By 2023, mobile biometrics will authenticate $2 trillion in sales per year, according to a new study from Juniper Research.
A new program has been developed that could stop hacking attempts from future supercomputers.
Gartner experts recommend adjusting IT procurement methods to avoid breaches that could lead to GDPR fines and reputational damage.
Only 65% of organisations have a cybersecurity expert, despite the fact that 95% expect cyber threats to increase over the next three years.
The ANU has reportedly fallen victim to a network intrusion that has been traced to China and could have been a state-sponsored attack.
A new Joint Cyber Security Centre (JCSC) has opened in Perth, with the aim of keeping Australians safe from cyber attacks.
The plant will allow Shred-it to have an active role in assisting businesses and government agencies comply with stringent data privacy legislation.
Twelve Australian cybersecurity companies are showcasing their solutions and innovations in London as part of the Australian British FinTech Cyber Catalyst.
The GDPR might be a cloud with a silver lining — getting it right could help foster better relationships with your customers.
An AUSTRAC RegTech Showcase has explored ways to harness technology to combat money laundering, terrorism financing and serious financial crime.
Cybersecurity incidents have the potential to cost the Australian economy $29bn per year in direct, indirect and induced costs, a new study estimates.
Chinese hacker group Thrip is involved in a targeted espionage operation against satellite, telecoms and defence companies in SEA and the US.
Some 28% of Australian organisations encountered cryptojacking attacks in Q1 and 21% encountered mobile malware, a new report has found.
PageUp has provided an update on the potential data breach disclosed by the company at the start of the month.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be a breeding ground for cyber attacks and malicious activity, if prior events are any indication.