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Cybersecurity
INTERVIEW: SolarWinds MSP security VP lays industry bare
​Cybercrime is a business and the rising number of attacks is not a result of criminals getting smarter -most businesses just have poor cyber hygiene.
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Cybersecurity
Businesses are more aware of cybercrime but still not prepared
Findings from a survey of senior security executives revealed the majority are aware of cybercrime's rise - but they're not ready.
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GCSB
NZ & AU join international condemnation against Russia for NotPetya attack
"In a globally connected world our relative geographic isolation offers no protection from cyber threats."
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Disaster Recovery
Damage control: Are your computer systems ready to recover?
Splunk discusses the importance of a good disaster recovery plan and how it can be administered.
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Cybersecurity
ESET: A breakdown of 2017’s ransomware epidemic - and what to expect next
​Given the digital plague around the world in 2017, it would be unseemly not to give ransomware its own dedicated piece.
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Cloud
Six IT security priorities to put in place for 2018
With 2017 winding down, Jim Cook, Malwarebytes A/NZ regional director talks about the top 10 security concerns for the year ahead.
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Cybersecurity
Lessons learned from the latest ransomware attacks - there's more to come
According to Europol, Europe needs to prepare itself for a large increase in the number of cyber-attacks - an expert discusses what lies ahead.
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Ransomware
Experts weigh in on ‘Bad Rabbit’, the potential next WannaCry​
Ever heard of Bad Rabbit? It’s the newest form of ransomware causing havoc in Eastern Europe that could be coming your way soon.
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WannaCry
Lloyds report asserts global cyber attack could cost up to £40.5 billion
A recently released report from Lloyd’s of London has revealed just how powerful and incredibly destructive a global cyber attack could be.
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Ransomware
Sophos responds to new variant of Petya ransomware
These attacks are upping the ante, as they hit services that affect people’s day-to-day activity; such as healthcare, and postal services.