FooForce CEO Frances Russell has called for an organised national approach for cybercrime victims to report cyberattacks.
Claroty has disclosed 11 vulnerabilities in the widely-used network management system Nagios that could leave users exposed to a variety of attacks.
New research suggests Australian businesses will be open to the risk of data lost and ransomware attacks for another two years.
Nearly three in four Australian organisations faced cyber attacks targeting remote workers in the past 12 months, according to Tenable.
Australians have reported a record $211 million in losses to scams this year, an increase of nearly 90% from last year.
The manufacturing sector is failing to limit employees' access to sensitive company data, with employees on average able to access one in five files.
Sophos' State of Ransomware in Financial Services report found that 35% of financial services organisations faced a ransomware attack in 2020.
This Cybersecurity Awareness Month, KnowBe4 and OneLogin will attempt to set an Official Guinness World Record for the most views of a cybersecurity lesson on YouTube.
AustCyber's 2021 Australian Cyber Week is scheduled for 25–29 October and will generate awareness about the Australian cybersecurity industry.
IT services company Orro has acquired managed security services provider eSecure to bolster its cybersecurity services offerings.
BlackBerry has updated its SecuSUITE for Government solution to offer full end-to-end encryption for group phone calls, to better protect government agencies.
IT professionals worldwide are adapting to the new era of remote work triggered by COVID-19 by adopting or exploring a Zero Trust network security model.
Nearly all executives believe that software providers need to improve the security of their software build and code signing processes, research shows.
The ACSC's Annual Cyber Threat Report found that cyber threats reported to the agency grew 13% during FY21 as attackers sought to take advantage of the pandemic.
Two-thirds of IT security professionals in Australia reported an increase in both their non-security and security workloads as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.