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Six questions to ask yourself when looking for hassle-free data recovery
So how can organisations ensure robust recovery, and ultimately the security of their data? Here is a six-step checklist.
Why security suites are ousting traditional antivirus programs
In recent years, user privacy and security have become paramount, while criminals attempt to coerce, steal and manipulate users for their data.
MAS cybersecurity chief positions trust as critical to success of e-payments
The Monetary Authority of Singapore’s chief cybersecurity officer says the nation must put significant effort into making e-payments trustworthy.
Protecting data, as well as utilising it, is fundamental to business success
There is a real opportunity for businesses to gain significant competitive advantages through high-performance computing.
Securing cloud platforms in the financial services sector
Organisations in the financial services sector are faced with a unique set of challenges when it comes to IT security.
The top four security strategies and why they’re so effective
Four strategies that can mitigate 85% of attacks and Ransomware.
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.
Hills inks A/NZ distie agreement with Dahua to bolster security offering
Hills says the new agreement will allow them to compete across all security markets, from low cost to enterprise level solutions.
Stealthbits and emt Distribution partner to deliver end-to-end cybersecurity
emt Distribution announced an exclusive distribution agreement with New Jersey-based Stealthbits Technologies.
Interview: CyberArk tells why DevOps must adopt 'secure innovation by the numbers'
Elizabeth Lawler is CyberArk’s vice president of DevOps Security. She says the DevOps train is unstoppable, but security needs to be more prominent.
New Zealand's first Privacy Trust Marks awarded to Trade Me and RealMe
RealMe and Trade Me’s Transparency Reporting websites are the first two recipients of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner’s new Privacy Trust Mark.
Eaton's Tofino industrial Ethernet solution gets an update
Power management company Eaton has updated its Tofino industrial Ethernet security solution.
THAT'S A WRAP: Highlights from Sydney’s 2nd Annual Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum
The event took a comprehensive look at the state of play for terrorist organisations and individuals - both local and abroad.
Google reveals how you’re using AI in your daily life
Google recently revealed 13 ways people are using AI with Google products.
Twitter password glitch showcases 'extreme jumpiness' in digital sector
More than 330 million Twitter users are being urged to change their passwords after an internal system glitch caused the passwords to be exposed.
Prevention better than cure, strategies to mitigate cybersecurity incidents
With Bitcoin as payment, the ease of encryption technology and the open access to malware, everything has become simpler for malicious actors.
Why cybercriminals are corrupting popular social media platforms
Fraudsters are targeting legitimate social media platforms to create a new type of fraud market – one that has a global reach.
NHS signs £150m cybersecurity deal with Microsoft – but is it enough?
Following the fiasco caused by the WannaCry ransomware attack nearly a year ago, NHS has bolstered its defences with a big investment.
Parental Police: Why being ‘bad cop’ isn’t shielding kids from online threats
Limiting time spent online doesn’t necessarily make children safe from danger.
Five reasons to kill off passwords as we know them
Centrify, a provider of Zero Trust Security are calling for the end of password protection.
Survey points to forgetfulness as main reason why people reuse their passwords
91% of the 2000 respondents know that using the same password for multiple accounts is a security risk, but 59% continue to do it anyway.
Electronic lock vulnerabilities can lead attackers directly to your hotel room
Next time you stay at a hotel as part of a business or personal trip, you may want to ask if the hotel’s locking systems are up-to-date.
Arm your battle stations: Ransomware is growing like the plague
‘Your files have been encrypted. You have 24 hours to pay or your data will be destroyed’.
Gmail’s biggest overhaul is now live
Google recently announced major improvements to Gmail on the web to help people be more productive at work.