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It may have sent European businesses scrambling and the security community abuzz, but the WannaCry ransomware attack’s fizzling in the United States and Australia means its legacy will be mostly as a cautionary tale – and, one security expert warns, a potential distraction from more important security issues.
As the introduction of Australia’s mandatory Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) legislation looms ever larger, many companies are limiting their ability to comply with the new rules by erroneously reassigning data-security budget to conventional governance, risk and compliance (GRC) activities.
With about five billion IoT devices connected today, with growth expected to reach 25 to 38 billion over the next five years it's clear something needs to be done to arrest the threat of billions of devices being recruited for nefarious purposes.
When we look at how cybercrime is being addressed globally, Bill Taylor, LogRhythm’s vice president for Asia Pacific and Japan says it’s a matter of following the money.
One of the key themes coming from this year’s Risk Management and Security Summit, held by Gartner, is that the battle against cybercrime and data theft is as much about resilience and detecting breaches as preventing them. Having the right tools in place to detect a breach or some sort of unauthorised activity is critical.
It is critical to take proactive measures to protect yourself and your organisation’s security. Being vigilant and educating staff on the potential dangers of phising emails is a critical step in protection. This infographic illustrates the 10 things you need to know spot and handle phising email.
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