Microsoft has reportedly withdrawn patches for Meltdown and Spectre kernel memory vulnerabilities due to incompatibilities with AV products, while Intel has advised some customers not to apply its fixes.
A cybersecurity guide has been developed for small businesses, in order to help them better understand how to prevent cyber attacks.
The use of bitcoin is largely associated with illegal activity, according to new research.
More than 4 in 5 EU consumers plan to use the powers over control of their personal data granted to them by the GDPR, which could prove challenging for Australian companies operating in the region.
A 41 GB database containing 1.4 billion stolen usernames and passwords — compiled from over 250 high-profile data breaches — has been leaked online.
The opening cybersecurity keynote speaker at CeBIT Australia will be Symantec CEO Greg Clark.
The 2017 threat landscape was dominated by major attacks exploiting known but unpatched vulnerabilities, and Trend Micro expects cybercriminals to step up this trend in 2018.
There has been a sharp increase in the number of malwareless impersonation attacks, according to a new report from Mimecast.
A shortage in national cybersecurity skills has led the Victorian Government to push for a national training model.
Start-up company Dtex Systems has just opened its regional headquarters in Canberra.
Apple has patched a major security vulnerability that allowed root access to Macs running the latest High Sierra operating system without the need to enter a password.
Intel has discovered vulnerabilities in the firmware of a range of processors that could potentially allow attackers to remotely execute code or gain access to sensitive information.
Most small businesses rate cybercrime as their third biggest risk, according to a national survey.
Malwarebytes has forecast a rise in cryptojacking, PowerShell-based attacks and the use of worms to launch malware in the coming year.
The vast majority of people use the same password across multiple accounts, a new survey has found.