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Returning to the office is something many more people have done since lockdowns ended, but which devices are unpatched and unprotected from not being used for months? Cyber security has never been more important, with Aaron Bugal, Global Solutions Engineer at Sophos, telling us all we need to know.

Published in Guest Interviews

Returning to the office is something many more people have done since lockdowns ended, but which devices are unpatched and unprotected from not being used for months? Cyber security has never been more important, with Aaron Bugal, Global Solutions Engineer at Sophos, telling us all we need to know.

Published in Security

GUEST INTERVIEW: Sophos has released its 2022 Threat Report, and Sophos ANZ MD joined iTWireTV not only to tell us its findings, but to recap 2021, talk ransomware, ethical zero-day research and more!

Published in Security

GUEST INTERVIEW: Sophos has released its 2022 Threat Report, and Sophos A/NZ MD joined iTWireTV not only to tell us its findings, but to recap 2021, talk ransomware, ethical zero-day research and more!

Published in Guest Interviews

A series of participating Telstra stores in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne are letting customers take advantage of Telstra's new two hour delivery service to coincide "with the latest handset launches," but Canberrans, who are also in lockdown, miss out.

Published in Home Tech

BlackBerry’s Research and Intelligence has released its "Old Dogs New Tricks" research paper which examines how threat actors are sneakily leveraging new and uncommon programming languages to evade detection and hinder threat analysis.

Published in Security
Monday, 22 February 2021 23:30

Reflecting on the year of the remote worker

2020 was both challenging and disruptive for everyone. In Australia, just when we’d become optimistic about the economic and societal recovery after the devastating summer bushfires, the COVID-19 pandemic struck. For most organisations and their employees, two words summarise the year that unfolded as a result—remote working.

Published in Guest Opinion

Australian technology company GreyScan is partnering with the University of Tasmania to develop a mobile trace detection tool to "rapidly and accurately detect" coronavirus and other surface viruses in the environment.

Published in Science

WEBINAR INVITE from TDL: As we emerge from lockdown, the workplace will look very different and long-term remote working is likely to feature heavily. While some workers will be counting the days until they can head back to the office, others will be wishing they could stay in their home offices permanently.

WEBINAR INVITE from TDL: As we emerge from lockdown, the workplace will look very different and long-term remote working is likely to feature heavily. While some workers will be counting the days until they can head back to the office, others will be wishing they could stay in their home offices permanently.

Published in Security

GUEST OPINION by Alan Eldridge, VP Sales Engineering, Snowflake: As authorities around the world grapple with the COVID-19 viral pandemic, the value of timely and accurate data is becoming clearer by the day.

GUEST OPINION by Alan Eldridge, VP Sales Engineering, Snowflake: As authorities around the world grapple with the COVID-19 viral pandemic, the value of timely and accurate data is becoming clearer by the day.

Published in Data

IP surveillance vendor Genetec is staging its first online tradeshow, Connect’DX, due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, opening pre-registration for the event taking place from April 20 to 22.

Published in Security

Australia’s National Retail Association (NRA) has released a blueprint designed to tackle what it says are the “unprecedented challenges” confronting the retail sector and set Australian retail on course for recovery, and calling on federal and state governments to give immediate assistance to retailers feeling the effects on their businesses of the coronavirus outbreak.

Published in Health

The UK-based cyber security company, NCC Group, has been able to replace the destructive parts of NotPetya with telemetry and safeguards. It was then released into a live environment.

Published in Security
Sunday, 09 July 2017 23:23

No major malware for iOS in 10 years

In 10 years, iOS malware has been mostly minor, with any outbreaks mostly related to jailbroken devices, short-lived App Store or other breaches, with Apple for the most part quick to issue fixes to keep users safe.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Hummer, Hummingbad, Shedun, Androis_Libskin, right_core … all do similar things. In fact, it has been discovered that they all have the same roots. And they are multiplying faster than rabbits in a good mood.

Published in Security

Although many would already be well aware that today’s spam can be far more dangerous that just a dodgy Viagra pill and could infect your computer, ESET has issued a new warning.

Published in Home Tech
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