Research from Bitdefender has highlighted the disconnect between how business leaders and infosec professionals view the current security landscape.
A survey by Gartner has found that cybersecurity analysts are concerned about the rapidly evolving threat landscape, which has changed since the COVID-19 pandemic.
The US Department of Justice has issued warrants for five alleged members of the APT41 cybercrime group, and accused China of shielding the cybercriminals.
Security and risk leaders have been advised to balance risk, trust and opportunity to help their organisations become trusted participants in the digital economy.
The Digital Transformation Agency has updated the COVIDSafe app to improve user privacy and provide real-time statistics about COVID-19 cases.
A Trend Micro survey has highlighted the risks posed by smart home devices to the corporate cybersecurity chain, as more employees shift to working remotely.
The ACSC has reminded businesses to protect their domain names, cautioning against abandoning them to cybercriminals due to administrative oversight.
Researchers from UniSA and Charles Sturt University have urged the industry to explore alternatives to blockchain that maintain privacy.
Research from NordVPN found that 43% of Australians looking to break into something were interested in hacking into other people's Facebook accounts.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre's inaugural Annual Threat Report for 2020 found that ransomware is among the most pressing threats facing the nation.
Australia's CyberCX has acquired New Zealand cybersecurity specialist Insomnia Security as part of its expansion into the market.
Proofpoint researchers say a China-backed APT group associated with attacks on Tibetans changed focus in March to target Western economies reeling from COVID-19.
Cyber Security NSW has said an unnamed commercial entity not related to the government was to blame for a leak of over 50,000 driver's licence images online.
Gartner is predicting that the emerging bring your own PC technology trend will reach mainstream adoption within five years, driven by COVID-19 WFH restrictions.