A cybersecurity expert is warning Australian councils and governments to be wary of an emerging ransomware attack method known as leakware.
Robert H Dennard, the inventor of DRAM, has been awarded the semiconductor industry's top honour.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre is continuing to monitor the cyber threats posed by the Emotet malware campaign and the weaponised BlueKeep exploit.
Microsoft has announced a range of security enhancements aimed at providing "endpoint security from Microsoft, not just for Microsoft".
Australia is the 12th largest region outside of the US measured by clones and forks of open source software on GitHub.
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It's important that IT professionals and organisations put in place policies for the safe disposal of storage devices and the data they contain.
Over half of Australian enterprises believe their cloud's security is sufficient to protect them from cloud-based cyber threats, according to a new study.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre has issued a threat advisory covering the widespread Emotet Trojan campaign.
Mobile device and OS designers should consider their products' security a 'work in progress', rather than a one-off activity, TCG has said.
Limiting our focus to a particular process or solution rather than the desired outcome of our customer is an easy trap to fall into, says ITPA's Sean Bates.
Microsoft has added a new Tamper Protection feature that will be enabled by default on the free and paid versions of the Windows Defender Antivirus product.
Microsoft has revealed it is ready to release a relatively feature-sparse Windows 10 November 2019 update.
Nearly a third (29%) of phishing web pages uncovered by Webroot during 1H19 were using HTTPS encryption to appear legitimate.
Akamai researchers have uncovered an attack campaign seeking to exploit the critical Drupalgeddon2 vulnerability that was patched in March 2018.
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