Multiple ransomware threat actors are creating sites to leak data stolen during their infiltration of a target network to help further extort their victims.
Evasive malware designed to conceal its presence from signature-based antivirus scans is now being used in 68% of malware attacks, according to WatchGuard.
One in five critical communications companies lack any form of cybersecurity system, despite the industry regularly experiencing cyber attacks.
Gen Z Australians are the fastest growing scam victims, losing $5 million and making 12,000 reports in 2019, according to the ACCC.
The Federal Court proceedings allege that Facebook wilfully violated the privacy of around 311,000 Facebook users by disclosing their sensitive personal information.
Digital Rights Watch is calling for facial recognition oversight after finding Australian police were allegedly using Clearview AI's tools for ID purposes.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre has warned that "sophisticated actors" are targeting a remote code execution attack flaw in the Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX.
Businesses reported 537 data breaches under the NDB scheme in the second half of 2019, with 64% of these blamed on malicious activity, according to the OAIC.
Managed security service providers are becoming high-value targets for cybercriminals, according to BlackBerry Cylance's 2020 Threat Report.
Controversial image-scraping facial recognition company Clearview AI has disclosed a data breach involving the theft of its entire client list.
Four in five IoT adopting Australian enterprises have experienced an attempted or successful hacking attempt, new research indicates.
Malwarebytes' latest State of Malware report estimates that total attacks targeting Australia or New Zealand fell last year, despite some high-profile incidents.
Shared smart speaker users are concerned about friends, family and others accessing and potentially misusing the devices, a UBC study has found.
Australian transport and logistics giant Toll Group has fallen victim to a ransomware attack that forced the company to take some core IT systems offline.
Victims of the Ashley Madison data breach are again under attack, this time, via emailed blackmail attempts.