Security attacks taking advantage of concerns over the coronavirus outbreak have seen attackers leverage conspiracy theory-based fears around purported unreleased cures for the virus and campaigns that abuse perceived legitimate sources of health information to manipulate users, according to a global security firm.
Cyber-criminals are using increasingly sophisticated impersonation attacks on Australian businesses, according to a new survey which found that 54% of Australian Infosec professionals faced phishing-triggered ransomware infections in 2019 — more than any of the other six countries surveyed, including the US, UK, Japan, Germany, France and Spain.
Australia’s online retailers are susceptible to cybercriminals spoofing their brand identity and increasing the risk of email fraud for customers, according to a new report.
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Headline is absolutely true. Once foreign intelligence forces start looking internally, there's a problem in governance. Either create a new[…]
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I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.