In The News

Avertro appearances in mainstream media outlets and publications

May 25, 2022
June 21, 2022
How tech companies are dealing with the talent shortage

The Australian Financial Review spoke with a few professionals, including Avertro's own Lilly Wang about what companies are doing to be more competitive in the current market to attract talent.

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May 23, 2022
May 23, 2022
Startup and tech leaders welcome Labor’s win and outline what they want from the government

The Big Sausage Sizzle on Saturday changed the government, with Labor under Antony Albanese heading towards a majority in the lower house, or at least taking people with support from an expanded crossbench.

April 9, 2022
April 9, 2022
Maintaining the spark to make a dent in the cyber universe

We're all in this to leave a lasting impact on making the world safer from cybercriminals right? Maintaining our sense of purpose as cybersecurity professionals is one of the most important things in this battle. And the organisational culture we build is critical to maintaining that spark.

March 30, 2022
March 30, 2022
ausbiz (StartupDaily) Interview - Ian Yip (Avertro) - 30th March 2022

Avertro CEO, Ian Yip, spoke with Simon Thomsen about the 2022 Australian Federal Budget and its implications for cybersecurity. Interview with Ian starts at the 32:00 mark.

March 30, 2022
March 30, 2022
Budget 2022: Here’s how the corporate experts reacted

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg presented the Budget for the fiscal year 2022-23 on March 29. Here’s how the business community reacted to the federal budget announcement.

March 30, 2022
March 30, 2022
Everything you need to know about the Budget when it comes to cybersecurity from an expert

Our CEO, Ian Yip provides his analysis of the cybersecurity items in the 2022 Australian Federal Budget.

March 28, 2022
March 28, 2022
Budget 2022: Why prioritising cyber security is no longer optional

It’s only a matter of time before malicious actors figure out a way to get around whatever new technology cybersecurity professionals come up with.

March 21, 2022
March 21, 2022
Diversity and inclusion are not enough; real change only happens if we look in the mirror

The percentage of women on boards in Australia is often used as evidence that we need to do better when it comes to diversity. For the record, that number is roughly a third. Directors from Non-Anglo-Celtic background? Just 10%.

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