The cost of a cyber attack on an Australian small- or medium-sized business would come to something like $1.9 million, a survey of 200 IT decision makers at these businesses by security vendor Webroot has found.
Australian employers are not doing enough to prevent internal crime, according to a new survey of legal professionals, with rogue employees engaging in deceitful deception of the disturbing kind.
Laws that have been proposed by the Australian Government to guard communications networks and businesses from cyber attack and sabotage may have the opposite effect from that intended, a coalition of industry groups has warned.
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