[Presentation] 27 February 2017

CEO half year results presentation

[Interview] 10 November 2016

CTO Julian Fay talks about SureDrop, the secure file share and sync application from Senetas.

[Presentation] 29 August 2016

CEO full year results presentation

[Interview] 31 March 2016

Simon Galbally Senetas’ CMO speaks about Australia’s complex data breach notification legislation.

[Interview] 25 February 2016

Senetas’ CTO Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about the FBI’s stance on encryption as well as some recent use cases.

[Interview] 20 November 2015

Senetas’ CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about Network Function Virtualisation.

[Interview] 17 September 2015

Senetas’ CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about the NSA’s urge for people to use encryption algorithms resistant to quantum computing-based attacks.

[Video] Why Encrypt Layer2 Networks?

In this video, our old friends Alice and Bob illustrate exactly why Layer2 networks need to be encrypted.

[Interview] 14 May 2015

Senetas’ CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about the Open Smart Grid bugs and more.

[Interview] 5 March 2015

Senetas’ CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about the Freak vulnerability.

[Interview] 21 November 2014

Senetas’ CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about the continuing effects of the Snowden leaks on the location that data is being stored.

[Interview] 19 September 2014

Senetas’ CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about attacks against encrypted Cloud storage.

[Interview] 1 August 2014

Senetas’ CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about Senetas’s use of elliptic curve algorithms.

[Interview] 6 June 2014

Senetas’ CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about Truecrypt and how to ensure quality in encryption standards and code.

[Interview] 17 April 2014

Senetas’s CEO, Andrew Wilson speaks to Risky

[Interview] 20 February 2014

Senetas’ CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about its new feature – Traffic Flow Security.

[Video] Data Network Vulnerabilities and Senetas Encryption Solutions

Senetas CTO, Julian Fay, demonstrates in a technical environment the vulnerability of high-speed data networks and the risks to the transmitted data.

[Interview] 29 November 2013

Senetas’s CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about the sudden increase in interest of Senetas Layer 2 high-speed encryption since the Snowden leaks.

[Interview] 18 October 2013

ID Quantique’s CEO, Gregoire Ribordy speaks to Risky Business about the increased interest in quantum random number generators.

[Interview] 30 August 2013

Senetas’s CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about the types of enquiries from customers since the Edward Snowden leaks.

[Interview] 31 May 2013

Senetas’s CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about homomorphic encryption

[Interview] 19 April 2013

Senetas’s CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about a proposed extension that will make BitCoin anonymous, called Zerocoin.

[Interview] 22 March 2013

Senetas’s CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about dealing with customer demands for custom algorithms.

[Interview] 22 February 2013

Senetas’s CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about certification schemes available.

[Interview] 7 December 2012

Senetas’s CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about Quantum Key Distribution.

[Interview] 15 November 2012

Senetas’s CTO, Julian Fay speaks to Risky Business about where Senetas high-speed encryptors are most useful.

[Video] Debunking the myth that fibre optic networks are 'inherently secure'

Senetas debunks the myth that fibre optic networks are ‘inherently secure’ using a readily available fibretapping device purchased online to access private information.

[Video] The Risks to Network Transmitted Data

Senetas shares its solution to this critical issue – presenting encryption devices to address 3 main concerns – performance, complexity and cost.

[Video] Quantum Encryption

Experts on Quantum processing and information where in attendance to discuss the hype surrounding the announcement of the deployment of the first quantum encryption technology.

[Video] Data Networks Are Not Inherently Safe

Seven Network’s Today Tonight revealed in a September 3, 2009 program that a device no bigger than an office stapler pose an imminent threat to Australia’s information security.

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