To ensure security, it's imperative that organisations build security expertise and capabilities in-house, as well as rely on external providers.
A majority of Australian online shoppers report being more concerned about the security of their personal data than they were just one year ago.
International Justice Mission Australia has endorsed the eSafety Commissioner's decision to reject as inadequate two industry-created online safety codes.
Banks are still challenged when it comes to detecting fraud and money laundering campaigns before customers' financial assets are adversely affected.
Half of Australian respondents to a survey conducted by GetApp suggested that they would take legal action against companies that leaked their personal data.
Security compromise detection relies on an established baseline of behaviour, but how do you establish a baseline when everything is abnormal?
As businesses integrate more flexible, technology-driven tools and processes, they also expose their operations to additional risks.
Ransomware perpetrators have evolved their business model to include a second catastrophic phase — double extortion ransomware.
Barracuda Networks CTO Fleming Shi shines a light on the cybercriminal misuse of HTML as an attack tool.
Cybercriminals are increasingly exploiting trust in technology brands including Microsoft and Adobe to launch phishing attacks, Avast has warned.
Businesses must invest in solutions, best practices and processes that ensure they keep up with changing legislation and regulatory requirements.
Using AI tools, it's easy to manipulate images, videos and — perhaps most disturbingly — the voices of friends and family members.