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SecurityGate.io Partners With Secolve To Help Australian Companies With Cybersecurity

Today we are excited to announce our partnership with Secolve in Australia. A key pillar of our partnership strategy is seeking out those who have considerable OT experience and a specific business focus on helping companies with OT cybersecurity. As we have looked at expansion within the Asia Pacific region, Secolve has shown to be a perfect fit with our strategic focus and is ready and able to help critical infrastructure organizations secure their OT environments today. 

Around the world, industrial companies are being targeted with cyber attacks at a frequency that is accelerating rapidly. As many governments are in the processes of, Australia’s parliament is expected to pass new legislation to significantly expand national cybersecurity laws. Secolve is positioned to be able to guide businesses through these new compliance processes using SecurityGate.io’s platform to make the experience faster and easier.  

Meeting the requirements of federal regulations can be a daunting task, especially for large organizations. The process can consume massive amounts of time and resources. And while meeting compliance requirements is a great start to security, it doesn’t necessarily mean the organization is secure. With Secolve’s guidance through the SecurityGate.io platform, clients are able to do both, meet compliance requirements, and make sure their business is as secure and operations are as resilient as possible. 

We’re excited about working with Secolve and helping critical infrastructure companies all over APAC protect what matters. Check out their press release here. 

If you would like to learn more about SecurityGate.io and Secolve, book a demo here. 

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Bill is SecurityGate.io’s Chief Information Security Officer. Prior to joining the company he was Vice President and Chief Security Officer for North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC). Bill had a distinguished career in the Navy where he flew Tomcats and Super Hornets. He has a computer science degree from the U.S. Naval Academy where he later became the Deputy Director of Character Development and Training and taught courses in cybersecurity. Bill has a master’s degree in International Relations from Auburn Montgomery, and a master’s degree in Military Operational Art and Science from the Air Command and Staff College.