Australians are increasingly concerned about the security of their health records and personal information, a new SOTI survey shows.
The ACCC is seeking to alert the public to the threat of scammers impersonating legitimate companies or agencies and demanding payment in the form of gift cards.
A new penalty regime designed to boost online protection for Australians has been announced by the federal government.
Just 12% of respondents to an ISACA survey are completely confident in their ability to measure the effectiveness of their phishing awareness campaigns.
A secure blockchain has been developed that is claimed to defend against malicious activity.
Microsoft has extended AccountGuard — its security service for political parties and organisations — to the Australian market ahead of the federal election.
The world is currently in the middle of a cyberwar, according to 87% of security professionals.
CERT NZ has identified multiple attempts by cybercriminals to profit from the attention being paid to New Zealand in the wake of Friday's Christchurch shooting.
Cloud application attacks grew by 65% between September 2018 and February 2019, with Nigeria and China the source of the majority of these attacks.
Only half of respondents to a global sweep of data protection practices among organisations in 18 countries have a documented incident response procedure.
Retailers are heavily targeted by the increasingly popular attack method of credential stuffing, according to research from Akamai.
Japan's National Institute of ICT has commenced a five-year project involving rooting out IoT devices protected by easily guessed or default passwords.
As part of its Defending Democracy Program, Microsoft is expanding its free AccountGuard service to 12 more European nations.
Russian state-sponsored actors are on average able to infiltrate a target's network in under 19 minutes after compromising the first system, CrowdStrike said.