UNIFY Solutions achieves ISO 27001:2022 certification, reinforcing its commitment to the highest standards of information security and demonstrating its proactive approach to risk management for a safer, more secure digital experience.
Chief Technology Officer, Shane Day, talks about UNIFYConnect and how it makes on-premises applications more secure.
UNIFY Solutions urges anyone who uses the Log4j/log4shell Java open-source logging library to update their systems to the latest version or apply mitigation immediately.
Mastercard recently announced its intention to collaborate with the Digital Transformation Agency.
UNIFY is proud to sponsor four of our colleagues participating in STEPtember.
With New Zealand and more than two thirds of Australia in lockdown, small to medium businesses are at greater risk from cyberattacks. The IT Brief NZ share what UNIFY’s Chief Operating Officer has to say about the importance of good security.
UNIFY is pleased to announce the appointment of Ian Mortimer as Business Development Executive.
Every business should now be aware of the dangers of doing business online. In just the last month, there have been alarming cyberattacks and these are just the tip of the iceberg.
UNIFY Solutions is a proud supporter of the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner’s Privacy Awareness Week. This year we are reflecting on how we are making privacy a priority in both our professional and our personal lives.
UNIFY’s Security Practice has released a range of Point and Shoot Security Readiness Assessments to assist organisations determine their security status and their readiness to protect themselves against Ransomware, Distributed Denial of Service, and other Threat attacks.