Port shutdown shows importance of maritime security

13 November, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The cyber attack that shut down ports in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth is a reminder of the importance of maritime cybersecurity, an expert has noted.

Critical flaws in Atlassian product being exploited: ACSC

07 November, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The ACSC has warned it has received evidence that newly discovered critical vulnerabilities in a popular Atlassian product are being exploited in the wild.

AI to transform cybersecurity landscape in 2024

07 November, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Tesserent security experts have warned that A/NZ organisations are likely to face increasingly sophisticated AI-powered cyber attacks in 2024.

Australian small businesses cutting security spend

07 November, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Despite more and more Australian small businesses being targeted with cyber attacks, business leaders are cutting back on security budgets due to cost pressures.

Mimecast expands email security solution to A/NZ

06 November, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Mimecast has expanded its Email Security Cloud Integrated solution, which is designed to optimise protection for Microsoft 365 environments, to Australia and NZ.

Strategic cybersecurity is compliant by design

06 November, 2023 by Mark Jones, Senior Partner, Tesserent | Supplied by: Tesserent Australia Pty Ltd

Compliance should be the by-product of systems and processes that are designed from the outset to be secure.

Why we should rename October 'Cyber Resilience Month'

02 November, 2023 by Sandeep Parande, Director, Security & Resilience Practice, Kyndryl ANZ | Supplied by: Kyndryl

Kyndryl's Sandeep Parande calls time on Cyber Awareness Month. Attacks are inevitable, so organisations must prepare for effective response and recovery.

Australian orgs failing to prevent 42% of attacks

02 November, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Australian organisations have been unable to prevent 42% of cyber attacks targeting them in the past two years, research from Tenable suggests.

Three steps to optimal cybersecurity

01 November, 2023 by Neil Lappage, Security Advisor, ITC Secure and member of ISACA Emerging Trends Working Group | Supplied by: ISACA

In line with the government's cyber shield approach, the optimal security strategy for any organisation has three key components, according to ISACA.

Sumsub develops deepfake detector

27 October, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Sumsub has publicly launched For Fake’s Sake, a set of AI models designed to enable the detection of deepfakes and fraud in visual assets.

RaaS now weapon of choice

27 October, 2023

OpenText has announced the Nastiest Malware of 2023, an annual ranking of the year's biggest threats, showing RaaS is now the preferred business model.

Business logic attacks escalating

26 October, 2023 | Supplied by: Imperva

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

To err is human: the role of AI in cybersecurity

26 October, 2023 by Wai Kit Cheah, senior director of APAC Products and Practices at Lumen Technologies | Supplied by: Lumen Technologies

The truth is that most cyber incidents are not the result of complex code or impenetrable firewalls being breached; rather, they are caused by human error.

HR-related emails continue to dominate attacks

25 October, 2023

KnowBe4's Q3 2023 top-clicked phishing results are in, showing that HR business-related messages continue to pique the interest of employees.

Aussie orgs report facing cyber risks

25 October, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Three in four Australian organisations have been hit by at least one successful ransomware attack in the past two years, according to research from Veritas.

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