Cybersecurity strategy stories
Breaking down the cybersecurity strategy 2023-2030: Phase three (2029-2030)
Explore the final phase of Australia's Cyber Security Strategy for 2023-2030, focused on global leadership and leveraging prior phase capabilities.
Hunter-killer malware surges by 333%, says Picus Red Report 2024
The 2024 Picus Red Report reveals a 333% rise in Hunter-killer malware targeting and disabling security defences, reflecting a concerning escalation in cyber-attack strategies.
Talking cybersecurity with the board of Directors
Cybersecurity professionals must translate their technical language to ensure board members fully grasp inherent cyber threats, to encourage informed investment and more accountable cybercrime prevention.
Bugcrowd launches CrowdConnect for bolstered global cybersecurity
Bugcrowd's CrowdConnect Partner Program offers global partners a multi-solution cybersecurity platform, harnessing collective hacker creativity and improving cybersecurity strategies.
Data Privacy Day: CyberArk stresses identity-centric cybersecurity
Ahead of Data Privacy Day, CyberArk's Andrew Slavkovic emphasises the urgent necessity for Australian bodies to bolster sensitive data protections.
Combating cybercrime in NZ with a robust cybersecurity strategy
New Zealand businesses grapple with cybercrime's volatile threat landscape, as incidents across various sectors showcase the dire consequences. A nuanced approach to cybersecurity strategy is vital.
Fastly report reveals impact of cyberattacks on Aus-NZ businesses
Fastly reports that Aus-NZ companies experienced a 9% revenue loss due to cyberattacks, with a recovery period of 7.5 months.
Cybersecurity is full of fear –we need to change this
Cybersecurity has associated itself with fear, and as a result, instead of enabling, it has stifled the growth settings we need the most now.
Sharp rise in cybercrime across EMEA in first half of 2023
EMEA region hit hardest as global DDoS attacks rise by 31%. France, Germany, Italy, Kenya, and Saudi Arabia among most targeted nations.
Splunk's 2023 CISO report reveals increasingly disrupted landscape
Disrupted cyber attacks are on the rise according to Splunk's CISO Report, with 90% of orgs hit in the past year and 83% paying ransoms.
Cytek appoints Michael Arov as Head of Company
Cytek, a global cybersecurity solutions provider, appoints industry leader Michael Arov as Head of the company. #Cybersecurity #Leadership.
Preparing your IT security defences for the year ahead
Tools and services in place need to be constantly monitored and updated to ensure they can protect against both current and emerging threats.
Illumio’s cybersecurity experts predict priorities for 2023
Illumio predicts breach containment, consolidation, and better governance as priorities for 2023 and warns of increased threats to healthcare and energy.
Fortinet training edges toward closing cybersecurity gap
The Fortinet Training Institute has made significant progress in closing the cybersecurity skills gap, on track to train one million people by 2026.
How open banking benefits customers, banks – and cybercriminals
Australia's move towards open banking has been hindered by slow progress. However, with the right security measures, the future of open banking can be secure.
Divide between IT and OT teams hindering unified cybersecurity strategies
Organizations are hindered by a cultural divide between IT and OT teams, preventing a unified cybersecurity strategy, a report from Dragos has found.
Appgate launches latest version of zero trust network access solution
Appgate launches new version of zero trust network access solution, offering enhanced capabilities for enterprises.
Ping Identity acquires Singular Key, extends no-code functionality
Ping Identity has acquired no-code identity specialist Singular Key to streamline integration of identity services.
Traditional solutions fail to secure organisations against today's malware
Traditional anti-malware solutions miss nearly 75% of threats, according to new research from WatchGuard Technologies.
How to address cyber-threats as a strategic risk
Cybersecurity should be a priority discussion point for business leaders, as point solutions and incomplete approaches create vulnerabilities.
Companies not utilising threat hunters correctly – study
ThreatQuotient study reveals confusion over the role of threat hunters, with many teams focusing on reactive processes.
75% of DevOps professionals say certificate issuance policies slow them down
Less than half of DevOps professionals believe developers always request certificates that serve as machine identities through authorised channels.
Organisations still not getting cybersecurity fundamentals right - Wavelink
Survey: 60% of data breaches linked to unpatched known flaws.
AiSP launches ladies in cybersecurity mentorship programme
AiSP launches mentorship programme to groom female cybersecurity professionals in Singapore, addressing talent shortage.