The US FBI warns that Russia and Iran have obtained US voter registration information, in an apparent attempt to manipulate the outcome of the 2020 election.
The UK Information Commissioners' Office has issued its largest fine to date to British Airways over a 2018 data breach that affected more than 400,000 people.
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.
AustCyber will launch Australian Cyber Week from 26–30 October 2020 on its virtual conference platform, highlighting Australia's cybersecurity sector.
A global survey has found that organisations hit by ransomware are never the same, with ransomware attacks affecting the confidence of IT managers.
Cyber students interested in pursuing a career with the Australian Defence Force have been encouraged to enrol in the 2021 ADF Cyber Gap Program.
Many web domains associated with the two main US presidential election campaigns are being targeted for disinformation activities such as domain spoofing.
BlackBerry has released new research detailing the activities of what the company says is the world's largest hack-for-hire group, Bahamut.
The Emotet malware campaign targeting a number of Australian firm and government agencies is back in action, the Australian Cyber Security Centre has warned.
Researchers have developed MatRiCT, a blockchain protocol that is secure against quantum computers and protects the privacy of users and their transactions.
NAB, in partnership with Bugcrowd, has launched a cyber bug bounty program, with a reward for researchers who uncover vulnerabilities in the bank's environment.
GlobalData predicts that managed security services revenue in the APAC region will reach $17 billion by 2024, fuelled by increasing cyber attacks.
Microsoft has warned that attackers are attempting to actively exploit the ZeroLogon escalation of privilege vulnerability in Windows Server patched last month.
The OAIC's Australian Community Attitudes to Privacy Survey 2020 found that Australians increasingly expect businesses to respect and protect their privacy.
Research from Bitdefender has highlighted the disconnect between how business leaders and infosec professionals view the current security landscape.