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QR Code Phishing Attacks (Quishing): What To Know and How To Stay Secure

Another new kind of phishing attack is on the rise and it’s coming from an unexpected source: QR codes. Like with other kinds of phishing, this kind of attack leverages trust—trust in the QR code itself as well as the brand attached to it. So what does a QR-based phishing attack look like and how can you protect yourself one? Josh Cigna from Yubico explains…

How Generative AI Can Lend A Helping Hand To IT Security Teams

As security teams continue their constant battle against evolving threats and attackers, growing numbers are exploring the assistance that can be provided by new generative AI tools.

Why Taking A Customer-Centric Approach To Cybersecurity Incident Response Is Critical To Maintain Customer Trust

Introduction Cybersecurity is no longer just an IT issue; it directly impacts customer trust and loyalty. Customers expect their data to be secure and any breach can lead to a significant loss of customer confidence that impacts a company’s reputation and...

Why Agile Learning is Vital for Secure Software Development

Agile learning has emerged as a critical training methodology for high-impact upskilling of software development teams

Australia Sanctions Russian Hacker

Australia Sanctions Russian Hacker

Australia has boldly stepped into the cyber battlefield, wielding its autonomous cyber sanctions framework as a weapon ...
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Modern Threats Need Modern Defences – Why We Need To Modernise Cybersecurity

Modern Threats Need Modern Defences – Why We Need To Modernise Cybersecurity

With the benefit of hindsight, we can now look back and understand some of the cyber security missteps of 2023 to understand what we’re missing and how we can learn from our mistakes. We see artificial intelligence adding real tangible value in our efforts to increase defences around risk scoring and create efficiencies in threat hunting – meaning cyber security teams can do more with less. To top it all off, we are seeing that security can make the user experience more seamless for an organisation with reduced cost and complexity – something near impossible in the past without added risk. The time is now to implement a modern, robust security architecture – because it is now within reach for any organisation of any size. Read More

Upholding the Principles of “Responsible Tech” in a Rapidly-Changing World

Upholding the Principles of “Responsible Tech” in a Rapidly-Changing World

It’s no surprise that with the rapidly evolving landscape of tech, scepticism and concerns - from customers and shareholders is growing. As business leaders, it’s our responsibility to ensure that responsible tech principles are built into the very fibre of what we do. Ensuring that people and the planet are taken care of along the value chain. At BT Group we believe tech can transform lives and the world, when we use it responsibly. Read More

Is Using Generative AI at Work Cheating? A Quarter of Aussie Office Workers Say “Yes”

Is Using Generative AI at Work Cheating? A Quarter of Aussie Office Workers Say “Yes”

A lack of guidance on generative AI tools in the Australian workplace is creating rifts and increasing risks. Read More

Dragos OT Cybersecurity “Year in Review” Reports Rise in Geopolitically Driven Attacks, Ransomware, and Threat Groups

Dragos OT Cybersecurity “Year in Review” Reports Rise in Geopolitically Driven Attacks, Ransomware, and Threat Groups

The 2023 Dragos OT Cybersecurity Year in Review is an annual overview and analysis of OT-focused global threat activities, vulnerabilities, and industry insights and trends. Read More

Modern Threats Need Modern Defences – Why We Need To Modernise Cybersecurity

Modern Threats Need Modern Defences – Why We Need To Modernise Cybersecurity

With the benefit of hindsight, we can now look back and understand some of the cyber security missteps of 2023 to understand what we’re missing and how we can learn from our mistakes. We see artificial intelligence adding real tangible value in our efforts to increase defences around risk scoring and create efficiencies in threat hunting – meaning cyber security teams can do more with less. To top it all off, we are seeing that security can make the user experience more seamless for an organisation with reduced cost and complexity – something near impossible in the past without added risk. The time is now to implement a ... Read More

How Organisations Can Combat the Surge in Phishing Attacks

How Organisations Can Combat the Surge in Phishing Attacks

As we rapidly progress into the digital era, Australia aims to become a world leader in cyber security by 2030. However, the threat of cybercrime continues to grow at an alarming rate. Australia has continued to see high-profile breaches leaving Australians’ sensitive data vulnerable and exploited, with some impacted falling victim to several breaches and attacks. Among the most prevalent forms of cybercrime, phishing has seen a staggering 472% surge in attacks in the past year alone. The ThreatLabz 2023 Phishing Report reiterates that organisations need to be more vigilant than ever when it comes to protecting themselves ... Read More

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