The majority of IT leaders in the Asia-Pacific region are concerned their organisations will not be prepared for the impact of quantum computing on the integrity of encryption.
A study designed to understand consumer attitudes and perceptions on cybersecurity has uncovered generational differences in protection practices.
A new threat report shows a significant number of criminal adversaries are attempting to infiltrate customer environments.
Consumers in APAC are relying on passwords as their primary method for signing in online, but are seeking alternative, more secure methods, research suggests.
Bitdefender has released findings on a series of scams that surfaced 13 October, running off the back of the Israel–Gaza conflict.
By utilising real-time data and establishing a culture of security, organisations can proactively address and mitigate potential problems before they develop.
As cybercrime has evolved, it was inevitable that adversaries would professionalise further, finding new and more efficient ways to extort victims.
A new report from Trustwave finds that one group is responsible for 39% of the ransomware attacks on the global financial services sector.
Australian Payments Plus (AP+) has launched its digital identity solution, ConnectID, offering protection against fraud and identity theft.
In a new report, Bitdefender reveals it has identified a recent rapid uptick in the prevalence of YouTube stream-jacking attacks.
Three in four cybersecurity pros believe there could soon be an offensive AI powerful enough to bypass most current security measures.
We need a more transparent and collective approach to cybercrime, including strengthening our intelligence and reducing barriers for attacked organisations.
ISACA's new State of Cybersecurity report shows that Oceania security teams are dealing with talent and budget shortages despite the growing cyberthreat.