Google has confirmed contractors listen to and transcribe snippets of audio recorded by Google Assistant after a reviewer leaked over 1000 recordings.
Juniper Research has predicted that the number of people using government-issued digital identity credentials will swell to 5bn by 2024.
The UK's ICO is proposing to fine hotel chain Marriott International $178m over a massive data breach that went undetected for more than four years.
The study, which was done as part of a larger body of work, looked at the public's security concerns and how they've changed over time.
The Western Australian Government has issued a warning after four Perth mobile phone businesses had their identities stolen and used in Facebook scams.
The UK Information Commissioner's Office has proposed to issue British Airways a nearly $330m fine, in what would be the largest GDPR penalty imposed to date.
Following reports of preventable incidents, the Australian Cyber Security Centre is urging network operators to sign up to the free Australian Internet Security Initiative.
An analysis of Huawei firmware claims to have found potential backdoors in more than half of the vendor's devices.
CSIRO's Data61 researchers have figured out a way to essentially 'vaccinate' AI and machine learning algorithms against adversarial attacks.
Scammers pretending to be NBN Co are costing consumers more than $110,000 a month on average in 2019, the Australian Competitor and Consumer Commission warns.
The Australian Catholic University has revealed that some staff email accounts and university systems were compromised in a phishing attack-based data breach.
Australia was the eighth most targeted country in the world for credential stuffing attacks from November 2017 to March 2019, research shows.
An audit of 10 NSW universities identified a number of IT internal control deficiencies that are leaving the institutions at risk of cyber attack.
Intelligence officials reportedly consider China to be the key suspect in the ANU data breach, but a security expert has warned against premature attribution.
Half of survey respondents believe most enterprises underreport cybercrime, even when it's legally required, according to a new study.