A new report from CrowdStrike finds that China-nexus adversaries are increasingly exploiting trusted third-party relationships to compromise their targets.
Analysis from Proofpoint found that only 18% of Australian universities have implemented the recommended highest level of DMARC email protection.
Tesserent Academy and ALC Training have been classified as accredited cybersecurity training organisations by IT governance professional association ISACA.
What myGov's move to passwordless authentication means for public sector organisations.
Motorola Solutions has arranged to use Google Cloud infrastructure to support its suite of enterprise and public safety solutions.
As criminals start using AI and other emerging technology, a well-conceived and executed defensive cybersecurity strategy will continue to thwart most attacks.
Gartner is warning that the prevalence of AI-generated deepfakes will prompt many companies to no longer consider face biometrics to be reliable in isolation.
Identity management company Okta has completed an IRAP assessment certifying its use for managing government data up to the Protected level.
A new study by Cisco reveals that most organisations are limiting the use of GenAI over data privacy and security issues and 27% had banned its use, at least temporarily.
Orro has launched a new Extended Detection and Response solution for the Australian market, developed in collaboration with partner SentinelOne.
Fortinet and the American Chamber of Commerce in Australia are helping to sponsor a new cybersecurity scholarship for SMEs at Torrens University.
Researchers from the University of Technology Sydney have laid out the guardrails needed to maintain trust in the new NSW Digital ID system.
Organisations focused on the future will be those that have the correct protocols, policies and procedures in place to keep their information safe, data secure and infrastructure robust.
A lack of trust between Australian institutions is a bigger impediment to the sharing of health data than regulatory inconsistencies, a new study has found.
In our annual Leaders in Technology series, we ask the experts what the year ahead holds. Today we talk security with Vectra AI's Chris Fisher.