Cylance's latest Threat Report found that malware attacks increased 13.4% over 2016, with the healthcare sector remaining the most under fire.
Despite heightened awareness of security risks, internet users in Australia and five other markets are continuing to exhibit poor password practices such as re-using passwords between personal and work accounts.
One in three respondents to ISACA's latest survey of IT governance professionals believe their organisation's board is not adequately focused on cybersecurity.
An international group of researchers analysed 5855 apps for children, finding that 57% may be violating the US Children's Online Privacy Protection Act.
48% of Australian respondents believe they have improved their security posture, even though 76% still lack a consistent incident response plan.
Firms subject to the NDB laws must secure IoT devices and guest or third-party access to their networks before it's too late, Wavelink has warned.
Establishing a global, coordinated approach to cybersecurity was the takeaway theme from the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) Conference 2018.
Australian IT leaders are concerned about a lack of visibility into their organisation's network traffic, which is exposing them to security, legal and productivity risks.
A fake account set up to impersonate a NZ government minister has led to calls for New Zealanders to report suspicious Facebook activity to CERT NZ.
A group of 34 technology giants has signed an accord agreeing not to assist governments in conducting offensive cyber attacks and to work to protect all citizens from the growing cyber threat.
Russian state-sponsored actors were responsible for router-based cyber attacks in October 2017, according to the federal government.
The NZ government will work with the private sector and the public to refresh New Zealand's national cybersecurity strategy.
More than 60 Australian cybersecurity industry leaders are heading to the US this week to build partnerships to fight cybercrime.
The second annual Nuix Black Report shows that 40% of hackers say they can break into a system, locate valuable data and exfiltrate it within just one hour.
There have been at least 63 notifiable data breach reports filed in the first five weeks following the introduction of the government's new mandatory reporting scheme.