Penguin: Open Source to Power Security Operations

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Open source to power Telstra security operations centres

Telstra will offer enterprise-grade managed security services from SOCs in Melbourne and Sydney

The telco’s director of security solutions, Neil Campbell, said the new SOCs and Telstra’s new platform are part of “reimagining” how managed security services are delivered, particularly in the context of the vast quantities of data enterprises find themselves grappling with thanks to developments such as the Internet of Things.

Using open source offers “the ability to be master of your own destiny when it comes to features and timelines,” he added, allowing the telco to be flexible in order to meet its clients’ requirements as well as adapt to an evolving market.

Another reason for using open source is that “by contributing to the open source community we put the tools in the hands of users who might otherwise not be able to afford an enterprise-grade SIEM platform or for their own reasons would never outsource and are looking for some flexibility in-house,” Campbell said.

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Antechinus: Diaspora/Loomio Decentralized Social Network with Data Security

Antechinus
Antechinus

diaspora* – a privacy-aware, community-run, open source, decentralized social network puts users in control of their data security

Since 2012 the community has:

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