Zero trust strategies top of mind to reduce risk - Gartner
“Once the strategy is defined, CISOs and risk management leaders must start with identity - it is foundational to zero trust."
Cybersecurity landscape looking turbulent in 2023
This has been another extremely busy year for CISOs, with cyber attacks pummelling organisations across the globe.
Don’t get stuck in the "panic patching" flywheel – there is a better way!
It’s an age-old cyber security mantra that all patches must be applied promptly in order to protect against newly discovered threats
KPMG report shows cybersecurity and privacy expectations increase
KPMG’s 2022 ‘Cyber Trust Insights’ report has surveyed 1,881 executives to outline five key steps to building trust through cybersecurity
Security practices for modernising the “spaghetti” of on-premises IT
Many organisations are wondering how to securely modernise their workload, often made up of a “spaghetti” of on-premises applications and management consoles.
CISOs need to consider a risk-based cybersecurity strategy
Rather than talking in terms of attack vectors and vulnerabilities, CISOs and security decision-makers must look at actual business risk.
Malicious insiders still a key threat to business security
A new ransomware report from Gigamon has revealed that one in three organisations see malicious insiders as a route for ransomware attacks.
What CISOs think about cyber security, visibility and cloud
Seeking to uncover the minds of CISOs and CIOs across Asia Pacific, my company recently asked Frost & Sullivan to take a snapshot of cloud adoption behaviour in the region.
Australian CISOs concerned over multi-layered security
The speed and complexity created by using multicloud environments and open source software libraries are making vulnerability management more difficult.
Prophecy International migrates VMware environment with Oracle Cloud Solution
The Adelaide-based global provider is using the solution to eliminate the need to re-write applications, therefore allowing the company to enhance its business operations.
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."
iSANZ security awards finalists announced and virtual event confirmed
The finalists for the iSANZ security awards have been revealed, and a virtual ceremony has been scheduled for 17 March.
New CISO for Zscaler to lead Asia Pacific and ANZ
Mok will support organisations in the APAC region with their digital transformation journey as they adopt the cloud, AI, data analytics, and remote working.
Show, don't tell: CISOs encouraged to be security 'influencers' rather than 'enforcers'
Show, don’t tell: That’s the approach CISOs need to take if they want to better manage cybersecurity in their organisation, according to a new report from KPMG.
CyberRes launches Galaxy, brings cyber threat intelligence to security execs
CyberRes Galaxy enables cyber professionals to gain visibility into pressing threats to their business and helps organisations secure their value chains so they can focus on driving business growth, the company states.
Experts place the human factor at the centre of cybersecurity strategies
An expert panel examines the human faces of the cybersecurity, the evolving role and responsibility of CISOs, and how shaping a cyber-aware security culture within organisations is integral to minimising the growing threat of cybercrime.
Selling confidence in the boardroom – a guide for CISOs
Today’s board members need to be kept in the loop with regular briefings. They need to know if they have an adequate security budget and are spending it in ways that best mitigate risk.
New study shows IT decision-makers think organisations compromise cybersecurity in favour of other goals
A new study by security firm Trend Micro has revealed that 90% of IT decision-makers believe organisations compromise on cybersecurity in favour of other goals within their business.
Does New Zealand have a chief information security officer?
What’s the equivalent role in the government? Who holds it? And how does the position help protect New Zealand’s digital integrity?
Orca Security raises $550m, extends platform and global footprint
Orca Security has raised $550 million in its extended Series C fundraising round led by Temasek, an investment company headquartered in Singapore. The round boosted its valuation 50% in seven months to $1.8 billion.
CISOs need to step up against cyber threats, report finds
As businesses in Oceania embrace digital transformation, the CISO is being left out of discussions and is failing to play a meaningful part in the change process, EY's report finds.
Future of SecOps in the face of unprecedented workforce transformation - report
CyberRes has found the increased adoption of advanced security technologies is primarily driven by an expanding attack surface caused by COVID-19.
Pushing cyber-awareness beyond Australia’s C-level
Now that CEOs across ANZ properly understand cybersecurity and cyber-risks, it’s time to get the board of directors up to speed.
Aus organisations under fire from persistent and sophisticated cyber attacks
“Once again we've found plenty to keep CISOs awake at night, from operational and infrastructure risks to data protection, threat activity and human-shaped challenges."