SolarWinds believes it has uncovered the highly sophisticated methods used to inject malicious code into its Orion network monitoring platform.
New Zealand's Reserve Bank has been caught up in a cyber attack on users of secure file sharing company Accellion's File Transfer Application service
US law enforcement and intelligence agencies are investigating an attack on government and private sector systems by a suspected Russian state attacker.
Microsoft says the state attackers behind the SolarWinds Orion compromise viewed some of its source code, and warns Australian users may be at risk.
External attacks on Australian corporate cloud accounts have surged 630% as a result of the increasing reliance on cloud services during state lockdowns.
Security experts warn that the major cyber attack targeting Australian government departments and businesses must be a "cybersecurity call to arms".
AddictiveTips.com has revealed the five least trustworthy website features, with pop-up adverts deemed the biggest indicator of an untrustworthy website.
The federal government's Cybersecurity Industry Advisory Panel has provided 60 recommended actions to improve Australia's cyber posture.
IBRS is urging Australian CIOs to check for SolarWinds installations and check their cyber insurance, following the recent SolarWinds hack.
The annual CrowdStrike Services Cyber Front Lines Report found that 68% of organisations experiencing a cyber intrusion in 2020 faced a follow-up attack.
A study into seven open source TCP/IP stacks found 33 vulnerabilities capable of triggering remote code execution, DoS and even takeover of a device.
The rising exploitation of big data by business and industry has prompted consumer groups to call for an overhaul of privacy laws, to protect Australian consumers.
Google and Facebook's disinformation code does not offer any protection against dangerous and false information online, according to Reset Australia.
The ASD has successfully disrupted the operations of several sophisticated criminal gangs taking advantage of COVID-19 to prey on Australians.