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Cybersecurity may not be “sexy” but smart engagement can still catch executives’ eyes

Businesses wanting to improve their security practice need to reconsider the way they position cybersecurity within their business philosophy, a security analyst has told an audience of security practitioners while warning that the persistence of “terrifying” images of cybersecurity practitioners had challenged the progression of cybersecurity into becoming a mainstream business concern.

David Braue | 05 Mar | Read more

Home, home on the cyber range

Many practitioners hone their incident detection and response skills through independent certifications, or even self-learning driven by their own enthusiasm. But with the establishment of a dedicated cybersecurity ‘cyber range’ in Sydney, one security vendor is adding gamification and hands-on training to bring skills development to a new level.

David Braue | 25 Jun | Read more

When it comes to password hygiene, Australians are almost the least awful of a bad bunch

Australians are more fastidious than those in other countries about separating work and personal passwords – and more careful than many in protecting sensitive data like healthcare accounts – but use of secure passwords remains uncommon, according to new figures, and high rates of password reuse suggest that we still aren’t learning to protect sensitive information right.

David Braue | 04 May | Read more

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