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Cado Security Labs unveils inaugural cloud threat report
The report elaborates on the evolving cloud threat landscape, highlighting the heightened risk of cyberattacks due to the adoption of cloud-focused services.
Governments and public services facing 40% more cyberattacks
BlackBerry's latest report reveals a 40% surge in cyberattacks on government agencies and public services, with over 55,000 halted between March and May 2023.
Should Australian CISOs be wary of creeping confidence?
Only 53% of Australian businesses feel at risk of a cyber attack in the next year, according to a Proofpoint survey.
Palo Alto Networks introduces CI/CD Security module into cloud security platform
Palo Alto Networks introduces CI/CD Security module to protect cloud-native apps and unify security capabilities.
CyberArk to deliver endpoint security controls for Lenovo
Lenovo to feature CyberArk endpoint privilege manager as the first identity security offering within its ThinkShield security portfolio.
Darktrace unveils AI-enabled capabilities for incident response
Heal completes Darktrace’s cyber AI loop, delivering resilience throughout the cyber lifecycle from prevention, detection, response, and recovery.
Kyndryl expands Security & Resiliency practice to improve end-to-end security
Kyndryl expands services to help enterprise customers detect and respond to cyber attacks, with new security operations capabilities and services.
OSS supply chain attacks targeting the banking sector
The attacks showcased advanced techniques, including targeting specific components in web assets by attaching malicious functionalities to it.
Outpost24 releases a unified exposure management solution
New threat exposure management capabilities give cybersecurity teams unified insights into their exposure to respond quickly to critical risks.
Ransomware attacks up 221% year-on-year, report finds
June’s high levels of activity has been driven by Clop’s exploitation of the MOVEit file transfer software vulnerability.
Netpoleon partners Pentera to launch automated security validation
Pentera joins the list of solutions Netpoleon offers to help customers keep pace with the security challenges in today’s dynamic IT environments.
One-third employees in Asia susceptible to phishing: KnowBe4
KnowBe4’s annual phishing benchmarking report finds untrained users are the biggest flaw in Asian organisations’ cyber defence layer.
APAC cyber risk declines, but successful attacks to come
Trend Micro's Cyber Risk Index finds cyber preparedness in APAC is improving, but more can be done to train employees and secure infrastructure.
Five critical controls against an industrial cyber attack
These industrial cyber attacks can have far more catastrophic consequences than a data breach, such as system failures, leakages or even explosions.
Cyber attacks continue to target critical infrastructure, demand to secure assets
A quarter of cyber attacks in Australia target critical infrastructure, while in the UK, 70% of decision-makers report a rise in attacks, says Trendspek.
Excite Cyber launches first privately owned SOC in Tasmania
The launch follows an increasing awareness of the need for cybersecurity skills development in Tasmania and will play an active role in training students.
Kaspersky unveils methods behind Operation Triangulation campaign
Kaspersky sheds light on spyware implant used in Operation Triangulation, targeting iOS devices with covert surveillance capabilities.
Why Aussie MSPs Need CRaaS In Their Cybersecurity Arsenal
Managed Service Providers (MSPs) must constantly raise their game and develop better ways to protect their customers against attack.
Memory-based attacks surge, hackers evade cloud security defences
There has been a 1,400% surge in memory-based attacks as hackers evade traditional cloud security defences, a new report has found.
How does your company's board measure cyber resilience?
Cyber resilience is not just about dealing with threats, it’s about the board’s overall ability to make informed decisions.
Week long, 20 wave DDoS attacks thwarted by Radware
A new generation of aggressive, layer 7 (L7), HTTPS Flood attacks, also known as Web DDoS Tsunami attacks, is disrupting the market.
Zscaler unveils generative AI-powered cyber solutions suite
Zcaler’s cloud security data lake enables new AI-powered security controls to detect millions of new attacks while safeguarding sensitive data.
Red Teaming vs. Penetration Testing: What's the difference?
Organisations face increasing security threats. Red Teaming and Penetration Testing offer proactive measures to protect sensitive data.
SASE – Take security to users, not make them come to you
One platform with a single pane of glass provides secure access for users to the services they need or want, when they want them, wherever they are. .