A 21-year-old Queenslander has been arrested and charged with allegedly hacking a US online gaming developer’s computer network, according to police.
There’s been a warning that organisations will be hit by a rise in digital criminality this year as “fraud becomes increasingly cyber-enabled.”
Cybercrime security solutions company, ThreatMetrix, has appointed former IBM security sales executive Ben Fitzpatrick as Regional Sales Director for Australia and New Zealand.
Cybercrime is under control, says security guru Eugene Kaspersky, but cyber espionage is on the rise and poses a serious threat to international relations.
What might be the best of North Korea's hacking coterie has launched an "unsophisticated" cyber-attack on a variety of South Korean institutions.
A new collaboration between Trend Micro and Deakin and Macquarie universities aims to put an end to cybercrime in Australia.
Google's announcement that its public DNS service now performs DNSSEC validation has been hailed as "a huge step forward for Internet security" by the Internet Society.
Trend Micro has released in Australia its 'Custom Defence' product billed as the first product that enables organisations to detect and analyse advanced persistent threats (APTs) and targeted attacks, to rapidly adapt their protection and respond to these attacks.
Australia’s new Attorney General, Mark Dreyfus, has released a major CERT survey into cyber crime in Australia. The findings make sobering reading.
A joint international criminal investigation headed by the Australian Federal Police has resulted in seven people being charged in Romania for the largest credit card data theft in Australia’s history.
Most Australian have never been victim of a cybercrime. Only 1% say they have had their identity stolen, and 10% have been the victim of online fraud. Is cybercrime exaggerated?
The Federal Government is proposing to regulate to ensure that telco networks are more resistant to attacks from cyber criminals and terrorists.
Social networks are increasingly being used by cybercriminals to spread malware to mobile devices, particularly those running Android, according to a new report.
Cybercriminals are infecting networks and stealing data undetected, according to a new warning from a leading security firm, which says that data theft is already at epidemic levels and traditional defences against the attacks are no longer working.
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