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CyberCX Announced as Official Cyber Security Partner of the Australian Open

CyberCX, Australia’s leading cyber security services organisation, has today been announced as the official cyber security partner of the Australian Open 2023.

CyberCX will provide Tennis Australia with cyber security services to help secure the technology underpinning one of the world’s largest tennis tournaments.

CyberCX CEO John Paitaridis said, “The Australian Open is a truly iconic event with a global audience. For the thousands that attend in person, and the millions more at home, connected technology plays an increasingly important role.

“CyberCX is proud to be partnering with Tennis Australia to provide cyber security services for the Australian Open that will help deliver a successful tournament,” said Paitaridis.

Tennis Australia Chief Revenue Officer Cedric Cornelis said, “We are delighted to partner with CyberCX, the industry leader in Australia. We look forward to working with CyberCX as we deliver an outstanding summer of tennis and contribute to the sustained and secure growth of tennis in Australia.”

About CyberCX

CyberCX is the leading provider of cyber security services across Australia and New Zealand. With a workforce of over 1,200 cyber security professionals, CyberCX is a trusted partner to private and public sector organisations, helping customers confidently manage cyber risk, respond to incidents, and build resilience in an increasingly complex and challenging threat environment.

CyberCX provides end-to-end cyber capabilities, enabling customers to securely accelerate their digital transformation strategies. CyberCX’s services include consulting and advisory, governance, risk and compliance, incident response, security testing and assurance, network integration and security, cloud security and solutions, identity and access management, managed security services and cyber security training.

Australian Open 2023

Australian Open 2023, supported by major partner Kia in association with Emirates, Luzhou Laojiao and Rolex, will take place at Melbourne Park from 16-29 January 2023.

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