cyber crime

  Malicious actors pose not only a threat to the security of company information, but to the physical safety of employees. A recent report by Gartner predicts that cyber criminals will have weaponised operational technology (OT) environments by 2025, demonstrating risk to human life. In today’s minicast we hear from

Digital transformation is broadening supply chains and increasing cybersecurity risks. Anne Petterd, Partner at Baker McKenzie and panellist at CyberArk’s recent executive panel event discusses the importance of embedding cybersecurity protections across the entire supply chain in order to deliver a successful digital transformation agenda. Petterd suggests that many businesses

  One of the key impacts of a cyber breach is damage to the brand’s reputation and a loss of trust between the consumer and the business. In CyberArk’s recent executive panel event, Samuel Stuart, Director of Digital Identity at Mastercard discusses the importance of clear messaging and communication with

  Bringing cybersecurity out of the technical domain and into the business domain relies on reducing the complexity and technicality of language in communicating cybercrime risks. Thomas Fikentscher, Regional Director ANZ of CyberArk speaks at the company’s recent senior executive panel about the importance of preparing business leaders across all

Data Governance Australia

Cybersecurity company FireEye’s M-Trends 2021 report reveals that Asia Pacific is falling behind when it comes to responding to network intrusions by remote attackers. The report investigates the cybersecurity challenges that organisations faced this year as a result of the wide-scale move to remote working and the increased adoption of

Batman watches over Gotham

Cyber Security has a new enforcer, stalking the dark corners of the web and taking matters into their own hands. Last week, cyber security firm Sophos identified a rather fascinating cyberattack campaign that targets users of pirated software with malware, designed to block access to web sites hosting pirated software.

A research report by cyber security and compliance company Proofpoint reveals that CISOs globally are concerned about their organisation’s preparedness for cyber crime.  Proofpoint’s third-party survey was made up of responses from more than 1400 CISOs across 14 countries in Australia, North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Key


Criminal data breaches will cost businesses a total of $8 trillion over the next 5 years, due to higher levels of Internet connectivity and inadequate enterprise-wide security. The figures are contained in a new report from Juniper Research. The study called The Future of Cybercrime & Security: Enterprise Threats &