Data has become the lifeblood of modern business but it is also the new currency in security, and the prime focus of criminals and threat actors
In February 2018, the Notifiable Data Breach scheme came into effect in Australia, which now requires all companies to respond to data breaches.
How ‘confidential’ is your personal information? APRA is putting companies on notice with a new standard
APRA acknowledges that cyber-attacks will continue to be an issue and is forcing those it regulates to be proactive in this area.
Today has been touted as a watershed date in Australia that will in some way touch virtually every Australian as the ‘Notifiable Data Breach’ (NDB) scheme locks in.
In 2017, one in two businesses was threatened by a ransomware attack, one of the fastest growing types of cyber-crime
As the number of digital currencies has increased and awareness of their use in both criminal activity and terrorism financing has grown, the Australian Government has recognised the importance of regulating digital exchanges.
A robust IAM is an important step in preventing cyber-attacks and the subsequent loss of both data and reputation. Universities are not exempt.
Despite the attention being paid to cyber security, the readiness of companies to mitigate attacks is low. Just 57 percent of CEOs feel fully prepared for a cyber-attack.
The ACCC has released their Targeting Scams report, which provides a wealth of information on the latest scams Australians have reported through channels like the ACORN website
Over the weekend, the world has seen the largest cyber attack of its kind spread across more than 70 countries. What happened and what should you do?