Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are hot topics in the cybersecurity world, but has the theory been effectively translated into practical application?
The cyber industry in Australia is plagued by a burnout epidemic. Pressure-cooker work environments coupled with unrelenting demands lead to high turnover, lowered job satisfaction, and health issues, both physical and mental.
Cybersecurity risk scores are becoming an increasingly important part of every comprehensive security plan as organisations realise how cyber affects their bottom line.
Boards and executives have a major role to play in an organisation’s cybersecurity posture, and it falls on the CISO to effectively communicate cyber outcomes, risks and opportunities to them. The key lies in framing the discussion in terms of the organisation’s strategic business goals and risk management strategy.
Ageing infrastructure, poor security practices and unwillingness to change have always held back cybersecurity in the energy sector, but the dangers are growing far too large to ignore.
ASIC and Reserve Bank of NZ become the latest targets of the Accellion hack, Emotet gets disrupted by a global police operation, massive data leak exposes information scraped from more than 2 million Australian social media accounts, and hackers use fake collaboration apps to steal data from remote workers.
A lot has happened in 2020, and we’ve all had to adapt as best we can to entirely new ways of both living and working. Let’s take a look back at the defining cybersecurity trends of the year.