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China looks to Australia for guidance on Web Site Security and Development

China looks to Australia for guidance on Web Site Security and Development










(PRWEB) February 25, 2000

In an increasing climate of Web Site hacks and Internet attacks, Canberra based eDIME Internet Agency was featured last Friday on China's Central TV - CCTV National News commenting on Australia's leading role in Internet security and secure web sites, especially for Government. eDIME has the largest portfolio of Government Web clients in Australia including the Prime Minister, ATO and Defence.

China has had unprecedented attacks on its Government run web sites and is looking closely at the approach Australian Government is taking to protect its own Sites.

As the recognised leading developer of Federal Government Web Sites, eDIME was featured for the news piece and a documentary will follow to be aired on China TV. The story was seen by an estimated 800 million Chinese through this broadcast.

eDIME's Managing Director, Marcus Dawe interviewed by China Central TV commented: "Australian companies are way ahead of the Internet and Web Site security game and China should look to Australian expertise to assist in securing the rapidly expanding Chinese Internet marketplace ."

eDIME is currently in consultation with several major Chinese and other Asian based firms for rolling out some of its expert products for Web Site development.

A streamed RealMedia version of the news story is available from http://www.edime.com.au/china.ram


(Chinese version only. Transcript will be available soon)


















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