Security

Disruptionware: preparing for new age cyber attacks

19 May, 2022 | Supplied by: ManageEngine

Ransomware is just the top of the cybercriminal iceberg. More sophisticated and savvy cyber attackers are moving to a new weapon: disruptionware.


archTIS launches NC Protect on Azure Marketplaces

19 May, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Canberra-based archTIS has launched its NC Protect for Microsoft 365 on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace and Azure Government Marketplace platforms.


Akamai–Fujitsu alliance to combat rising cyberthreat

04 May, 2022

A new strategic relationship will help Australian-based organisations to defend against ransomware and cybersecurity attacks.


Individuals now top target for cybercrooks

04 May, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Cyber attacks against individuals increased 73% during the six months to April, positioning people as the top attack sector, according to Trellix.


Orgs want more government support on security

22 April, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Australian organisations are eager for more government support in responding to cyber threats, but are worried that new government mandates will be too onerous.


Employee behaviours threaten govt cybersecurity

14 April, 2022

A study into highly regulated, high-risk industries, including government, looks at the tradeoffs between security and employee experience.


Service NSW to adopt face biometrics

07 April, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The NSW Government is engaging with vendors over the planned deployment of photo-matching technology for identity verification.


Australia's security posture "rapidly deteriorating"

06 April, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security has warned that Australia is facing a "rapidly deteriorating security environment".


Aussie AI traffic tech wins at Intertraffic 2022

06 April, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Acusensus has won a major traffic industry award for its Heads-Up driver safety solution that can autonomously detect non-compliance with road rules.


GCSB wins Best Security Project at iSANZ 2021

23 March, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

New Zealand national security agency the Government Communications Security Bureau has picked up the Best Security Project Award at the 2021 iSANZ Awards.


Outgoing AustCyber CEO heads to EY

22 March, 2022

Outgoing AustCyber CEO Michelle Price will join EY as Partner in the Oceania cybersecurity, privacy and trusted technology practice.


Physical security systems at risk of cyber attack

17 March, 2022 by George Moawad, ANZ Country Manager, Genetec | Supplied by: Genetec Australia Pty Ltd

Large or small, any government organisation, school district or higher education institution is vulnerable to a disruptive and costly cyber attack.


Securiti platform awarded NZ Privacy Trust Mark

17 March, 2022

New Zealand's Office of the Privacy Commission has awarded the Privacy Trust Mark to the Securiti platform.


Security platform choice should be based on three concepts

10 March, 2022 | Supplied by: Wavelink

Gaining a truly integrated security solution is the only way to reduce technology sprawl and consolidate an organisation's platform.


Kiteworks achieves IRAP certification

07 March, 2022

Kiteworks has achieved compliance with the Information Security Registered Assessors Program (IRAP) assessed for up to PROTECTED level data classification.


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