IT Audit News, Features, and Interviews

News

Customers recommend, spend more with companies that protect their data – so why are so few businesses GDPR ready?

Increasingly data-hungry businesses risk commercial consequences as sceptical consumers threaten retaliatory action against companies that can’t protect sensitive personally identifiable information (PII), new research has found even as surveys suggest just 29 percent of companies will comply with globally-significant GDPR privacy legislation when it comes into effect next week.

David Braue | 17 May | Read more

More IT Audit news

Slideshows

More IT Audit slideshows

Opinions

The War on Encryption

Encryption has been around for a very long time and was used extensively in both world wars to transmit secret messages. The decoding by British Naval intelligence of the encrypted Zimmermann telegram in 1917 helped bring the United States into the war.

Jason Hilling | 02 Jun | Read more

Memcached DDoS: The new kid on the block

In the past month alone, the cyber security industry bore witness to a relatively new face of distributed denial of service (DDoS) amplification attacks in the form of Memcached DDoS that reached a peak of 1.35 Tbps – the largest attack ever mustered.

Robin Schmitt | 02 Jun | Read more

The evolution of IoT in a threat laden landscape

Australia is in the midst of an IoT revolution. Recent research from the IoT Alliance Australia indicates that IoT technologies will create a potential $120 billion boost to the Australian economy by 2025. What started as a vanity accessory for early adopters and fitness fanatics has turned into the next national tech boom.

David Holmes | 10 May | Read more

More IT Audit opinons

Editor's Recommendations

Solution Centres

Events

View all events Submit your own security event

Latest Videos

More videos

Blog Posts

Media Release

More media release