Yahoo has revealed that a previously disclosed 2013 data breach was the worst of all time, with all 3 billion of its users at the time impacted.
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.
Cybercriminals are increasingly turning their attentions to credential theft, and nearly half of all malware is new or zero day, new research from WatchGuard indicates.
By doing the simple things in security well, doing the hard things will become easier, says Gartner's Craig Lawson.
An average of nearly 1.4 million new phishing sites are created worldwide each month, or 46,000 per day, research from Webroot indicates.
A global cybersecurity facility in North Sydney that will see the creation of more than 170 jobs over the next five years has been secured by the NSW Government.
Kaspersky Lab has refuted the reasoning behind the recent order from the US Department of Homeland Security for agencies to stop using the company's antivirus products.
The NT Government is offering security advice to help companies better protect themselves from cyber attacks.
At least 30 potential class-action lawsuits have been filed against Equifax after its record-breaking data breach.
Canberra-based firm Penten aims to boost government network security with its AltoCrypt Stik encrypted USB device.
US government agencies and departments have just 90 days to remove all Kaspersky Lab products from their systems.
Australia has received the third highest number of malware detections in 2017, according to a new report by Trend Micro.
Citizens are being warned to watch out for several scams currently taking place.
The Equifax data breach has seen personal information of around half the US population compromised.
The phone numbers and/or email addresses of 6 million Instagram users, including A-list celebrities such as Emma Watson, Beyoncé and Channing Tatum, are apparently up for sale on the dark web following a data breach.