Rosalyn Page

Contributing Writer

Rosalyn Page has been writing about technology long enough to remember when the only thing to worry about was Y2K. Since then, the dot-com boom became the dot-com bubble, technology fundamentally altered our lives, and everything has become about security. With a particular interest in privacy, data, and security, Rosalyn has covered social media, AI, IoT, deepfakes, marketing tech, the cloud, enterprise tech, consumer tech, and digital transformation. Her side gig is an arts and culture blog, ‘Some Notes from a Broad’. And when not wrangling bits and bytes into words, Rosalyn enjoys low-fi hobbies like reading books, walking her Whippet Sketch, and having one too many coffees at her favourite café.

Australia targets ransomware with new national plan

4 steps to protect the C-suite from business email compromise attacks

4 steps to protect the C-suite from business email compromise attacks

Preventing top executives from becoming BEC victims requires a different approach. Putting the risk in business terms is key.

Why Australian property and real estate CISOs need to be on high alert

Why Australian property and real estate CISOs need to be on high alert

Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting settlement agents and lawyers to intercept property settlements. Technical safeguards are only part of the defense—arguably harder is managing the human element.

VPN risks: What the joint cybersecurity alert means for Australian CISOs

VPN risks: What the joint cybersecurity alert means for Australian CISOs

VPNs have emerged as a new vulnerability as remote work surges, as security centres struggle with patching software and identifying weaknesses, warn the Australian, UK, and US security agencies.

Microsoft’s new APAC cybersecurity council: Where it fits in

Microsoft’s new APAC cybersecurity council: Where it fits in

Southeast Asia nations face higher malware and ransomware rates, so Microsoft is hoping to use its broad presence to build a region-wide coalition to improve defences.

Australia is playing catchup on cybersecurity defences

Australia is playing catchup on cybersecurity defences

As ransomware and other cyberattacks rise, both the government and organisations are taking steps to protect themselves, but more is needed.

The security implications of the new Australian data-sharing scheme

The security implications of the new Australian data-sharing scheme

Reform to public data sharing may ease citizen services, but the proposal carries with it strong risks of data breaches and privacy violations.

What CISOs need to know about Australia’s consumer data right

What CISOs need to know about Australia’s consumer data right

Implementing the CDR is not so easy, initial testers have found, given the high standards imposed on securing consumers’ personal data and the still-early experience in applying them.

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