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Here’s what the threat landscape currently looks like, according to Fortinet
Fortinet says there are indications that some cybercriminals now prefer hijacking systems and using them for cryptomining.
Workplace culture: The first line of infosec defence
In order to truly secure your data, its culture which becomes your first, and most important line of defence.
New Zealander appointed as Global Cyber Alliance ambassador
New Zealander Tony Krzyzewski is one of eight international ambassadors appointed to the Global Cyber Alliance.
How top CIOs prevent cyber threats
With malicious actors launching increasingly bold attacks, these are the top strategies CISOs use to fend off the danger.
Growing IoT adoption putting Australians at risk of cyber attacks
“There’s already been reports of connected vending machines or air conditioning units being used as back doors into the business network."
Budget 2018: NZ's cyber threat response gets $3.9m boost
The Government’s Budget 2018 will inject an extra $3.9 million for New Zealand’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) over the next four years.
North Korea's threat actors operating from other countries
North Korea conducts malicious cyber operations from countries including India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Nepal, Kenya, Mozambique, Indonesia, and China.
Cryptominers posing a new threat for enterprise IT infrastructures
As well as viruses, trojans, worms and ransomware attacks, IT managers now have a new threat to worry about: cryptominers.
Victorian Govt devotes $17.6 m to Cyber Security Strategy
The strategy will protect government agencies and networks from cyber hacking threats, and will also help to protect the privacy of Victorians.
34 tech heavyweights stand strong: Protecting the globe from cyber threats
Not only with the companies protect customers, they've also vowed not to help governments who want to go on the cyber offensive.
You’re invited: Sydney’s 2nd Annual Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum
The security of Australia’s borders, economy and the safety of our people have never been more important.
Malicious 'bad bots' account for more web traffic than ever before
4% of bad bot traffic is made up of moderate or sophisticated bots, which evade detection by distributing their attacks over multiple IP addresses.
Kiwi SMBs strengthen their cyber defences as threats rise
Results from the survey found that 89% of SMBs have signed up for security solutions to protect against threats.
E-commerce requires beefed up cybersecurity to function well
In an increasingly interconnected world, online shopping and electronic transactions have now transcended its innovation status.
Three key elements to protect Kiwi enterprises from cyber threats
Executive teams must invest in continually improving security management processes to prevent successful attacks.
Cybersecurity Advisors Network appoints Sydney-based APAC representative
Peter Coroneos will now lead the Cybersecurity Advisors Network (CyAN) efforts across Asia Pacific. He is based in Sydney.
CrowdStrike compiles 'casebook' of cybersecurity's important lessons
The casebook found that attack trends towards fileless malware, such as those that execute code from memory, made up 66% of all attacks.
Interview: Hivint's cofounder on Security Colony & the power of the hive approach
Hivint and Security Colony’s Nick Ellsmore on the future of solution sharing in cybersecurity.
Half of IT executives want to detect in-progress attacks before it's too late
Almost half of IT executives want to detect an attack in progress while there’s still time to act.
How to drop complexity and move to a more efficient security strategy
"The idea that a security team, on its own, can prevent any attack is getting harder to put into action."
Enterprise concerns driving Australian information security spend to $2.8b
Australian information security spend is expected to climb to $2.8b this year, with enterprise security services a key market.
Comodo opens up threat library to public – almost 100m incidents in Q217 alone
Comodo has opened its ‘library’ to university, governmental, and non-profit educators and researchers in an industry-first.
Palo Alto Networks & INTERPOL finalise major threat-sharing intelligence agreement
Palo Alto Networks will soon be the first cybersecurity company in the world to sign a Data Exchange Agreement with INTERPOL.
Isolation no excuse: NZ must change its risk management approach to survive the future
“What works best are collaborative approaches across supply chains, businesses and public-private partnership. NZ seems to have a long way to go."