Google has disclosed a Windows flaw that could be used to steal private data, just days after Microsoft announced it is skipping the monthly release of Windows patches.
Two US senators have written to the Department of Defense raising concerns over reports that President Donald Trump may still be using his personal unsecured smartphone.
The human element remains a key target for cybercriminals seeking to extract sensitive data, according to the findings of a recent report from Verizon.
Security breaches have affected at least two-thirds of organisations in the past two years, according to new research.
Organisations worldwide continue to face a serious shortage of applicants for cybersecurity positions, and those candidates who do apply often lack the desired hands-on skills and certifications, according to ISACA.
Verizon's new Asia-Pacific Threat and Analytics Centre in Canberra will provide real-time insight into cyber threats for both companies and government customers in the region.
The board of AISA, the industry body for Australia's infosec sector, is resisting an attempt by a group of disgruntled members to vacate the entire board and hold a full re-election.
The OAIC has released statistics indicating renewed public interest in privacy issues and accessing government information via Freedom of Information requests.
In two high-profile incidents, attackers shut down an Austrian hotel's entire IT system and ransomware infected 70% of Washington DC police's public CCTV video recorders.
Despite a fix being available for nearly two years, around 180,000 servers worldwide are still vulnerable to the Heartbleed SSL exploit, including several thousand in Australia.
Around 50% of US adults have no or little confidence that the US government can protect their personal data and 70% anticipate major cyber attacks on the nation's infrastructure within the next five years.
An analysis by the CSIRO of 283 Android VPN apps on Google Play found that many contain malware, third-party tracking libraries and code that raises a host of other security and privacy concerns.
Researchers have uncovered vulnerabilities to SMS-based attacks in Android phones.
A US appeals court has declined to reconsider an earlier verdict holding that Microsoft does not need to provide US law enforcement agencies with access to emails stored on overseas servers.
The federal government has launched a Critical Infrastructure Centre to manage security risks to Australia's critical national infrastructure.