GUEST OPINION by Yaniv Hoffman, Radware: With cloud-based applications come new security risks that require expertise which is typically scarce and that can delay application deployment and maintenance.
Australians are using work tools, including company-issued devices for personal matters, to a greater extent than their global counterparts while remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new research which labels the behaviour as a security risk.
Smart home devices and their apps represent a major weak link in the corporate cyber security chain as the lines between work and home life increasingly blur, according to one security firm that conducted a survey revealing 36% of Australian workers use personal devices to access corporate data – often via services and applications hosted in the cloud.
With many SMEs around Australia taking their businesses online or expanding their digital footprint, some may find themselves facing the risk of card payment disputes, chargebacks and fraud for the first time, according to payment provider Mastercard.
GUEST CONTRIBUTION by James Herrin VPN Reviews: In a world where pretty much every corporation, starting from Amazon and Google and to your local grocery store wants to know everything about you, it is inevitable that people become more mindful of their privacy and sore about its violations.
Australia will be awash with IoT devices in the next few years according to Palo Alto Networks which cites a new report forecasting that the global value of the Internet of Things (IoT) devices being used in homes globally reached more than US$1 billion in 2019 - and will reach US$5.3 billion by 2023.
Drones need to be treated as any other Internet of Thing devices, with software that gathers and stores sensitive information that needs to be protected, according to IT security company CyberArk Labs.
SMBs are the primary target for cyber attacks, yet most are unprepared and “severely underestimate their cyber security vulnerabilities” when it comes to cyber criminals and cyber security risks, according to research of the US market.
Australian ICT industry executives and their counterparts around the world believe mobile computing will raise cyber security risks for organisations, with artificial intelligence topping the list as the greatest security risk, according to a new report.
Growing business risks and regulatory minimum standards are driving massive growth in the spending on Internet of Things cyber security solutions, according to a newly released report.
Companies allowing their service providers to access or hold sensitive or confidential data are sitting on a cyber-security “time bomb” unless they take smart action to manage the risk of the providers suffering a data breach, according to an IT governance professional.
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