More than a day: long-term password integrity

03 May, 2023 by Grayson Milbourne, Security Intelligence Director at OpenText Cybersecurity | Supplied by: OpenText

Password best practices shouldn't be limited to a single day each year. Password integrity is a discipline that should be strived for year-round.

Cybercriminals used over 500 attack tools in 2022

03 May, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The expanding range of attack tools and techniques being utilised by cyber attackers are leaving defenders with few gaps to exploit, according to Sophos.

Organisations underestimate ransomware threat

02 May, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

While 78% of respondents to a Fortinet survey reported feeling prepared for ransomware attacks, half still fell victim to an attack.

Australian CISOs feel unsupported

28 April, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Nearly all Australian CISOs report struggling to get the organisational support required to ensure their organisation is resilient against cyber threats.

Security concerns slowing Kubernetes adoption

28 April, 2023 by Ajmal Kohgadai | Supplied by: Red Hat Asia Pacific Pty Ltd

Kubernetes adoption rates have soared in recent years, with the container orchestration platform integral to many digital transformation initiatives.

OS fragmentation poses security headaches: report

28 April, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

A new report from Absolute Software has found that growing operating system and application fragmentation are causing security problems for organisations.

Unsecured printers a cybersecurity risk

27 April, 2023 by Ted Garner, Chief Strategy Officer, Konica Minolta | Supplied by: Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia Pty Ltd

The continued threat of malicious cyber activity should be a wake-up call for all businesses, highlighting the growing need for up-to-date cybersecurity.

Securing digital assets

26 April, 2023 by Ilan Rubin, Chief Executive Officer, Wavelink | Supplied by: Wavelink

Security hardening is an effective way to enhance cybersecurity by reducing a business's attack surface exposure and protecting it against hostile forces.

Australian manufacturers fear nation-state cyber threats

24 April, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Nearly four in five Australian manufacturing IT decision-makers are concerned about the prospect of nation-state cyber attacks, research indicates.

Verizon Business helps Siemens go Zero Trust

21 April, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

German multinational Siemens is using technology from Verizon Business to support its 'never trust, always verify' Zero Trust network security approach.

Healthcare sector a target as attack focus shifts

20 April, 2023

A concerning change in the tactics of cybercriminals has seen a focal shift to targets without significant financial standing but at great risk of harm.

Attackers extorting victims with fake ransomware claims

19 April, 2023 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

A new cybercrime email campaign uncovered by Avast attempts to fool victims into thinking they have been the victim of a ransomware or data extortion attack.

Why every organisation should backup Microsoft 365 data

18 April, 2023 by Mark Lukie – Director of Solution Architects, Asia Pacific and Japan, Barracuda Networks | Supplied by: Barracuda Networks

A secure backup, which enables encrypted Microsoft 365 data to be restored without paying a ransom in the event of an attack.

Passwordless protection

18 April, 2023 by Phillip Walsh, ANZ Regional VP of ForgeRock | Supplied by: ForgeRock

With an evolving threat landscape and an increasing amount of data stored online, passwords and usernames are no longer secure enough.

Cybercrime sets the gender equality bar

17 April, 2023 by Mayra Rosario Fuentes, Senior Threat Researcher, Trend Micro | Supplied by: Trend Micro Australia Pty Ltd

The cybercrime underground is becoming a bastion of equal opportunity from a gender perspective, with participants judged on their skills not their pronouns.

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