Stories by Jennifer Cheng
Female representation in cybersecurity leadership roles matters
Must STEM really be the barrier that prevents women from pursuing a career in cybersecurity? Certainly not if you are looking to be a CISO.
Most Australian board members feel ill-equipped for cyberattacks
Despite prioritising cybersecurity more—and despite making investments in it—most board members feel unprepared for cyber attacks, new research shows.
Unmasking cyber criminals: The power of privileged identities
Threat actors now realise it’s more effective, faster, and cheaper to steal credentials and log in than trying to hack through technical controls.
High-Profile Attacks Improve Cyber Hygiene—But Not Enough
87% of Australian workers have improved their cyber hygiene, but threats remain, with fake logistics companies the most common source of scams.
The APJ Threat Landscape -Why Employees Might Be Your Best Defence
As the region's largest and most digitally mature market, Australia seeing common threats in greater numbers is by no means surprising.
Combating identity deception with a people-centric approach
Identity deception and theft have evolved with the rise of digital engagement, creating a need for stronger security measures.