A report released by Bitdefender has revealed that the majority of online consumers practice risky behaviour for data protection and device management.
Claroty has formally opened its regional headquarters office in Singapore, after experiencing hyper growth in the Asia–Pacific region.
New criminal offences, tougher penalties and a mandatory reporting regime have been announced under the Ransomware Action Plan.
Visa's AI-driven security tools protected Australian businesses from more than $354m of fraud in a 12-month period, the company said.
Cybersecurity solutions provider Mandiant has completed its name change from FireEye, Inc. to Mandiant, Inc. and changed its Nasdaq stock ticker symbol to MNDT.
The key message from the OAIC: the cyber threat environment is evolving and organisations need to continually update processes and protections to address this.
Australian consumers are less tolerant of online frustration and will abandon brands that can't balance convenience and privacy.
New research suggests Australian businesses will be open to the risk of data lost and ransomware attacks for another two years.
FooForce CEO Frances Russell has called for an organised national approach for cybercrime victims to report cyberattacks.
Claroty has disclosed 11 vulnerabilities in the widely-used network management system Nagios that could leave users exposed to a variety of attacks.
Nearly three in four Australian organisations faced cyber attacks targeting remote workers in the past 12 months, according to Tenable.
Australians have reported a record $211 million in losses to scams this year, an increase of nearly 90% from last year.
Sophos' State of Ransomware in Financial Services report found that 35% of financial services organisations faced a ransomware attack in 2020.
The manufacturing sector is failing to limit employees' access to sensitive company data, with employees on average able to access one in five files.