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ISACA launches Digital Trust Ecosystem Framework

13 March, 2024

ISACA has launched what it says is a global first framework to help organisations achieve digital trustworthiness.

Aussie IT leaders unsure how to respond to data breaches

26 February, 2024 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

A report from KnowBe4 found that 71% of Australian IT decision-makers are unsure what steps they need to take following a data breach.

Data Privacy Day 2024: Commentary from Keir Garrett, Cloudera

25 January, 2024 by Keir Garrett, Regional Vice President, Australia & New Zealand, Cloudera

Keir Garrett of Cloudera comments on data security and consumer privacy in the wake of cyber attacks across the country.

Navigating the crossroads of cybersecurity and mental health

04 December, 2023 by Garrett O'Hara, Principal Technical Consultant, Mimecast ANZ

The need for mental health support within the cybersecurity profession has been evident for quite some time.

Half of Australians hit by data breach in past 12 months

30 November, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

New research from Porter Novelli Australia and Quantum Market Research suggests that nearly half of Australians have been hit by a data breach in the past year.

Business logic attacks escalating

26 October, 2023

A new warning from Imperva says organisations must address a growing risk domain: attacks targeting an application's business logic.

Notifiable data breaches fall 16% in 1H23

07 September, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The number of notifiable data breaches reported to the OAIC fell 16% in the six months ending in June, but the office is still cautioning vigilance.

One in four SMBs wouldn't survive a breach

04 September, 2023

Twenty five per cent of Australia's two-and-a-half million SMBs would struggle to survive the financial and reputational damage of a privacy breach.

Australian online shoppers concerned about security

07 June, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

A majority of Australian online shoppers report being more concerned about the security of their personal data than they were just one year ago.

Half of Aussies would sue company that leaked their data

06 June, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Half of Australian respondents to a survey conducted by GetApp suggested that they would take legal action against companies that leaked their personal data.

Australian manufacturers fear nation-state cyber threats

24 April, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Nearly four in five Australian manufacturing IT decision-makers are concerned about the prospect of nation-state cyber attacks, research indicates.

Healthcare sector a target as attack focus shifts

20 April, 2023

A concerning change in the tactics of cybercriminals has seen a focal shift to targets without significant financial standing but at great risk of harm.

Clarity in the noise — erasing the unknown with AI

30 March, 2023 by Chris Fisher, Director of Security Engineering APJ, Vectra

Today's world demands improved cybersecurity measures and greater visibility over threats and attack surfaces — employing tools like AI will help.

Why are IT leaders not concerned about breach risk?

09 March, 2023

New research suggests 2022's major data breaches have had little impact on how IT decision-makers view risk to their organisations.

Why data is the new uranium

07 March, 2023 by Nick Ellsmore, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Consulting and Professional Services, Trustwave

Organisations are realising that data stockpiles are like uranium: hard to extract value from, risky and expensive to store, and a significant target.

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