As cybercriminals continue to ramp up their attacks, traditional security tools are no longer up to the task of protecting organisations.
AusCERT is launching a new brand image and website to further enhance the service it provides to members.
Breakthroughs in low-penetration, shallow-mount hostile vehicle barriers are making facilities and public spaces more secure.
From patents and employee knowledge to a top-secret company recipe, intellectual property (IP) is often among a company's most valuable assets.
The NSW Government has established Cyber Security NSW within the state's Department of Customer Service, and appointed a Chief Cyber Security Officer to lead it.
A NSW man is facing a 10-year sentence on charges of abusing his position as an IT contractor to an Australian Government agency for crypto mining.
The City of San Francisco has banned city law enforcement and other agencies from using facial recognition surveillance technology.
More than three-quarters of Australian state MPs' websites fail to follow digital security best practices such as ensuring all data is hosted locally.
Only around 11% of US government IT systems are running on the cloud, according to an audit of 16 agencies' cloud adoption progress.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre has updated its guide to implementing application whitelisting, one of the Essential Eight threat mitigation strategies.
More CCTV cameras are being installed across Darwin's CBD, with installation nearly complete on 138 new devices.
The UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and Information Commission Office (ICO) have outlined their respective new roles in responding to data breaches.
Over the last three years, there has been a substantial increase in the number of callers choosing the Queensland Police Service's online option.
The 41st International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners will be hosted by Albania from 21–24 October 2019.
With the rise of digital technologies and automation, the face of workplace safety is evolving.