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Anzaw Pty Ltd Case study
With its headquarters in Sydney and a branch in Brisbane, Anzaw Pty Ltd operates state-of-theart
automobile manufacturing lines. Using significant amounts of automation and advanced
technology in its production lines, together with augmented reality for designing its cars of the
future, Anzaw also embraces big data and artificial intelligence throughout its operations.
Anzaw’s organisational functions are world-class.
The headquarters’ ICT Infrastructure is shown in Figure 1. The key servers used by Anzaw Pty
Ltd are Web Server, Database Server and Mail Server. The purposes of these servers are:
Web Server: Hosts the Website of the Anzaw Pty Ltd
Database Server: Hosts the designs and manufacturing details of various cars
Mail Server: Used for receiving and sending emails
Anzaw Pty Ltd would like to take advantage of scalability and on-demand resources provided
by Cloud Computing and are interested in adopting a Hybrid Cloud deployment model in the
Given the competitive nature of the automobile industry, and situated within a complex and
dynamic external environment, Anzaw requires their production lines to be optimised
continuously through the use of the latest cutting-edge hardware and software technology
systems. In turn, these systems need to deliver not only high levels of work-flow but also high
levels of information security. Information security is increasingly important as the company’s
technological vision and goals now extend to their automobiles through technological
innovation and breakthroughs associated with using the Internet of Things (IoT). Indeed,
Anzaw currently feels it is vulnerable to several types of malicious cyberattacks that aim to
capture valuable business information in order to sell such information in the black market.
Despite these dangers, the management at Anzaw has had little time to focus on areas of
information security vulnerability.