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This defence-grade 'DropBox' promises to beat breaches 
Australia's Senetas launches robust file sharing service.
UXC targets government and defence with new security tool 
Microsoft awards top Aussie partners 
Senetas acquires UK-based reseller  
Melbourne-based company establishes European presence.
Telstra replaces Senetas contract with Indian consultancy 
No revenue loss this fiscal year, says Senetas chairman.
Senetas: CCTV needs encryption      
Australian security encryption vendor said Gigabit Ethernet technology needs network encryption rather than IPSec internet links.
Don't cut IT security during financial troubles, says Senetas CEO 
CRN recently sat down with John DuBois, CEO at Australian IT security vendor, Senetas, to discuss the impact of the global financial crisis on the security sector and the ...
Senetas debuts low-end encryption hardware for resellers 
Local network encryption vendor, Senetas, has released CypherStream, a low-end encryption product.
ASIC encrypts hardware with Senetas 
Only a month into 2009 and Senetas has won a new contract with a Government agent, through its local reseller.
Senetas offers “encryption-as-a-service”  
Australian-based Senatas, a developer and manufacturer of network encryption products and services, has made available ‘encryption-as-a-Service’ to the local marketplace on all ...
Cybertrust in distribution deal with Senetas 
Network encryption developer Senetas, signed a distribution agreement with global security service provider Cybertrust.
Senetas more secure than ever 
Australian business intelligence vendor Senetas is on track for further steady growth this financial year on the back of its security portfolio sales through subsidiary CTAM.
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Issue: 347 | March 2016

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.