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Optus, La Trobe Univ consortium wins AUD 550,000 in funding for cyber security project

Friday 10 August 2018 | 09:37 CET | News
A consortium including Optus and La Trobe University have secured AUD 550,000 from AustCyber (the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network), for a project to boost Australia's cyber security defences. The Cyber Intrusion Detection System was originally developed by Cybermerc, who will act as the consortium lead on the project. The platform is created with custodians of critical infrastructure in mind, employing tools developed by deception.ai, a business unit of the Australian cyber security company Penten and one of nine chosen from a pool of more than 50 applications.

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Categories: Internet / IT / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Optus
Countries: Australia
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