Cybersecurity news stories - Page 3
Dell’s software upgrades to boost security and capacity
Dell Technologies has made more than 500 software advancements across Dell Powerstore, PowerMax and PowerFlex.
Shopping for cyber insurance? Six questions to ask before calling the insurer
The cyber threat landscape has always been worrisome, but today these concerns are heightened given an anticipated uptick in cyber-attacks from bad actors.
Vector Capital to be majority shareholder of WatchGuard
WatchGuard Technologies has announced it has entered into a definitive agreement with Vector Capital to make a large new equity investment in the business.
Half of Aussie businesses have seen increase in data threats
Australian companies are starting to understand they need to be constantly training and educating staff on how to keep their privacy.
Privacy Bureaux, Comodo Cybersecurity form strategic partnership in AU
The addition of Comodo’s privacy and cyber security solutions delivers game changing protection for Privacy Bureaux's mid-market and SME clients.
Australian and NZ security leaders want better innovation
Vectra research finds most Australian and NZ security leaders are aware their solutions are ineffective, with 58% buying a product that's failed at least once.
Mastercard and Openly partners to boost privacy and security
Mastercard and Australian company Openly have teamed up to provide organisations a complete view of their supply chain privacy and cyber risk posture.
A deeper dive into the false positive quandary
False positives are often used as a key metric by decision-makers trying to identify the effectiveness of a cybersecurity solution.
NCSC ANZAC address highlights the importance of strong relationships for cyber threat prevention
To mark ANZAC day last week, NCSC Director Lisa Fong has shared insight on the cyber challenges and opportunities facing NZ and the importance of working with allies to tackle increasing threats.
NCSC, international partners issue cyber security advisory
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has issued a cyber security advisory in collaboration with its international partners detailing common vulnerabilities and exposures.
The increasing importance of cyber threat intelligence
Globally, the cyber threat level to organisations remains high, and the current situation only serves to highlight this further.
It's the culture: The impact of cyber indifference on cybersecurity
Human behaviour and decision-making are the primary determinants of cybersecurity outcomes, but the argument for human-centric cybersecurity has only recently gained traction.
Cybersecurity skills shortage causing headaches for industry
The shortage has multiple challenges and repercussions for organisations, including the occurrence of security breaches and subsequently loss of money.
Digital trust vital in fight against against cybersecurity threats
“Identity, integrity and encryption are essential building blocks for organisations looking to instill confidence."
New Norton report finds deception scams on the rise
Cybercriminals are capitalising on global events using deepfakes and crypto scams to mislead consumers, a new report has revealed.
Individual consumers number one target of cybercriminals
Individual consumers are the number one target of cybercriminals, closely followed by the healthcare vertical, according to a new report.
CISOs believe open source offers faster path to security
“Perceptions of open source software are evolving. What was once seen as potential risk is now seen as an enabler for both security and business."
Rapid7 releases 2022 MITRE Engenuity ATT&CK results
Rapid7 has announced the results of its completed 2022 MITRE Engenuity ATT&CK Evaluation of the company’s InsightIDR and Insight Agent.
Trend Micro launches security platform with host of partners
Trend Micro has announced the launch of Trend Micro One, a unified cybersecurity platform with a growing list of ecosystem technology partners.
The dark web in Aotearoa: Is it as bad as we think?
Encountering the term 'dark web' might bring thoughts of criminal activity and harmful behaviour to mind, but what exactly is it, and is it all bad?
Businesses throwing money at nothing over cybersecurity stack
Infrastructure and licensing costs are deeply concerning for businesses looking to consolidate cybersecurity tools and make a move into the cloud.
Zero trust crucial as high-profile ransomware attacks rise
High-profile ransomware attacks and reliance on digital infrastructure sees an increasing need for businesses to embrace zero trust cybersecurity.
Absolute Software unveils ransomware response offering
The product is designed to enable organisations to increase strategic preparedness and accelerate endpoint recovery.
Attackers innovate, adapt to achieve mission - report
While progress has been made in threat detection and response, adversaries continue to innovate and adapt to achieve their mission in targeted environments.