As insurers attempt to quantify and control loss, security postures are under scrutiny, meaning new tools are needed to ensure cyber insurance eligibility.
Despite a lack of formal regulation on business IoT security, it's important for organisations to secure IoT devices, thereby protecting networks.
New research shows that Australian users think digital platforms such as Google and Meta aren't doing enough to protect them from scams.
A new report from Barracuda Networks shows how attackers work by forwarding sensitive emails, hiding security alerts and monitoring victim activities.
APRA has put the spotlight on the need for financial institutions to better manage the risk of cyber attacks via third parties.
As the threat attack surface widens and lines between breaches, fraud and financial crimes fade, using siloed approaches and incomplete data is now untenable.
More than seven in 10 Australian board members view generative AI as a significant security risk, research indicates.
The success of a pretexting attack hinges on its credibility; the more authentic it looks, the more likely a person is to click a link or respond to an email.
The number of notifiable data breaches reported to the OAIC fell 16% in the six months ending in June, but the office is still cautioning vigilance.
While the ease with which AI can generate malware may lead to an upsurge in attack frequency, the foundational defences themselves remain unaltered.
Securing an integrated IT/OT network also requires a collaborative approach by disparate teams that have never previously worked together and have little understanding of each other’s technologies.
Twenty five per cent of Australia's two-and-a-half million SMBs would struggle to survive the financial and reputational damage of a privacy breach.