The Equifax data breach has seen personal information of around half the US population compromised.
Citizens are being warned to watch out for several scams currently taking place.
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.
Australian SMEs are overconfident in their protection against cyber attacks and underprepared to respond to a breach, according to MYOB research.
Senior executives worldwide are underaware of and overconfident in their organisations' ability to comply with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, which is due to take effect in May.
Australian employees at all levels are ignoring IT policies such as restrictions on using personal devices and software for work, according to Nitro.
Symantec has warned that cybercriminals are developing and selling mobile apps that can be used to develop ransomware with no technical expertise and without having to write any code.
Just 11% of the global cybersecurity workplace comprises women, leading the federal government to explore the reasons why.
The world's biggest data breaches have been recorded in an infographic, showing the increase in these breaches over time.
Australians have been warned to be vigilant about an nbn scam designed to gain access to their money and personal information.
After three consecutive quarters of declines, DDoS attack activity increased 28% year-on-year during Q2, research from Akamai indicates.
The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet's Cyber Resilience Taskforce is discussing the creation of a cybersecurity charter to define good practice cybersecurity service standards.
Reforms are being introduced to stamp out money laundering and terrorism financing.
The Petya ransomware outbreak in June significantly affected Maersk's container shipping operations and is estimated to have cost the company up to $300m.
Australian organisations with internet-configurable routers and switches are being targeted by cybercriminals seeking to compromise their networks, the ACSC has warned.