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GUEST OPINION by Pasacal Geenens, Radware:   Knowing  and understanding the most important cyber threats that an e-commerce business will face is crucial this busy holiday shopping season.

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The confidence of IT managers and approach to battling cyberattacks is vastly different between those who’ve been impacted by ransomware and those who have not, survey shows

New Ryuk ransomware techniques underscore how fast attackers switch gears

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Security risks posed by emerging technologies remain as pervasive and serious as ever, according to a new report that warns that organisations need to be aware of where the security threats could come from in 2020 and beyond, and take steps to protect themselves.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 21 August 2019 12:28

Smart home devices at risk of attacks by hackers

The deployment of smart home IoT devices may pose risks of attacks by hackers, according to a new report which forecasts that the number of smart home devices is expected to increase globally at a compound annual growth rate of 16.9% until 2023.

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Ransomware attacks continue to be the world’s main security threat and the most profitable form of malware, but a new global report claims that despite “copious” numbers of infections daily there’s emerging signs the threat is no longer growing.

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Online banking threats are of a higher concern than malware and cryptojacking, but despite the concerns Australians are still storing financial records or financial information such as tax file numbers and bank details on their digital devices, according to a new security research report.

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Ransomware attacks are significantly declining despite an increase in cyber attacks generally, according to the global IT association ISACA.

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Malicious email volumes soared in the third quarter 2017, increasing 85% from the prior quarter, according to a new security threat report from Proofpoint that reveals much of this increase was driven by an explosion of email with malicious URLs linking to hosted malware.

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2017 Cyber in Business Conference Sydney, Friday 28th July – Vumero Institute is pleased to announce the expansion of the Cyber in Business Conference to Sydney, Australia. The Sydney Conference will be held on Friday 28th July 2017 at UTS Aerial Function Centre, with 350+ attendees expected across 2 tracks. The decision to expand the Conference Series to Sydney is following the success of the 2016 Cyber in Business Conference, held in Melbourne.

Giant US telco Verizon says it has strengthened its armoury in the fight against cyber adversaries with its investment in next-generation security capabilities at its Asia-Pacific Advanced Security Operations Centre in Canberra.

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Global security company Centrify has warned that organisations need more than just user awareness programmes to cut the risk of “social engineering” and cyber fraud.

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The security threat to Australian companies from cyber criminals is exacerbated by a growing skills gap within the IT industry, according to research by recruitment company Robert Half.

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The federal government and industry have been urged to work together to share information on cyber security threats and attacks to counter the increasing sophistication of cyber adversaries.

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Australian rice producer and exporter SunRice has standardised on the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform to support its global expansion, increase security, and consolidate its IT infrastructure.   

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Organisations in the Southeast Asian region are exposed to a 45% higher risk of facing a targeted cyber attack than the global average.

Published in Security
Monday, 12 October 2015 01:05

HP, Hitachi expand Japan security intel alliance

Hewlett Packard has extending the reach of its security intelligence sharing network, forming an alliance with Hitachi which it says is designed to capture and share Japan-specific threat information.

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Malware is the predominant cybercrime threat in Australia and the threat to any organisation connected to the Internet is “undeniable, unrelenting” and continues to grow.

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