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Consumers will reward companies with good data protection - and they'll punish those without it
Consumers are wary about organisations’ ability to safeguard their personal data, with 37% believing most businesses just don’t know how to do it.
When AI goes rogue - a look into its possible futures
Today’s computers are inherently insecure so they’re a poor choice for high-stakes machine learning systems and AI, according to the EFF.
Sweden-based security solutions firm inks Oceania distie deal with SensaTek
Clavister has chosen SensaTek to be its Australian distributor, which will sell Clavister products to channel partners across Oceania.
Mobile app fraud transactions have skyrocketed 680% since 2015
As our lives become increasingly ensconced within apps on our mobiles, it seems so too does cybercrime with fraud "not going away anytime soon."
SonicWall celebrates 'record-setting' growth over past 18 months
SonicWall continues to gain strong interest from investors off the back of solid financial performance for six straight quarters.
Singapore IMDA launches GoSecure cybersecurity programme for Singapore ICT firms
According to IMDA, the programme will benefit 200 Singapore-based ICT companies over the two-year period.
Virsec, GHD partnership vows to defend world's critical infrastructure against cyber attacks
As part of their global partnership, Virsec and GHD will embark on a roadshow of Australia and New Zealand in July.
New global partner programme from security and compliance provider
Cavirin Systems has set its sights on expansion with its new global channel partner programme.
Data from app that enables parents to monitor teen’s phone activity leaked
How ironic! Tens of thousands of user accounts of an app used by parents to monitor their children’s phone activity has been leaked.
Exclusive: 'Bad guys aren't so bad' as cryptomining is a sign of conscience
Cryptomining is now a more popular method of cybercrime than ransomware but expert Tim Brown says this isn't a bad thing as it causes less harm.
THAT’S A WRAP: the highlights from the 2018 CeBIT Australia exhibition
Here's what went down at APACs largest B2B technology exhibition and conference.
Exclusive: Five steps to a data-centric security strategy
Digital Guardian EMEA VP and GM discusses the modern network and how IT teams can deal with data no longer being confined to four walls.
VeeamON: Responsibility, security and alliances
Members of the Veeam leadership team give their perspective on how they will maintain their integrity as they move forward on their journey.
BT and Europol join forces to stem ‘global cybercrime epidemic’
It’s clear cybercrime is increasingly becoming a global issue with organisations around the world realising power lies in collaboration.
Cybercrime now affecting more people than any other crime
The UK's National Crime Agency has reported organised criminals have exploited technology to make it the number one security threat
Hundreds congregate for SolarWinds MSP event in Amsterdam
Empower MSP is a bi-annual event from SolarWinds MSP with one held in North America and one in Europe - we're on-site for the latter.
Survey: Majority of cybersecurity professionals unhappy with pay
Exabeam has released some alarming findings that reveal despite general job satisfaction, most security professionals want more money.
New cybersecurity partnership to strengthen Japan's automotive market
Upstream Security and Asgent have plans to bring state-of-the-art cybersecurity to Japan’s automotive manufacturers and vehicle fleets.
The Pacific Cyber Security Operational Network is now in action
"PaCSON is a vehicle we can use for closer sharing of cybersecurity threat information, tools, techniques and ideas between nations."
CERT NZ honoured to chair new Pacific Cyber Security Operational Network
CERT NZ says it is a ‘huge honour’ to be voted in as the Pacific Cyber Security Operational Network’s inaugural chair.
Centrify and Vectra Corp bring identity platform to A/NZ
Centrify senior director APAC sales says that Vectra had the experience and expertise to open new doors for the Centrify security platform in A/NZ.
Waikato Uni researcher travels to NATO's cybersecurity hub
"Militaries can be very closed bubbles, so that’s why I think having a centre for research excellence is a good thing."
WhiteHawk cybersecurity exchange snaps up contract with US top 10 financial firm
AU/US cybersecurity exchange WhiteHawk has scored a $325k contract with a US top 10 financial institution.
Germany infiltrated by Russian group that crippled Ukraine’s power
The power grid in modern countries may not be as secure as you think, as reports have emerged revealing hackers have breached Germany's supply.