Security

Ransomware attacks are evolving: Mimecast

21 February, 2024 by Dylan Bushell-Embling | Supplied by: Mimecast

A new report from Mimecast found that ransomware threat actors are evolving their attacks to focus on double and even triple extortion strategies.


Infoblox launches SOC Insights

20 February, 2024 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Infoblox's new SOC Insights offering is designed to help customers use DNS intel to block threats at the source.


Visa using AI to protect Australians from payment fraud

19 February, 2024 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Visa's AI-based real-time payment fraud monitoring solution has helped Australian financial institutions prevent $714 million in fraud in just one year.


Sekuro launches Zero Trust consulting service on AWS

16 February, 2024 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Sekuro has partnered with vendors CrowdStrike, Zscaler and Okta to launch a Zero Trust Strategy consulting service on the AWS Marketplace.


How the tech giants are embracing a secure future with passkeys

14 February, 2024 by Geoff Schomburgk*, Vice President of Asia Pacific & Japan,Yubico | Supplied by: Yubico Inc

The inadequacies and immense risks associated with traditional passwords and legacy authentication methods have never been more apparent.


Mimecast enhances QR code protection capabilities

12 February, 2024 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Mimecast has upgraded its email security product to include deep scanning of QR codes for malicious links.


Atturra teams with MyCISO on managed security services

30 January, 2024 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Australian companies Atturra and MyCISO are partnering to launch a managed security program service for the education and mid-market commercial sectors.


Data Privacy Day 2024: Commentary from Keir Garrett, Cloudera

25 January, 2024 by Keir Garrett, Regional Vice President, Australia & New Zealand, Cloudera

Keir Garrett of Cloudera comments on data security and consumer privacy in the wake of cyber attacks across the country.


Navigating new and existing waters of cybersecurity for critical infrastructure

23 January, 2024 by Colin Garro, ANZ Country Manager, Forescout | Supplied by: Forescout Technologies, Inc.

Last year's nationwide outage from Optus caused the government to reconsider its stance on telecommunication providers not being classified as critical infrastructure.


Bad business: the rise of the cybercriminal enterprise

23 January, 2024 by Mark Thomas, Director, Security Services – ANZ at Arctic Wolf | Supplied by: Arctic Wolf

Cybercrime has become a new entrepreneurial playground.


Mimecast buys Elevate Security to manage human risk

16 January, 2024 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Mimecast has arranged to acquire Elevate Security as part of its commitment to helping customers manage human risk.


Cybercrooks targeting enterprise genAI use

15 January, 2024 by Dylan Bushell-Embling | Supplied by: Netskope

The rapid growth in adoption of generative AI apps has made them an attractive target for criminal and nation-state cyber threat actors, according to Netskope.


Proofpoint completes acquisition of Tessian

08 January, 2024 by Dylan Bushell-Embling | Supplied by: Proofpoint Inc.

Proofpoint expects its acquisition of Tessian to allow the company to help organisations better safeguard themselves against the human layer of cyber risks.


Multi-factor authentication has multifaceted problems

20 December, 2023 by Steve Singer, Senior Regional Vice President, Country Manager – Australia & New Zealand, Zscaler | Supplied by: Zscaler Australia Pty Ltd

Recent developments in cyber attacks have exposed vulnerabilities in MFA, prompting the need for a more comprehensive approach to identity verification.


How businesses can tackle AI-powered deep fake attacks

15 December, 2023 by Mick McCluney, Technical Director at Trend Micro, ANZ | Supplied by: Trend Micro Australia Pty Ltd

AI voice cloning tools and ChatGPT are being used to aid cybercrime and extortion scams.


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