Pronto Software has partnered with and invested in Forticode to provide highly secure smartphone-based authentication for Australian businesses.
The vast majority of people use the same password across multiple accounts, a new survey has found.
Russian hackers stole information on NSA cyber weapons from a contractor running Kaspersky antivirus software, a new report alleges.
Kaspersky Lab has refuted the reasoning behind the recent order from the US Department of Homeland Security for agencies to stop using the company's antivirus products.
Australian SMEs are overconfident in their protection against cyber attacks and underprepared to respond to a breach, according to MYOB research.
Australian employees at all levels are ignoring IT policies such as restrictions on using personal devices and software for work, according to Nitro.
Voice biometrics will be introduced by the ANZ Bank to help improve security on mobile devices.
Challenges faced by the ACCC include fast-moving technologies and anticompetitive responses to those technologies, according to the chairman.
A new study by RAND Corporation has uncovered zero-day software vulnerabilities and gives insight into what organisations should do when they discover them.
The first Australian Digital Currency Industry Code of Conduct has been launched by the Australian Digital Currency and Commerce Association (ADCCA).
More than half of Australian respondents to a Gemalto survey use personal devices to access work emails, and almost as many have installed apps on work devices without the knowledge of IT.
The Online Trust Alliance (OTA) has found that privacy and vulnerability issues could have been avoided if device manufacturers had implemented the correct security and privacy principles.
Four of Microsoft's operating systems were responsible for 518 of the 2686 recorded vulnerabilities among the 20 most vulnerable software products in May–July, Flexera Software says.
The HP Sure View integrated privacy screen helps protect PCs against visual hacking.
Analysis from Flexera shows that many of the most popular EURO 2016 mobile apps could pose significant security risks for enterprises when installed on company-issued or BYOD mobile devices.