During his tenure as Prime Minister, Malcolm set the course for Australia's high rankings in cyber security.
The survey, conducted by Forrester Consulting, found that while 59% of security and IT managers think they are ‘ticking the security compliance box’, their employees report a huge disconnect.
Graduates will possess the skills necessary to harness blockchain to create new levels of transparency allowing businesses and individuals to securely share information that previously would have not been possible.
“Cyber attackers have reminded us of the type of adversary we’re up against, by using COVID-19 as an opportunity to victimise human distress for profit,” said Theo Nasser, CEO of Right-Hand Cybersecurity.
Said Leo Lynch, Director, ANZ at StorageCraft “The business problem is no longer ‘if’ but ‘when’ and ‘how’ will a data outage happen.
Although APAC is ahead of the curve on biometrics adoption, concerns around security and losses from identity fraud still persist.
When you have staff working remotely, it’s critical that you protect your organisation and people from cyber attack.
Almost a quarter of Aussies (22%) have already been the victim of a data breach, according to GoDaddy’s Safe Surfing research
Yubico's Password and Authentication Security Behaviors Report finds people engaging in risky password and authentication practices online. Phishing attacks and government surveillance concerns also rank high.
Global cybercrime is on the increase, and it is predicted that damages will be up to $6 trillion annually by 2021. Criminals today are moving away from “traditional” robberies as they reap higher rewards, and there is less chance of getting caught.