Cyber attackers are turning their focus to SMBs as larger corporations tighten their security, according to cybersecurity firm CTRL Group.
Carbon Black's Cognitive Attack Loop model identifies three phases of cybercriminal behaviour and claims to help defenders better understand the root cause of attacks.
Cybercriminals are abusing Twitter via tech support scams, command-and-control operations and data exfiltration, cybersecurity researchers have shown.
AustCyber and the NSW Government have formally launched the sixth national Cyber Security Innovation Node at the Joint Cyber Security Centre in Sydney.
CSIRO's Data61 researchers have figured out a way to essentially 'vaccinate' AI and machine learning algorithms against adversarial attacks.
Australia was the eighth most targeted country in the world for credential stuffing attacks from November 2017 to March 2019, research shows.
Half of survey respondents believe most enterprises underreport cybercrime, even when it's legally required, according to a new study.
The Australian National University has disclosed a data breach affecting 19 years' worth of personal information on staff, students and visitors.
An analysis of 97 elections and 31 referenda held since late 2016 found indications of foreign interference in 20 countries.
Chinese hacking group Buckeye was using tools from the arsenal of NSA exploits for at least a year before they were leaked by the Shadow Brokers in 2017.
The Premier of South Australia has visited the US to explore investments and growth opportunities for SA's cyber sector.
A new report from the ACCC shows that Australian businesses were hit by more than 5800 scams during 2018.
Almost half a billion dollars was lost to scammers in Australia during 2018, according to a new ACCC report.
The ACCC is seeking to alert the public to the threat of scammers impersonating legitimate companies or agencies and demanding payment in the form of gift cards.
A secure blockchain has been developed that is claimed to defend against malicious activity.