The Internet Has Shifted
The internet wasn’t designed with privacy and security at the fore.
In fact, it was barely designed at all; it evolved.
It has always been built on trust, and there are threat actors taking advantage of the lack of controls we have in place.
The Internet has become the Digital Frontier.
A New Paradigm, A New Opportunity
Every organisation – big and small – wants to use the internet to do business without the constant anxiety and very real threat of being hacked.
Internet 2.0 keeps the web open, and our customers secure through ground-breaking technology built and maintained by ex-military cyber specialists. We hide you from would-be attackers and keep everything you do completely encrypted.
Internet 2.0 provides a more secure and private internet, no matter from where your people are connecting.
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Security Against Rising Threats
We’ve built a complete security solution based on our cornerstone IP, and augmented by our team of military-trained specialists. The safety of your networks protected by a collective of ex-military specialists; effective, efficient, and quiet.
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Our Mission Is To Provide Defence-grade Cybersecurity To Everyone
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Internet 2.0 News & Media
Picture: Brendon Thorne/Getty Images Internet 2.0's security engineer, Rafig Jabrayilov, recently provided advice to Brooke Rolfe from news.com.au on how to protect your privacy, given many shops are increasingly tracking the location of each person’s phone to track...
Max Mason from the Australian Financial Review has reported on our deep dive into the technical architecture of the WeChat platform and China's government propaganda procurement. The report ... Read More
Our co-CEO, Robert Potter recently worked with James Purtill and the ABC on this discussion of Conti and their recent attack on Costa Rica. Costa Rica has been dealing with a growing ... Read More
Earlier this month, Robert Potter spoke to 6PR Mornings about a recent increase in cyber attacks coming out of Russia. Listen to interview> Here Transcript excerpt: Liam Bartlett ... Read More
Simple Cyber Podcast
In Episode 6 of the Simple Cyber Podcast, we talk to Dan Holman and Eric Flis from Worldstack about the increasing need to have a multi-disciplinary and proactive approach to cyber threat intelligence, and how such an approach can support governments and businesses to...
In Episode 5 of the Simple Cyber Podcast we talk to Ryan Janosevic, co-founder and chief operating officer at Retrospect Labs about what it takes to be a successful cyber security start-up and what it is like operating in the Australian cyber security sector.
In this special episode of the Simple Cyber podcast, Jamie Tarabay, Bloomberg News reporter, joins Robert Potter, our Co-Founder & CEO, to discuss the importance and impact of the media in cybersecurity.