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SASE: what it is, and why you need to care

The big changes that have swept workplaces in recent years have brought both opportunities and challenges for management and staff. Armed with an increasing array of mobile devices and given access to cloud-based resources, many...


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Five key insights into Zero Trust and why it’s important

When it comes to building effective IT security, traditional approaches have tended to resemble the construction of a walled garden. Core systems and data stores are held centrally and protected by a perimeter of firewalls and...


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5G security is a mess. Could digital certificates help?

5G inherited security vulnerabilities from earlier mobile technology, but digital certificates might solve the issue of unauthenticated messages.


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11 penetration testing tools the pros use

Penetration testing is a simulated cyber attack where professional ethical hackers break into corporate networks to find weaknesses ... before attackers do.


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Buying less, doing more: how the Security Operations Centre model can help Australian enterprises take greater control of their cyber-security activities

‘Security solutions good, more security solutions better’ is the mentality behind high tech protection procurement in many Australian organisations but a new security model looks set to turn this traditional way of thinking on its...


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Why AI and ML are increasingly important for effective IT security

With the evolving capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) attracting increasing interest, attention is being directed at how they can benefit IT security. Both vendors and customers are examining...


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Is your home security system being hacked?

The Internet of Things (IoT) trend shows no signs of slowing down. In Australia, the market stood at $7.9 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach $25 billion by 2024, a dramatic increase that accounts  for the rising demand of...


Microsoft Threat Protection: an Israeli-built AI bundle of Redmond's security services

Microsoft has announced general availability of Microsoft Threat Protection — a bundle of existing cybersecurity services but with a twist of intelligence from the company’s investments in Israeli startups to create its R&D...


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As IoT attacks soar, Stowe rewires its network security

With Australia awash in IoT attacks, electrical contractor takes a new architectural approach to limit its internal exposure


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Recent ransomware attacks define the malware's new age

By 2018, the ransomware boom seemed to have peaked. But over the past 24 months, shifts in hacker tactics have resulted in a resurgence of ransomware attacks.


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Cisco’s high-security Smart Software Manager has a critical flaw

Cisco has disclosed a critical flaw in a product called Cisco Smart Software Manager (SSM) On-Prem, a special version of its SSM software licensing management product aimed at organizations with organizations high security...


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The sinister world of shadow IT

Much like an episode of Stranger Things, IT has a dark side.


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APIs are becoming a major target for credential stuffing attacks

New research shows that attackers use APIs to automate credential stuffing attacks. The financial sector is particularly vulnerable.


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How to set up your network to prevent data loss

Critical data is at risk from both insider and external threats. Here's how to configure your Windows network for data loss prevention (DLP).


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Unsigned firmware exposes millions of Lenovo, Dell and HP PCs to attacks

Security researchers have found multiple PC and laptop components that don’t require cryptographically signed updates are putting millions of Linux and Windows machines to attacks.