The NZ Office of the Privacy Commissioner has launched NotifyUs, an online tool to help businesses and organisations determine if a privacy breach is notifiable.
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.
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.
Research from Atlas VPN suggests that the number of data leaks surged to an all-time high in 1H20 even as the number of actual breaches declined year-on-year.
Reported data breaches grew 16% year-on-year in the six months ending in June as ransomware attacks took on a chilling new dimension.
The federal government's Cybersecurity Industry Advisory Panel has provided 60 recommended actions to improve Australia's cyber posture.
Almost a third of consumers will never return to a business if their personal data is compromised, research shows.
Important safeguards are in place to ensure the app protects our data, says Angelene Faulk.
One in five critical communications companies lack any form of cybersecurity system, despite the industry regularly experiencing cyber attacks.
The Federal Court proceedings allege that Facebook wilfully violated the privacy of around 311,000 Facebook users by disclosing their sensitive personal information.
Businesses reported 537 data breaches under the NDB scheme in the second half of 2019, with 64% of these blamed on malicious activity, according to the OAIC.
Four in five IoT adopting Australian enterprises have experienced an attempted or successful hacking attempt, new research indicates.
Victims of the Ashley Madison data breach are again under attack, this time, via emailed blackmail attempts.
Microsoft has admitted to a security gaffe that led to more than 250m customer support records dating back to 2005 being inadvertently exposed online.