Cyber attacks stories
Australian supply chain cyber breaches surge by 17% says BlueVoyant
Cybersecurity breaches targeting supply chains within Australian organisations continue to intensify, according to BlueVoyant's latest report.
Veeam unveils 'radical resilience' update for stronger enterprise data protection
Veeam launches update to bolster enterprise data safeguarding with 'radical resilience' against ransomware attacks and cyber threats.
Survey reveals security concerns over GenAI use in ANZ
A new survey has revealed 97% of firms across Australia and New Zealand use GenAI tools, however, 85% view them as potential security risks.
Aussie firms must contextualize rising cyber incident data
Compromised credentials are at the root of most cyber incidents in Australia, yet you could be forgiven for thinking ransomware is still the greatest single threat.
Orange Cyberdefense reveals worrying rise in cyber incidents
Orange Cyberdefense's annual report highlights a 30% year-on-year escalate in cyber incidents, with large enterprises being the major victims.
ArtificiaI Intelligence and Cybersecurity: The Bad and the Good
It seems that artificial intelligence can be, and is already being used, to aid every aspect of cybercrime and cyber-attack.
Cybercriminals wary of AI usage in operations – Sophos
Cybersecurity firm Sophos uncovers that despite recognising AI's potential, cybercriminals remain cautious about its integration in operations.
Gallagher Security promotes federated identity at Wellington showcase
Gallagher Security highlighted the importance of federated identity at their Wellington Security Showcase in New Zealand.
Revamp of cyber security measures needed amid rising global threats
Organisations must revamp cybersecurity as digital advancements increasingly expose businesses and public services to cyber threats.
A reality check on email security threats in healthcare
Email-based cyberattacks have been around for decades, yet they remain widespread, ever-evolving — and persistently successful.
Why enterprises and governments should prepare for Q-Day
Governments and research organizations are investing in quantum computing to address sustainability, defence, climate change and other societal challenges.
Thai Nippon Foods bolsters data protection with Synology solution
Thai Nippon Foods is ramping up its data security, choosing Synology's on-premises storage and backup solutions.
Why Whac-A-Mole is not a strategy for defending against ransomware attacks
SMBs should also consider strong personnel practices and awareness to implement a better defensive strategy than Whac-A-Mole.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from WatchGuard Technologies with Corey Nachreiner
WatchGuard's Chief Security Officer, Corey Nachreiner, discusses security trends for 2024, including targeting language models and tech gadgets.
How organisations can reduce security and compliance risks when working remotely
As hybrid and remote working models remain in place, they reveal previously unconsidered security gaps in organisations.
Australian tech start-up & RMIT join forces to enhance national cyber security
In a bid to strengthen Australia's infrastructural cyber security, tech start-up Tide Foundation and RMIT University collaborate.
Australian businesses downplay cyber threat despite rising concerns
Despite growing cybersecurity threats, Australian SMEs and enterprises downplay their susceptibility to cyber attacks, a report reveals.
Qrious retains ISO security certifications amid New Zealand's data concerns
Qrious upholds its ISO 27001 and 27701 certifications amidst increasing data privacy concerns in New Zealand's growing cloud computing industry.
'UK's crucial infrastructure under major threat from cyber attacks' report reveals
The National Cyber Security Centre's annual review reveals a sustained and significant cyber threat to the UK's crucial infrastructure.
Mandiant tackles destructive Sandworm cyber attack on Ukrainian infrastructure
Mandiant thwarts Sandworm cyber attack on critical Ukrainian infrastructure, highlighting Russian cyber-offensive capabilities.
Docker Engine API exploit launches DDoS attacks in OracleIV campaign
OracleIV campaign uses Docker Engine API exploit to deliver malicious Docker containers for executing DDoS attacks.
Rising trend in 'quishing' attacks targets QR code users
Cybersecurity firm ReliaQuest reports a rising trend in 'quishing', a cyber attack targeting QR code users, with a 51% leap in incidents in September 2023.
Glasgow Caledonian University employs CyberArk for identity security
Glasgow Caledonian University teams up with CyberArk for robust identity security amid increased cyber attack risks.
Cyber attacks 'constantly happening' - warning from intelligence expert
Threat intelligence expert Pascal Geenen says artificial intelligence is making it easier for criminals to access the tools of the trade.