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acthTIS announces new ventures in EMEA market

The ASX-listed cyber security company has secured new deals in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. ...
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Op-Ed: Is your contact centre a weak link in your cyber security chain?
It’s Privacy Awareness Week in early May – an opportune time to make sure yo...
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Op-Ed: Keep your application’s secrets protected
The SolarWinds digital supply chain attack began by compromising the “heart”...
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Defence

Apr 21 2021
Op-Ed: Disconnected operations — Keeping military assets and critical information in sight when ‘Going Dark’
The tools to manage that 1 per cent period when military assets have no connectivity. Military org...
Apr 20 2021
Assistant Minister for Defence cautions Australians for safe Microsoft Exchange use
The Assistant Minister for Defence cautioned Australians urging them to install the new Microsoft Ex...
Apr 13 2021
Cyber security firms secure Defence grants
Defence has issued $3.6 million in grants to 12 Australian firms, including six cyber security compa...

Opinion

Op-Ed: Why you need to take a deep, layered approach to IT security
In today’s highly digitised business world, cyber criminals are spoilt for choice when it comes to gaining access to a target corporate network. ...
Op-Ed: Ransomware increases its impact through double extortion attacks
Of all the cyber threats currently facing Australian businesses, one of the most feared is ransomware. By introducing malware into an IT infrastructure, crimina...
Op-Ed: Why recent cyber security breaches shine a spotlight on Active Directory
Jim Cook, ANZ regional director at Attivo Networks, examined how cyber criminals are using Active Directory for up to 80 per cent of recent cyber attacks. ...

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Op-Ed: When cyber crime went from fun to financially driven
Mar 17 2021
A brief history of computer malware: from fun to money hungry. ... read more
New response tool to counter rising cyber-crime threat
Oct 27 2020
A new cyber-fraud legal response tool has been launched to counter the increasing threat of cyber crime for companies. ... read more
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Policy

Apr 21 2021
Australian government unveils International Cyber and Critical Technology Engagement Strategy
The federal government has released the International Cyber and Critical Technology Engagement Stra...
Apr 7 2021
The low barriers to entry for cyber terrorism
Encrypted chats and cryptocurrencies have reduced the barriers to entry for cyber criminals. What ca...
Joanne Wong
Dec 16 2020
Op-Ed: Why it’s time to swap occasional cyber awareness training for embedded education initiatives
In today’s heightened threat landscape users need to be on their guard, but the odd training sessi...

Critical Infrastructure

Daniel Harding
10:30
Op-Ed: Is your contact centre a weak link in your cyber security chain?
It’s Privacy Awareness Week in early May – an opportune time to make sure your contact centre isn’t a candidate for an expensive and d...
10:15
Op-Ed: Keep your application’s secrets protected
The SolarWinds digital supply chain attack began by compromising the “heart” of the CI/CD pipeline and successfully changing application...
09:45
Pandemic triggers surge in phishing attacks
New data has shed light on the growing threat of cyber attacks in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. ...

Workforce

Joanne Wong
Apr 15 2021
Op-Ed: Ransomware increases its impact through double extortion attacks
Of all the cyber threats currently facing Australian businesses, one of the most feared is ransomware. By introducing malware into an IT inf...
Apr 15 2021
CyberArk launches new offensive security tool
The firm has announced the rollout of a new tool, used to test organisations’ cyber resilience. ...
Apr 7 2021
Augmented reality platform to show 300,000 feet
PTC’s augmented reality platform will be able to show up to 300,000 square feet. ...

Industry

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acthTIS announces new ventures in EMEA market
The ASX-listed cyber security company has secured new deals in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. ...
Mar 24 2021
Ping Identity interviewed 1,300 business execs, releases findings
Ping Identity releases findings of report from 1,300 business executives on their IT processes. ...
Mar 24 2021
LexisNexis Risk Solutions unveils new compliancy findings
LexisNexis Risk Solutions published its True Cost of Financial Crime Compliance Study on Wednesday...

Strategy

Mar 4 2021
Oxfam Australia target of cyber attack, statement outlined
Oxfam Australia released a statement confirming the existence of a data breach. ...
Luke Smith
Mar 3 2021
Op-Ed: Why cyber criminals want to hijack your private conversations
When it comes to IT security, most people are well aware of the traditional ways in which cyber crim...
Mar 1 2021
Government renews push for multi-factor authentication
The federal government has called on the broader Australian community to adopt multi-factor authenti...

Technology

Apr 7 2021
Thales Alenia Space, Microsoft to use cloud AI for satellites
Thales Alenia Space and Microsoft have agreed to improve satellite imaging systems through cloud-based integrations. ...
Mar 18 2021
Op-Ed: When cyber crime went from fun to financially driven
A brief history of computer malware: from fun to money hungry. ...
Feb 25 2021
ASD greenlights Samsung 5G smartphone use by government agencies
A number of Samsung devices with 5G capability have been approved for use across government agencies. ...