Only two of 18 Australian Government agencies evaluated by Proofpoint have fully implemented DMARC anti-spoofing security protocols.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre is inviting water and wastewater companies to register to participate in a two-day cybersecurity drill next year.
A UK government body has asserted the need for a "social contract" between citizens and the state covering ways in which citizen data is used and shared between agencies.
Australian businesses are significantly more likely than their global peers to have faced a security incident caused by an unpatched vulnerability, Cisco claims.
In an embarrassing data breach for WA Health, sensitive medical records have been leaked online after being intercepted from an unsecured pager network.
Australian government and local authority organisations reported more data breaches than any other industry sector in the last 12 months, research shows.
Attackers are sending spoof myGov message alerts that link to "worryingly legitimate" looking pages designed to mine victims' account login details.
Eleven carefully selected cybersecurity SMEs have been given an opportunity to pitch directly to government decision-makers as part of GovPitch 2020.
The Cyber Security Vulnerability Management Centre will provide ongoing and automated vulnerability scanning across state government departments and agencies.
The NSW Government, AustCyber and Standards Australia have created a new task force aimed at ensuring NSW becomes a leading cybersecurity hub.
Having started the hunt for managers for its new Queensland Cyber Security Innovation Nodes, AustCyber is now also seeking a leader for its NSW node.
The Australian Strategic Policy Institute has urged the government to address the Australian national security community's growing cloud disadvantage.