As business attitudes towards cyber security mature, the software itself is getting smarter. Which-50 spoke to Itay Glick, the CEO of cyber security company Votiro and a former member of Israel Cyber Intelligence Unit, about the increasing importance of cybersecurity, why Australian organisations “need to do better” and how they

The Australian Notifiable Data Breaches scheme comes into effect this week — a new set of rules that will force businesses to be more honest with consumers. But, with the scheme about to commence, critics argue the laws have serious shortcomings for both consumers and businesses, and Australia may have

Google might be in trouble for collecting the personal data of its users, but many companies have a growing incentive to rid their hands of the data that users entrust them with. This is because of growing costs of holding onto it. A major cause is the rising number of

Distribution utilities are adept at recovering from adverse weather or asset failure but remain vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks, according to an Accenture report. Almost two-thirds (63 per cent) of utility executives believe their country faces at least a moderate risk of electricity supply interruption from a cyberattack on electric distribution

Cybercrime could be costing Australian businesses as much as $1 billion in direct costs, and impact as much as one per cent of GDP a year — or about $17 billion — according to the Australian Crime Commission. The problem is exacerbated by significant misalignment between corporate and IT leadership

Up to $US21 trillion worth of economic value creation could be put at risk unless robust cybersecurity regimes are developed and adopted, according to a new paper by McKinsey & Company. Authored by Tucker Bailey, Andrea Del Miglio, and Wolf Richter, the paper — called “The rising strategic risks of