The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be a breeding ground for cyber attacks and malicious activity, if prior events are any indication.
Cybersecurity, resilience and building trust will be key themes at ISACA's upcoming Oceania Computer, Audit, Control and Security (CACS) Conference.
New research from WatchGuard Technologies reveals that more than one in five Australians have been the victim of a ransomware attack.
The ATEN PSS PP v3.0 secure KVM switches provide isolation between computer sources and peripherals while sharing a single keyboard, mouse, monitor, speaker set and common access card (CAC) reader between connected computers of various security classifications.
Law agencies will be able to demand that telcos and big tech companies decrypt suspects' data, under a new federal government draft Bill.
Unlicensed software raises the risk of cyber attacks, according to new research by BSA | The Software Alliance.
The email addresses and hashed passwords of all customers who had signed up to MyHeritage by October 2017 have been stolen in a data breach.
Company boards are rushing to ensure compliance with the new EU GDPR and respond to the expanding cyber threat landscape.
The overwhelming majority of organisations in ANZ rank poor employee behaviour as the greatest email security concern, according to a new survey.
As more Australian utilities and critical infrastructure providers adopt automation and the IIoT, improving security has become an urgent priority.
UK citizens will be able to demand free access to data held on them by organisations under a new data protection law coming into effect.
Cisco's Talos threat intelligence unit has discovered a major IoT botnet that may be linked to a planned state-sponsored cyber attack on Ukraine.
Although many Australian businesses won't be ready for the implementation of the EU's GDPR on Friday, experts say it's not time to panic yet.
The cybersecurity practices of lawyers could be putting their client data at risk, according to new research.
Total losses from scams reported to Australian government agencies grew to $340m in 2017, the highest since the ACCC started reporting on scam activity in 2008.