The 2017 threat landscape was dominated by major attacks exploiting known but unpatched vulnerabilities, and Trend Micro expects cybercriminals to step up this trend in 2018.
A shortage in national cybersecurity skills has led the Victorian Government to push for a national training model.
There has been a sharp increase in the number of malwareless impersonation attacks, according to a new report from Mimecast.
Start-up company Dtex Systems has just opened its regional headquarters in Canberra.
Apple has patched a major security vulnerability that allowed root access to Macs running the latest High Sierra operating system without the need to enter a password.
Intel has discovered vulnerabilities in the firmware of a range of processors that could potentially allow attackers to remotely execute code or gain access to sensitive information.
Most small businesses rate cybercrime as their third biggest risk, according to a national survey.
Malwarebytes has forecast a rise in cryptojacking, PowerShell-based attacks and the use of worms to launch malware in the coming year.
The vast majority of people use the same password across multiple accounts, a new survey has found.
A US Department of Homeland Security Official told a house committee it currently has no credible evidence that Kaspersky Lab antivirus software has been exploited to hack into US Government systems.
A $200 face mask made in just five days is capable of defeating Apple's Face ID recognition system, a Vietnamese security company claims.
Cybersecurity training company CyberGym has launched its new global headquarters and cybersecurity training arena in Melbourne.
Close to two-thirds of business and IT leaders are anxious about IoT security risks, but only 31% say their organisation plans to increase their IoT security budget.
Australia is the most heavily targeted nation among eight major Asia–Pacific markets by 'drive-by' cryptocurrency mining attacks.
Sense of Security and DFAT are working together to enhance cybersecurity in the Indo–Pacific region.