited to speak on a panel by NCPC in Canberra. The Panel discussion was about “Australian Perspectives on Encryption” and Robert talked openly about our teams group views on this critical topic.
Sydney Morning Herald | 22 April 2014
Ric Richardson, the Byron Bay inventor who went toe-to-toe with Microsoft in a massive patent battle and won, is raising funds for a computer security solution he says could be "much bigger" than his last one.