The US National Association of State CIOs has published a report arguing that a risk-based approach is the ideal security posture for state government agencies and stressing the importance of robust data classification.
86% of Australia's top organisations experienced at least one attempted cyber attack last financial year, according to the ACSC's latest security survey.
New Zealand's new dedicated computer emergency response team (CERT) will act as the centrepiece of the nation's cybersecurity architecture.
Former AUSTRAC CISO Dr Maria Milosavljevic will become NSW's first government CISO, responsible for creating a collaborative, whole-of-government approach to security.
A report on the cybersecurity action plan for NZ has been released by the government.
The Digital Transformation Agency's team of ethical hackers works closely with developers to nip potential security issues in the bud.
The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is implementing technology designed to cut off attackers and help set the stage to restore power the grid after a cyber attack.
An upgrade has been carried out on the South Australian Government emergency website.
An upgraded Queensland Police Service robot has been implemented to improve community and officer safety.
An alliance has been launched by AUSTRAC, designed to fight against serious financial crime.
A new tool for shipping safety has been developed by Land Information New Zealand (LINZ).
Crowd security intelligence company Synack uncovered critical vulnerabilities in the Pentagon's secure file transfer system within a matter of hours.
A report into the UK government's cybersecurity performance has found that it is struggling to find qualified security staff and that current breach reporting processes are "inconsistent and dysfunctional".
With consumer trust shaken by recent data breaches, Australia's convalescing healthcare IT ecosystem needs a shot in the arm.
With more than 45,500 cybercrime reports during 2016, the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN) is continuing its crackdown.