Sapien Cyber and Honeywell Building Technologies have partnered to create cybersecurity solutions to support buildings and critical infrastructure sites.
New research from Knowbe4 indicates that the banking and financial services industries are closest to achieving a good security culture.
Australian cybersecurity, DevOps and engineering services provider Ampion has been acquired by Wipro, to reinforce its position in the ANZ market.
The rapid changes to working brought on by COVID-19 have resulted in a surge in employees sharing sensitive business data over collaboration tools.
CyberCX has launched its inaugural Annual Threat Assessment, detailing trends in the threat landscape across Australia and New Zealand.
An investigation into the state of macOS malware by Atlas VPN has found that malware developed to target macOS surged by over 1000% in 2020.
Australian cybersecurity company Tesserent has announced a new acquisition aimed at bolstering its government services business.
Trend Micro Incorporated has revealed that it detected double-digit year-on-year increases in malware, credential theft and phishing emails in 2020.
AustCyber and the Queensland Government have collaborated to open new cybersecurity innovation nodes in Brisbane and Townsville.
Australians lost $20.8 million to scams in February as scammers continued to take advantage of the pandemic to prey on victims, according to Scamwatch figures.
Australian and New Zealand businesses spent an additional 10–20% on cybersecurity in 2020 than they had originally budgeted for, IDC estimates.
Australian organisations have fallen victim to a new attack campaign targeting vulnerabilities in the widely used Microsoft Exchange software.
AustCyber has launched AUCyberscape, a digital platform for cybersecurity providers to list their products, services and experience for potential customers.
Using multi-factor authentication to strengthen proof-of-identity protections can prevent cybercriminals from accessing private online information and accounts.
A report from CrowdStrike has revealed that e-crime attacks made up 79% of all intrusions in 2020, with threat actors improving strategies to evade detection.