The opening cybersecurity keynote speaker at CeBIT Australia will be Symantec CEO Greg Clark.
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.
Start-up company Dtex Systems has just opened its regional headquarters in Canberra.
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.
Sense of Security and DFAT are working together to enhance cybersecurity in the Indo–Pacific region.
Quantum computers will be able to attack Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies within 10 years, according to researchers.
Several start-up organisations have been selected to participate in the CyRise cybersecurity accelerator program.
DST Group and Data61 are currently working together on cyber research and will hold a networking event for those in the defence industry.
The creation of ransomware on the dark web is increasing, according to new research.
With cyber threats in Australia becoming more common and sophisticated, the government has urged victims to report attacks to help with efforts to counter the threat.
The Northern Territory Government is working with Charles Darwin University to minimise cybersecurity threats.
The federal government, with the help of private sector partners, will seek to improve its international cyber engagement to help shut down overseas cybercrime havens.
By doing the simple things in security well, doing the hard things will become easier, says Gartner's Craig Lawson.