GUEST RESEARCH: According to a new report from Sysdig, the unified container and cloud security leader, it costs $430,000 ($661,000) in cloud bills for an attacker to generate US$8,100 ($12,465) in cryptocurrency revenue.
GUEST RESEARCH: Bitdefender has released its September 2022 Threat Debrief analysing the most popular malware and cyber attack techniques.
GUEST RESEARCH: Venafi, the inventor and leading provider of machine identity management, today announced the findings of new research that evaluates the complexity of cloud environments and its impact on cybersecurity. The study found that 75% of organisations have experienced a cloud-related security incident over the last 12 months, with more than one in three (37%) suffering at least four incidents. The underlying issue for these security incidents is the dramatic increase in security and operational complexity connected with cloud deployments. And, since the organisations in this study currently host two fifths (39%) of their applications in the cloud but expect increase to 57% over the next 18 months, this complexity will continue to increase.
GUEST RESEARCH: In light of recent phishing-based cyberattacks and in recognition of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Yubico, the leading provider of hardware authentication security keys, today shared the results of its inaugural State of Global Enterprise Authentication Survey 2022 at a security thought-leadership industry summit hosted by the company in its San Francisco office.
GUEST RESEARCH: WatchGuard Technologies, a global leader in unified cybersecurity, today announced findings from its most recent Internet Security Report, which details the top malware trends and network security threats analysed by WatchGuard Threat Lab researchers in Q2 2022. Key findings from the data include a reduction in overall malware detections from the peaks seen in the first half of 2021, an increase in threats for Chrome and Microsoft Office, the ongoing Emotet botnet resurgence, and much more.
GBG’s latest report, “The Evolution of First Party Fraud in Australia”, highlights the complexities of first party fraud amid the rising cost of living and inflation, and economic impacts of the pandemic on consumers.
GUEST RESEARCH: An International study finds that workers are increasingly worried about returning to the office full time due to the additional financial, mental and emotional costs.
86% of business leaders believe it’s the responsibility of the CFO to select the best business resources & technology, including those to effectively execute on ESG strategies
GUEST RESEARCH: Once perceived as the guardians of company funds and in charge of financial reporting and forecasting, 43% of Australian business leaders feel that today’s CFOs are placing greater emphasis on solving business problems, reveals data from Anaplan, the leading cloud-based planning platform.
GUEST RESEARCH: As enterprises worldwide compete in the race for digital transformation, the State of Digital Trust 2022 survey report from ISACA shows significant gaps between what enterprises are doing now and what they should do to establish leadership and earn customer trust in the future digital ecosystem.
GUEST RESEARCH: Software intelligence company Dynatrace has announced the results of an independent global survey of 1,303 (including 100 from Australia) CIOs and senior cloud and IT operations managers in large organisations. The findings showed that as the move toward cloud-native architectures accelerates, the data generated by such environments outstrips current solutions' ability to produce meaningful analytics. CIOs noted that their teams rely on multiple, disparate monitoring and data analytics solutions to maintain observability and security, making it challenging to extract answers quickly and drive digital transformation forward.
GUEST RESEARCH: Today, the Secureworks Counter Threat Unit published new research that demonstrates a proof-of-concept exploit of flaws found in Microsoft’s Azure Active Directory Pass-Through Authentication method.
GUEST RESEARCH: Nearly half of the respondents say their company relies on outdated backup and recovery infrastructure. In some cases dating back to the 1990’s, before today’s sophisticated cyberattacks.
GUEST RESEARCH by UiPath (NYSE:PATH) a leading enterprise automation software company, announced today the results of the Automation Survey 2022 commissioned by UiPath, revealing that 60% of the organisations in Australia will scale up their robotic process automation (RPA) initiatives or achieve an enterprise-wide RPA by 2025. The survey also shows that 84% of the Australian organisations today do not have an enterprise-wide RPA program in place despite recognising the importance and benefits.
GUEST RESEARCH: Bitdefender has released comprehensive research that identified multiple vulnerabilities in several lines of EZVIZ cameras, a globally a global smart home security brand used in Australia and New Zealand. It is estimated about 10 million devices are impacted based on known Android/iOS installs.
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