Cyber

The only way to get Boards to take cyber security seriously, it seems, is by bringing it back to the bottom line. Which-50 recently hosted a panel event interrogating this very theme, and according to panellist Jim McKerlie, CEO of enterprise performance management SaaS platform Kendo, it’s a matter of

Australia is the country that trusts social media the least, according to the 2019 Edelman Trust Barometer. The annual report found Australia, alongside France, is the least trusting country globally in social media — 26 per cent compared to the global average of 43 per cent. Now in its 19th

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In Germany this week, the legal limbo that defines cyberspace around the world was on full display. The country’s Federal Office for IT Safety (BSI for its German initials) had been tracking a cyber attack targeting some of the country’s parliamentarians since early December. It ultimately led to the public

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Destructive ransomware, alternative crypto-currencies and increased use of deception tactics are among threats driving an even more lucrative criminal marketplace, according to a new report from Accenture Security. The 2017 Cyber Threatscape Report examines key trends during the first half of 2017 and explores how cyber incidents may evolve over

Is Australia about to have its first Cyber Monday? The Australian retail industry has been reinventing itself to incorporate digital channels. Up until now, as a nation we’ve preferred traditional brick and mortar stores to do our shopping. But online retail is steadily gaining pace in the Australian market. So

The world may be only one disruptive technology away from attackers gaining a runaway advantage, according to a report by the World Economic Forum. That would usher in a world where the Internet would cease to be a trusted medium for communication or commerce, say the authors. The World Economic