BAE Systems stories
archTIS reports strong Q2 results & record 1H24 performance
Strong Q2 results and record 1H24 earnings put archTIS Limited, a secure data collaboration software firm, en route to achieving imminent revenue expansion and nearing cash flow positivity.
UK cyber industry addresses AI threats at Parliament summit
UK cyber industry leaders gather at Parliament summit to discuss threats posed by artificial intelligence and propose solutions.
NCC Group appoints Doug Klotnia as Global Capability Leader for Managed Services
NCC Group appoints Doug Klotnia as Global Capability Leader for Managed Services, aiming to deliver threat intelligence-led real-time defenses.
Chubb has strengthened its Executive Leadership Team
Chubb strengthens Executive Leadership Team to increase oversight of global sales and operations, focusing on people, process & portfolio.
Singapore Cybersecurity Challenge winners laud UK 'Masterclass' experience
The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) has congratulated participants in last year’s Cyber Security Challenge UK Masterclass Finals.
BT appoints new Australasia Director for Government Cyber Security
BT taps Rajiv Shah as new Cyber Security chief for Australasia, bolstering its gov't sector defence against cyber threats.
A quarter of Australian firms ignorant about their own cyber defences, survey finds
Australian businesses are getting better at reporting cyber attacks but still remain ignorant about their own defences, a new survey has found.
Australia first to get new cloud-based solution for financial crime
BAE Systems launches cloud-based financial crime solution in Australia, a global first. Australian firms first to benefit.
BAE Systems Australia chases growth with strengthened leadership team
BAE Systems as appointment new regional managing director for Australia, as the company aims to capitalise on growing opportunity in the region.
Unmasking cyber criminals: research unveils six cybercriminal personalities
BAE Systems spotlights six cyber criminal archetypes menacing Aussie enterprises, spotlighting a cyber underworld ahead of a key review.
Don't let cyber criminals take you down this holiday season
Employees must stay vigilant during the holiday season as cyber criminals remain active, according to BAE Systems Applied Intelligence.
Big data's big role in OT security
The convergence of OT and IT is posing security risks as OT systems lack security infrastructure, says BAE Systems Applied Intelligence.
Cyber criminals continue to target email: How you can stay safe
Cyber criminals are targeting personal data, putting the onus on individuals to protect their email communications, says BAE Systems Applied Intelligence.
No company is immune from attacks: Protect your IP
With online threats becoming more ubiquitous and damaging, it may be time to re-think how you protect sensitive data, such as intellectual property.
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence brings cyber security to NZ
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence is officially bringing its cloud-based cyber security solutions to organisations in New Zealand for the first time.
Vendor responds to Govt demand for cyber security
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence is officially bringing its cloud-based cyber security solutions to organisations in Australia for the first time.
Know your enemy - cyber threat intel crucial
Organisations face a significant challenge in managing cyber security as the internet was never made to be secure, says BAE Systems Applied Intelligence.
Financial organisations increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks
UK banks at higher cyber threat, lags in safeguarding against sophisticated financial crimes, says BAE expert.
Intelligence-led testing imperative for security
The evolving cyber threat landscape is leading to a real need of more robust defences, as well as realistic, or ‘real-life’ testing of those defences.
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence has a new Aussie GM
Shah will focus on executing the business’ growth strategy, particularly in the government, financial services, telecommunications and energy sectors.