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COVID-19 and tech: New collaboration tools mean new security risks

As the coronavirus forces companies to move their communication and file sharing onto collaboration platforms, be prepared for unintended consequences: New security threats will surface, requiring new methods of securing your...

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A security guide for pandemic planning: 7 key steps

Every security operation should be asking whether they are prepared for a pandemic in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Start by focusing on these areas.

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Risk profiling gives PPD real-time view of vulnerabilities

How drug development company PPD built its own risk profiling tool to give all stakeholders a simpler, clear view of risk associated with every IT asset.

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Cash injection drives Menlo Security to Australian launch

‘Isolation’ architecture prevents malicious online content from reaching users’ devices

How Cisco built a security framework that rolls with the changes

Threat intelligence has become a nice-to-have for many vendors seeking to improve their security offerings, but for the executives leading Cisco’s Security Business Group it’s just the framework for a product-development process that...

Cybersecurity may not be “sexy” but smart engagement can still catch executives’ eyes

Businesses wanting to improve their security practice need to reconsider the way they position cybersecurity within their business philosophy, a security analyst has told an audience of security practitioners while warning that the...

What to look for when hiring Security Talent: Hidden talents

Cybersecurity and ICT security talent is a highly sought-after commodity in today’s market, in Australia this seems to be driving up the cost for companies to actually obtain security talent.

Most companies ignoring Essential Eight guidelines when planning security strategy: survey

More than half of Australian companies believe they have very mature cybersecurity protections even though most are ignoring clear best-practice guidelines from the Australian Signals Directorate, according to a new end-user survey...

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Tesla insider with expired NDA spills the tech beans

A former Tesla engineer with an expired non-disclosure agreement (NDA) shared inside technical information on an obscure forum, which was quickly shared across multiple social media platforms.

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Do you know your gap?

Understanding risk exposure and security control inconsistencies is one of the most important aspects of a business’s security program. While this process may seem complicated at first glance, by following these steps, CISOs can more...

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New strategic vision needed to thrive as a digital enterprise

Is digital transformation really a revival of classic laissez-faire economics?

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Digital resilience – a step up from cybersecurity

We are living in an increasingly digital world, but many organizations are still unaware of the extent to which they rely on digital technology and the risks that come with it. As we head towards a digitally dependent future, the need...

Australia suffering 81 notifiable data breaches per month: OAIC

More than a third of reported Australian data breaches are due to human error, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has revealed as it released its first full-quarter statistical report about the functioning of...

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Can cyber insurance cover acts of cyber terrorism?

Cyber insurance policies do not typically cover physical destruction or loss of life, but the UK government-backed reinsurer, Pool Re, announced this year it will cover acts of cyber officially deemed "terrorism" by Her Majesty's...

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Redefining threat prediction

Security is hard. Some say once we can predict threats all will be better. Should we believe? Maybe. But security teams need to demystify the concept of “threat prediction” by addressing three common misunderstandings, and move their...

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Kenna Security takes a data-driven approach to risk analysis

Risk from security threats is relative to each company. Kenna Security leverages company and public data to pinpoint the real risk for each customer.

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How to perform a risk assessment: Rethinking the process

New regulations and a changing threat landscape mean you need a different approach to your security risk assessment process.

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Does cyber insurance make us more (or less) secure?

Underwriting cyber risk remains more art than science, but in the absence of regulation, cyber insurance might still be the best hope for improving cybersecurity practices across the board — at least for now.

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