US government agencies and departments have just 90 days to remove all Kaspersky Lab products from their systems.
In response to societal concerns about the security of data, organisations need to embrace the emerging doctrine of 'corporate digital responsibility'.
On the web's 28th birthday, it's inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee has shared his concerns over the trends threatening his vision for the technology, including the loss of privacy and the spread of fake news.
Australian Information Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim will host or appear at three privacy-focused seminars in Hobart and Melbourne in March.
The federal government has not accepted a recommendation from senators Nick Xenophon and Stirling Griff to make giving a name voluntary while completing the census.
The OAIC has released statistics indicating renewed public interest in privacy issues and accessing government information via Freedom of Information requests.
Employees are your most valuable asset… but they can also be your biggest security risk.
Organisations spend an average of 5.6% of their IT budgets on security, but often falsely conflate spending with security maturity and do not have a true understanding of their security spending.
The Obama administration has announced plans to establish a new privacy office dedicated to making privacy a comprehensive, strategic and continuous function of government in the US.
The Kingston IronKey D300 managed encrypted USB flash drive deploys an advanced level of encryption.
Chemist Warehouse's amazing retail growth and online success necessitated a solid security system to deal with sensitive customer data.
Privacy Commissioner satisfied no Census data was stolen, Russian criminals breach hundreds of Oracle systems, and dangerous Linux security weakness found.
Nearly nine in 10 (88%) of Australian IT decision-makers responding to a recent Intel Security survey report are facing a cybersecurity skills gap within their organisations.
Symantec splashes $6.31bn cash on Blue Coat, Facebook patches Messenger exploit hole, and DDoS attacks in Q1 2016 exceed 100 Gbps.
Australian businesses view human error as a larger threat to information security than deliberate theft or sabotage from a third party, according to a new study.