CA Technologies, RMIT University Receive Risk Research Grant from Australian Research Council; Steve Versteeg Comments

security keysCA Technologies and RMIT University have received a grant from the Australian Research Council to conduct a research on risk continuous authentication.

The grantees began to carry out the research project in May with focus on risk adaptation and continuous verification, CA Tech said Tuesday.

“This grant is about furthering our expertise through informed research and uncovering new ways to mitigate potential breaches,” said Steve Versteeg, vice president of research at CA Labs.

CA Labs is performing the research in collaboration with RMIT University professors Serdar Boztas, Asha Rao, Kathy Horadam and Lewi Stone.

The team works to determine which asset needs protection and identify which user could access that asset with the goal of combining CA Tech product suites with new techniques and proofs of concepts.

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