Trustwave, a leading cybersecurity and managed security services provider, has released comprehensive research shedding light on the distinctive cybersecurity risks encountered by the hospitality sector.
Privacy awareness and concern is increasing amongst Australian SMBs in the wake of Optus and Medibank attacks, but action is too low. One in four local small businesses would fail to survive the financial or reputational damage of a privacy breach. One in four do not understand what is expected of their business as part of recent Privacy Act changes.
CrowdStrike 2023 Threat Hunting Report shows adversary breakout time falls to record low, technology companies most targeted in APJ region
Adversaries took just 79 minutes, on average, to ‘breakout’ of their initial beach head into a victim’s system, with fastest recorded time being just seven minutes.
Rapid7, Inc., a leader in cloud risk and threat detection, has released a new research report that assesses the security implications from improper de-acquisition of infusion pumps to illustrate the importance of securing networks, applications, and devices.
Fastly Deploys Industry-Leading Threat Intelligence Capabilities to Publish Network Effect Threat Report Fastly Deploys Industry-Leading Threat Intelligence Capabilities to Publish Network Effect Threat Report
Fastly, Inc. (NYSE: FSLY), a leader in global edge cloud platforms, has announced the publication of its first threat intelligence report, the “Network Effect Threat Report”.
Examines the cost of high-profile data breaches impacting stock price, earnings
Cado Security, provider of the first cloud forensics and incident response platform, today announced the release of Cado Security Labs 2023 Cloud Threat Findings Report. The report reveals noteworthy discoveries about the evolving cloud threat landscape, shedding light on the heightened risk of cyberattacks due to the rapid adoption of cloud-focused services.
In the first half of 2023, malware activity in OT and IoT environments worldwide jumped 10x and alerts on unwanted applications doubled as nation-states, criminal groups and hacktivists continue to target healthcare, energy and manufacturing.