The BlackBerry 2021 Annual Threat Report has outlined a rise in cyber threats facing vulnerable organisations since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A report from Trend Micro detected 119,000 cyber threats per minute globally in 2020, marking a 20% increase.
With the COVID-19 vaccine rollout underway in Australia, cybersecurity experts warn that cybercriminals may try to hack organisations tracking the vaccines.
A report from SOTI has found that 83% of Australian consumers would 'blacklist' an online retailer if they have had a bad shopping experience.
Transport for NSW has warned that some of its data was stolen in December's attack on the popular secure file transfer system operated by Accellion.
Two Labor shadow cabinet members have called for a national ransomware strategy to tackle the mounting ransomware threat.
The ADF's former Head of Information Warfare Dr Marcus Thompson has joined ParaFlare as a strategic advisor.
AgriFutures Australia and BDO Australia have commenced a project to explore cyber threats to the agriculture sector's business data and production systems.
A new report from Nozomi Networks found that cyber threats facing industrial and critical infrastructure have grown to an all-time high.
Cybersecurity services company CyberCX and AustCyber have launched a platform designed to track Australia's cyber skills shortage in real time.
The ACSC has released its 2020 Health Sector Snapshot, revealing that ransomware is currently the most significant threat to the Australian health sector.
Nearly three-quarters of Australian organisations faced a phishing attack in 2020 with 60% facing a successful attack, Proofpoint research suggests.
Optus's security division, Trustwave, says it has discovered two additional severe vulnerabilities in the SolarWinds Orion network management platform.
The US FTC has finalised a settlement with Zoom over accusations the videoconferencing company misled consumers about the security of Zoom meetings.
A report from the NSW Standards Harmonisation Taskforce is calling for Australian governments and industry to adopt international cybersecurity standards.