Artificial intelligence is becoming one of the most popular topics among brands and marketers. This is because it is proven to make everyone’s life easier. Brands have chunks of data they need to process and make the best out of them, and AI proved to be very helpful with such tasks.
Karthik Reddy |
02 Jun |
Data breaches have come to be expected. With Australia’s new mandatory data breach notification laws now in place, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) was informed of 63 breaches occurring within the first six weeks of operation.
Mark McClain |
25 May |
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 |
Virtually every organisation in the world, whether in the public or private sector, depends on third-party software in their supply chain, making it critical to business operations and an attractive target for cyber criminals.
Michael Sentonas |
03 May |
It’s tempting to dismiss blockchains and the cryptocurrencies they support as a techno fad that will fade as quickly as it appeared. However, there are growing signs the technology is poised to shake the financial services sector to its core.
Peter O’Connor |
27 Apr |
Picture this. You’re on a boat at sea that springs a leak. Your team is bailing frantically – but this will only keep the boat afloat for a short while. How can you save your boat and your crew from drowning?
David Oakley |
25 Apr |
During a DDoS attack, time can be your biggest enemy. Lost seconds can have a huge impact on whether you are successful in mitigating an attack in time, or failure could mean costly network downtime. Anything that accelerates your Mean Time to Detect (MTTD) and Mean Time to Respond (MTTR) to an attack provides you with a clear advantage.
Tim Murphy |
24 Apr |
Significant strides have been made in the digitalisation of the Australian healthcare industry. For example, medical records are now becoming digitalised and stored online to allow doctors across the country to access patients’ files regardless of what hospital they are visiting.
Cliff Kittle |
17 Apr |
Hardly a week goes by where there isn’t coverage of a major security breach in the media. Organisations are spending more and more money on cyber security preventive measures yet the breaches seem to keep increasing. I am often asked “what are the top things that need to change to stem this flow?”.
Ashwin Pal |
16 Apr |
Every enterprise faces a number of challenges in keeping their networks secure against data breaches, ransomware, malware, and other unforeseen cyberattacks.
Giridhara Raam |
09 Apr |
Every IT security professional is well aware that the Internet of Things (IoT) is going to give rise to a host of IT security issues. What many don’t appreciate is just how big an issue IoT security has already become.
Mark Lukie, Barracuda Networks |
04 Apr |
As the number of cyber attacks directed at healthcare facilities and providers continues to grow, many are struggling to ensure the security of critical systems and data.
Mark Sinclair |
03 Apr |
Ever since the Internet was invented, hackers have infiltrated thousands of websites and databases around the world.
Mark Schwarz |
03 Apr |
With an increasing proportion of daily business reliant on the public internet, having effective Domain Name System (DNS) security in place has never been more important
Sean Kopelke |
29 Mar |
With technological advancements rapidly increasing over the past couple of years, it’s unsurprising that data breaches have slowly crept up the list of small business owners’ biggest fears.
Richard Laycock |
29 Mar |
Ransomware, data breaches, phishing attacks, and most recently, ‘cryptojacking’…barely a week goes by without yet another example of a security breach hitting news headlines.
Tom Moore |
28 Mar |
Australia’s Notifiable Data Breaches scheme came into effect recently, and failure to abide by the requirements will not only put organisations at risk of millions of dollars’ worth of fines, but could result in extensive reputational damage.
Jon Malone |
26 Mar |
Consumer demand for anytime, everywhere services has resulted in over half of all transactions now coming from mobile devices.
Vanita Pandey |
20 Mar |
Every day financial services organisations deal with hundreds of thousands of indicators that could evolve into a cyber incident. According to the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, Australian financial institutions are among cyber criminals’ top targets, and the threat is accelerating.
Sam O’Brien |
19 Mar |
With the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme now in effect, organisations turning over $3 million or more – or any organisation handling health, credit reporting or Tax File Number data – may be feeling less comfortable about their information security.
Andrew McAllister |
15 Mar |