Cyber Security Uncut

Championing digital sovereignty — Aiden Tudehope, co-founder of Macquarie Telecom Group

Oct. 1, 2021

In this episode of Cyber Security Uncut, Aiden Tudehope, co-founder and managing director, government and hosting group at Macquarie Telecom Group, joins hosts Major General (Ret’d) Marcus Thompson and Phil Tarrant, director – defence and security at Momentum Media, to discuss the company’s recent expansion in the data security space.

The trio beginning by weighing in on the trilateral AUKUS agreement between Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, discussing what it might mean for technological development in the cyber domain.

Tudehope, MAJGEN (Ret’d) Thompson, and Tarrant go on to note the importance of digital sovereignty in ensuring the nation retains control of sensitive data, minimising national security vulnerabilities.

Tudehope then discusses the evolution of Macquarie Telecom Group, explaining how the company reimagined its purpose to support Australia’s changing data security needs.

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