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GUEST RESEARCH: Bitglass, the total cloud security company, today announced new research that shows how the Dark Web, the value of stolen data and cybercriminal behaviours have dramatically evolved in recent years.

Published in Guest Research

Wagering company Betchoice Corporation trading as Unibet has been convicted of posting three illegal gambling advertisements with court-imposed fines totalling $48,000, as a result of an investigation by Liquor & Gaming NSW. 

Published in Technology Regulation

Moving workloads to the cloud has led organisations and IT administrators to lose control over workloads and relinquish many critical aspects of cybersecurity.

Published in Guest Opinion
Friday, 22 January 2021 13:24

Moving towards a passwordless future

GUEST OPINION: Reports suggest that cyber criminals have been more active than ever during the global pandemic, seeing the state of general upheaval as an opportunity to evolve and find new attack vectors.

Published in Guest Opinion

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has blasted Telstra, Optus, TPG and Dodo for letting down their customers, finding all of the telcos in breach of consumer protection rules after more than 1,500 of their customers were left without services while trying to migrate to the National Broadband Network (NBN).

Published in Telecoms & NBN

COVID-19 related issues affecting small businesses saw the number of enquiries to the ACCC in the first half of this year increase by 42%, compared to the previous six months, according to the competition watchdog’s small business in focus report.

Published in Health
Friday, 29 May 2020 16:46

Breaches are Inevitable

How do You Detect and Respond to Them?

GUEST OPINION By Louis Tague, Vice President, Australia and New Zealand, FireEye: As efforts to adjust to the “new normal” are forcing huge portions of Australians into remote working and outside the relative safety of their employers’ corporate networks, cyber risks have become top-of-mind even for employees who don’t work within security.

Friday, 29 May 2020 16:21

Breaches are Inevitable

How do You Detect and Respond to Them?

GUEST OPINION By Louis Tague, Vice President, Australia and New Zealand, FireEye: As efforts to adjust to the “new normal” are forcing huge portions of Australians into remote working and outside the relative safety of their employers’ corporate networks, cyber risks have become top-of-mind even for employees who don’t work within security.

Published in Security

A recent press lunch on the ever more important topic of cybersecurity, nation state attacks, staying ahead of breaches, the demise of legacy security vendors and more was hosted by Zscaler, with guest speakers from Cenitex, Ecosystm and Richard Stiennon, author of a fascinating book on the next CyberWar.

Published in Security
Thursday, 26 September 2019 02:18

ACMA warns SA Liberal Party over robocalls breach

The South Australian (SA) Division of the Liberal Party of Australia has been taken to task by the telecommunications regulator the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) for making polling robocalls during prohibited calling times.

Friday, 08 March 2019 11:27

APAC companies hit harder by cyber breaches

A new study suggests companies in the Asia-Pacific region are struggling to contain the cost of cyber breaches.

Published in Security

An online dating company has been slammed by Australia's privacy commissioner after it breached privacy laws, with hackers accessing the personal information of about 254,000 Australians.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 18 June 2014 12:00

Dodo in hot water for not protecting users

Budget Internet service provider Dodo has breached the Telecommunications Consumer Protection Code and received a formal warning for its actions, after failing to warn customers who had exceeded their data limits.

Published in Technology Regulation

Telstra has been fined more than $10,000 after a massive data breach in which the information of more than 15,000 customers leaked online. It is not the first time.

Published in Technology Regulation
Thursday, 29 September 2011 11:36

Facebook and f8 - two of life's f-words?

Yawn. Another Facebook development, another privacy besmirchment and probably another upcoming Zuckerbergian apology. Can anyone remind me again why they choose to live a privacy-free Facebook life?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Those who believe it is possible to learn from other people's mistakes may find food for thought in Verizon's latest Data Breach Investigations Report.

Published in Security

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